Race Disparities Identified in Rehab Use
Older white Americans more likely to receive rehabilitation services than their black American counterparts.
PHX Develops Custom Program for Chinese Public Health Officials and Physicians
First full-scale customized program covers complexities of US health policy for class of 20 Chinese public health and hospital leaders.
black women’s health study
Professor Awarded $2 Million Grant to Study Insomnia in Black Women
Lynn Rosenberg receives grant to adapt online insomnia treatment to reduce insomnia-related health disparities.
In Conversation With
‘Full Circle from Receiving Services to Being Part of the System’
Chrystel Murrieta on the Barkley Holiday Party on December 13, Students of Color for Public Health, and discovering that public health efforts were part of her childhood.
Game Theory and the Greater Good
Why do populations sometimes act against their own interests, opposing measures that could improve the health of all? The world of game theory provides a potential answer.
2017 December graduate reception
Scenes from 2017 December Graduate Reception
December graduates celebrated their achievements at a reception to recognize their hard work and acknowledge the support of family and friends.