Professors Mark 70 Years since Nuremberg Doctors Trial
George Annas and Michael Grodin co-edit special section of American Journal of Public Health on 70th anniversary of trial bringing Nazi doctors to justice and resulting Nuremberg Code.
Puerto Rico Shows Harm of Medicaid Caps
As Congress discusses Medicaid caps and block grants, Puerto Rico’s strained healthcare system provides warning of what would happen stateside.
Commercial Sex: It’s Time for Public Health to Admit “It’s Complicated”
Despite widespread agreement that decriminalization can contribute to the reduction of HIV and STI transmission, human trafficking and other forms of exploitation, the issue remains complex.
Learning from Recent Disasters: Three Lessons for Public Health
How a sequence of tragedies challenges us to invest in health as a public good.
In Conversation With
‘We Need to Train People Differently’
Kathleen MacVarish on being named Sanitarian of the Year, working to close the environmental health skill gap, and how looking for rats in Brooklyn led her to the Activist Lab.
SPH at APHA 2017
Faculty, staff, students, and alumni presented on themes ranging from public health education and ethics to opioid addiction and gun violence.