determinants of health
Our Neighborhoods, Our Health
How where we live shapes our well-being.
Mural Reflects Resilience in Face of Addiction
New mural on Finland Building, which houses Boston Public Health Commission addiction recovery services, unveiled on October 17.
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Professor Honored for Work on Cancer Disparities
Julie Palmer, associate director of Slone Epidemiology Center, awarded Distinguished Lecture at 2017 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) cancer disparities conference.
Permissive Concealed-Carry Laws Linked to Higher Homicide Rates
Current trends towards more permissive concealed-carry laws are inconsistent with promotion of public safety.
In the Classroom: Translating Passion into Action
In advocacy primer, Activist Lab teaches students in MPH core courses how to build coalitions and influence policymakers.
Alumna Honored by International Society for Environmental Epidemiology
Veronica Vieira received Tony McMichael Mid-Term Career Award at 29th Annual ISEE Scientific Conference in Sydney, Australia, on September 25.