‘Unique Vantage Point’ on HIV Care in South Africa
Researchers publish policy brief of preliminary findings from new South African HIV data system.
In Conversation With
‘It Gave a New Definition to Fieldwork’
Alumna Brandi Harless on returning to her hometown, winning mayoral election, and applying global health strategies to Kentucky neighborhoods.
SPH Launches New and Improved Master of Science Programs
[VIDEO} Degrees in epidemiology, environmental health data analytics, health systems and services research, applied biostatistics, and public health nutrition begin in Fall 2017.
School Shootings Less Likely in States with Background Checks on Gun Purchases
Higher spending on mental health and public education also factors in lower rates.
Income and Health, Part 1
Income is perhaps the most foundational driver of population health. A note on income and health.
Substance Use Treatment During Pregnancy Improves Birth Outcomes
Massachusetts women with unmet substance-use treatment needs represent “too many missed opportunities.”