SPH Snapshot: January 13-17
Scenes from the week on campus, from a Think. Teach. Do. Alumni Reception in San Francisco to Spring Orientation.
Thai Diabetes Care Has Strengths, Gaps
The majority of Thai adults with diabetes were never diagnosed, but most of those who were diagnosed did receive treatment and got the condition under control.
Practice-Based Teaching: ‘Application Is the Future’
Professors Jacey Greece and James Wolff have launched Collaborate Health, a website that connects students with public health organizations to solve real-world challenges around the globe.
Art and the Health of Populations
Revisiting a reflection on the intersection of art and health.
Stigma and Hep C: ‘No State Is Doing Enough’
During her practicum with the EndHepCMA Coalition, MPH student Danielle McPeak examined how stigma and discrimination impact access to care for people living with hepatitis C.
Celebrity Miscarriage Disclosures Increase Discussion on Twitter
Tweets show widespread misunderstanding of the potential physical, emotional, and psychological impacts on individuals who lose a pregnancy due to a miscarriage, and outrage around reproductive health in the United States.