• Harold Cox

    Harold Cox is an associate professor of community health sciences and former assistant dean for practice at the School of Public Health. Trained as a social worker, Cox has extensive experience in direct services, administration, and advocacy in a variety of public health care settings, including developmental disabilities, HIV/AIDS, and governmental public health. Profile

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There are 2 comments on Lessons from the Kitchen

  1. Does anybody know what to do about Mass and Cass? Professor Cox’s heart felt essay may give us a place to start: talk less and listen more. Thank you for such a sweet read on this bleary day.

  2. Dr. Cox, very well done. No shaming or blaming of those on the street and those whose policies and practices keep them there. You showed us what the adage, “listen and learn” means. Thank you.
    Lloyd Sederer, MD
    Adjunct Professor, Columbia/Mailman School of Public Health

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