• Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD, MPHE, MCHES

    Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD, MPHE, MCHES is professor and chair of community health sciences. He focuses on engaging the social determinants of health to address health inequities among populations made vulnerable by factors such as incarceration status, gender identity, sexual orientation, and HIV status. Profile

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There are 2 comments on What’s Next for Community Health Sciences?

  1. As a Community Health Practitioner, I am so pleased and relieved to be more frequently coming across publications such as this, stressing the importance of the practice and the need to break down silos. For years, I have been waiting for the discussion to gain national attention, especially in esteemed medical journals and promoted by leading health associations. Though, of course, it may have taken far too long for us to reach this point, I am encouraged that we are standing on the horizon of a new approach to Community Health. Thank you, Dr. Rodriguez-Diaz.

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