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SPH This Week
October 11, 2015
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Dean’s Seminar Series
on Contemporary Issues in Public Health
The Health of Refugees: Europe in Crisis
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Pasteur’s Quadrant and Population Health
Does public health scholarship occupy Pasteur’s quadrant?
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Prices Paid to Ambulatory Surgery Centers Have Remained Flat
More research needed on costs and pricing of ambulatory centers versus outpatient hospital treatment.
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Urban Health Regulations Needed on Backyard Chicken Coops
[VIDEO] Growth in home poultry raising calls for range of health measures to prevent infection.
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New Clues Found in Nicaraguan Kidney Disease Epidemic
Heat stress, dehydration play role in kidney injury among sugar cane workers.
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Researchers Receive $2.5M in Funding to Improve HIV Care
Health and Disability Working Group awarded five-year agreement to evaluate and disseminate HIV care initiatives.
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Professor Receives AAAS Fellowship
Wendy Heiger-Bernays will spend year at Environmental Protection Agency on Science & Technology Policy Fellowship.
The Conversation
What Public Health Researchers Want You to Know About Gun Control — quotes Dean Sandro Galea and Ziming Xuan, assistant professor of community health sciences.
Modern Healthcare
Flu Redux? Unpredictable Virus Means No Ruling Out Repeat of Last Year’s Season — quotes Christopher Gill, associate professor of global health.
PR Newswire
Ropes & Gray Expands Health Care Practice in New York with Senior Public Health Attorney Joanna Bergmann — profiles alumna Joanna Bergmann.
Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Winter Is Coming, and So Are Heating Bills — quotes Jonathan Levy, professor of environmental health.
2015 UAEM Fall Conference
Friday – Sunday, October 16 – 18, all day, 871 Commonwealth Avenue.
Gijs van Seventer Environmental Health Seminar
Friday, October 16, 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm, L210.
View the full SPH calendar.