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September 6, 2015
Climate Change and Population Health
Some thoughts on global environmental climate change as a fundamental driver of population health.
Mobile Phones Can Help Homeless Vets Access Health Care
Mobile technology also proves an effective tool for improving adherence to treatment.
Hospital Competition Thrives in a Nationalized System
Whether public or private, hospitals need to remain competitive, researcher says.
Racial Differences Found in Doctor-Patient Treatment Decision-Making
Doctors don't treat treatment decisions the same way among all patients.
Simulating the Health Benefits of Low-Carbon Energy Policy
Depending on type and location of projects, benefits could be worth millions of dollars a year.
See our new students take on the day through Instagram.
IN THE MEDIA
Prep School Rape Trial Puts Spotlight On High School Assaults quotes Emily Rothman, associate professor of community health sciences.
The Boston Globe
Call (Back) the Midwife! quotes Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences.
Boston Business Journal
Third Times a Charm? How a Beth Israel, Lahey Merger Might Finally Happen quotes Alan Sager, professor of health policy and management.
Father Says Saugus Store Display Promotes Excessive College Drinking quotes Richard Saitz, professor and chair of community health sciences.
Obesity and Death: What Can We Learn from Weight Histories? article by Andrew Stokes, assistant professor of global health.
Student Meeting with the Deans
Tuesday, September 8, 5:00 pm 5:50 pm, L311.
Diversity and Inclusion Listen and Learn Tour (for All)
Thursday, September 10, 12:00 pm 1:00 pm, Talbot, 307C.
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