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December 20, 2015
MESSAGES FROM THE DEAN
Year-End Holiday Wishes
Diversity and Inclusion at SPH
An Argument for Diversity and Inclusion in Public Health
What do we mean by diversity and inclusion? Why diversity and inclusion?
Nanomedicine Poses Challenges for Public Health
Martin Philbert, dean and professor of toxicology at University of Michigan School of Public Health, spoke at final Public Health Forum of 2015.
Integrated Care for Pregnant Women with HIV Shows Promise
Incorporating HIV care at antenatal clinics in Zambia shows benefits.
Professor Consults on Research to Aid Migrant Children
Emily Rothman recently participated in child migration study for Kids in Need of Defense.
Professor Brings Practical Applications to Intro Course
Retrospective evaluation by Jacey Greece found mimicking real consulting work was effective addition.
IN THE MEDIA
When the Government Tells Poor People How to Live references study by Emily Rothman, associate professor of community health sciences, and Jennifer Paruk, research assistant in community health sciences.
Do Voters Have the Right to Know Presidential Candidates Health Histories? quotes George Annas, professor of health law, ethics & human rights.
The Daily Show Tests If a Good Guy with a Gun Can Stop a Mass Shooting references study by Michael Siegel, professor of community health sciences.
Studying Gun Violence Is the Only Way to Figure Out How to Stop ItBut We Dont opinion by Dean Sandro Galea.
Faculty Senate Meeting
Tuesday, December 22, 12:30 pm 1:50 pm, CT305.
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