At Public Health Forum, Cheryl Healton, dean of the NYU College of Global Public Health, discussed ways in which 1998 Master Settlement Agreement could serve as model to fight other public health epidemics such as obesity and gun violence.
Join SPH student Hank Weinstock and Executive Director of the Multicultural AIDS Coalition Gary Daffin for a screening and discussion of Why Us? Left Behind and Dying. This documentary and research project offers an in-depth examination of why HIV rates are disproportionately higher in black communities.
Poor-quality housing causes chronic stress. Energy insecurityan inability to adequately meet household energy needscan result in unpaid energy bills or residents living in a home that is too hot or cold.
Systematic Reviews for Public Health and Biomedical Research with SPH Professors Ludovic Trinquart and Michael P. LaValley. Running June 1820. Participants are encouraged to register for companion two-day course on meta-analysis.