Boston University School of Public Health's latest news, upcoming events, and announcements.
June 12, 2016
Marginalization, Health, and the Federal Election
On disinvestment in the fundamental determinants of population health in the context of the 2016 federal election.
Clinicians' Role in Contraception Guidance Seen as 'Limited'
Young adult black women view medical providers as "secondary" influence on pregnancy prevention decisions.
Sanitation as a Basic Human Right
[VIDEO] Student research project takes closer look at sanitation access for homeless Bostonians.
Nine Factors Fuel Readmissions from Rehab Hospitals
Factors including unemployment and poor motor function "significantly increase" odds of medically complex patients being readmitted.
In the Classroom: Avoiding 'Barbie Savior'
Students in inaugural Tanzania Field Program prepare for global health work.
SPH Magazine Wins CASE Award
Council for Advancement and Support of Education gives bronze to
SPH This Year
IN THE MEDIA
How a Heroin Crisis Sparked a Police Revolution quotes David Rosenbloom, professor and chair of health law, policy & management.
Can Your Genes Really Predict the Future of Your Health? opinion by Dean Sandro Galea.
A Shooting Over a Cheeseburger Tells Us a Lot About Americas Gun Problem references study co-authored by Michael Siegel, professor of community health sciences, and Craig Ross, research assistant professor of epidemiology.
Independence of Compliance Reviews Is Questioned in Drug Firm Settlements quotes Kevin Outterson, professor of health law, ethics & human rights.
Urban Health Seminar Presented by Dolores Acevedo-Garcia, Brandeis UniversityMeasuring Equity in Childrens Health: Is 'Urban' the Right Scale?
Tuesday, June 14, 1:15 pm 2:00 pm, L206.
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