Tag Archives: students of public health

Students of Public Health: Learning to Prioritize Responsibilities

by Michelle Haberstroh Students of Public Health: Voices & Profiles focuses on research projects and other contributions students are making to advance public health. Student Voices — In the third grade, I began living with my grandparents. Prior to this, I attended school irregularly, and even after I started living with them, I consistently struggled to complete homework and did poorly

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Call for Stories: Public Health Student Narratives

Calling Students of Public Health Are you researching an infectious disease for the betterment of population health? Experimenting with social media as a means of quickly communicating urgent public health alerts? Studying and tackling climate change as part of an internship or practicum?   Do you wish more people understood the important work you’re doing?! So do we.   That’s

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Preventing Intimate Partner Violence: Integrating Routine Screening into Primary Care

by Gina Tan Public Health Commentaries by Students is the result of a classroom writing assignment by Dr. Erika Martin at the University at Albany-SUNY who required students to write a 1,000 to 1,200 word commentary on a health-related topic of interest, explaining some of the complexities of solving the problem and offering recommendations. Four commentaries have been selected for publication on JPHMP Direct. Other

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