Tag Archives: vaccinations

Students Who Rocked Public Health 2019: Pooja Sangha

by Pooja Sangha Last month, Pooja Sangha, a student at Arizona State University, was listed as one of 13 Students Who Rocked Public Health in 2019 for her work in evaluating Arizona school-level vaccination data from 2015 to 2018. Here, she describes her efforts in more detail. Follow along each month as we profile all 13 Students Who Rocked Public Health

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Measles in New York:  The Outbreak, the Response, and the Potential Unintended Consequences

by Jana Shaw, MD, MPH, and Cynthia Morrow, MD, MPH This month’s “Boots on the Ground” column is a bit different from the first two columns. First, because its primary author, Dr. Jana Shaw, is a pediatric infectious disease physician; second, because it addresses a current public health crisis, the measles outbreaks in New York; and finally, because of the

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I-Generation and the Use of Social Media to Help Dispel Misconceptions about Vaccines

by Harshal Shet 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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