Resources for Educators
I hope that many of us can take advantage of even introductory global health courses to help our students become better at writing and presenting in ways that will help them immensely in their professional lives.
We must keep talking about climate change as a public health problem and take action accordingly. We need to respond to the climate crisis and understand, prevent and prepare for the wide-ranging impacts on humans.
In this article, Richard Skolnik shares his experience in advising students on future global health careers, in a way that is fun, effective, and productive for both faculty and students.
Vaccines are a “best buy” in global health, and we should all be familiar with global vaccine efforts against childhood illness.
Racial equity involves a number of concerns that must be addressed. For example, in terms of health, because racial equity has not been advanced effectively, there is mistrust of the medical establishment by Black people.
Education is more than just a learning experience. In many ways, it is a social determinant of health. It is clear and established that there are inequities in terms of education, based on socioeconomic status in the United States.
Climate change expert, Mona Sarfaty, shares her insights on why we should treat climate change as a public health emergency.
Richard Riegelman introduces the new Population Health Primer Series and COVID-19 interactive case studies.
Dr. Riegelman discusses his new COVID-19 interactive case studies as a means to educate students across the health professions about this virus.
Health equity in the midst of Covid-19, highlighting seven key issues impacting lower socio-economic, black communities.
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