“The War on Drugs”: The Case of Bangladesh

“The War on Drugs”: The Case of Bangladesh By Nazrul Islam Citation Islam N. War on drugs: the case of Bangladesh. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;25 “The War on Drugs”: The Case of Bangladesh Despite decades of history of failure of the “war on drugs” (Coyne & Hall, 2017), Bangladesh recently joined this controversial journey, […]

Buprenorphine Prior Authorization Removal: Low Hanging Fruit in the Opioid Overdose Crisis

Buprenorphine Prior Authorization Removal: Low Hanging Fruit in the Opioid Overdose Crisis By Tamara Beetham Citation Beetham T. Buprenorphine prior authorization removal: low hanging fruit in the opioid overdose crisis. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;25. Buprenorphine Prior Authorization Removal: Low Hanging Fruit in the Opioid Overdose Crisis The overdose crisis in the United States is […]

Intergenerational Effects of Alcoholism, Children of Sober Alcoholics: Brain and Behavioral Risks, Interventions, and Implications

Intergenerational Effects of Alcoholism, Children of Sober Alcoholics: Brain and Behavioral Risks, Interventions, and Implications By Julia Benville Citation Benville J. Intergenerational Effects of Alcoholism, Children of Sober Alcoholics: Brain and Behavioral Risks, Interventions, and Implications. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;25. Intergenerational Effects of Alcoholism, Children of Sober Alcoholics: Brain and Behavioral Risks, Interventions, and […]

Bibi Chaterpateah explains why maternal mental health continues to be worse in the United States

Thriving Beyond By Bibi Chaterpateah Maternal Mental Health Continues to Be Worse in the United States ​ Mental health is a significant contributor to women’s health and wellbeing, especially during pregnancy. Mental health wellbeing has severe implications for both the mother and the baby. The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed significant challenges contributing to the worsened […]

Bibi Chaterpateah – 1: Blog Title

Thriving Beyond By Bibi Chaterpateah Title of Blog Previous Next Why are we so quick to psychologise what we do not know? Women already have a history of not being believed. In many instances, women’s pain experience is too often ascribed to women’s catastrophising attitudes (Samulowitz, Gremyr, Eriksson, & Hensing, 2018), despite women experiencing enhanced […]

Priya Vedula – 1: Blog Title

Pulse on Public Health By Priya Vedula Title of Blog Previous Next Why are we so quick to psychologise what we do not know? Women already have a history of not being believed. In many instances, women’s pain experience is too often ascribed to women’s catastrophising attitudes (Samulowitz, Gremyr, Eriksson, & Hensing, 2018), despite women […]