Javaid discusses Public Health and Tiktok

the i-value By Javaid Iqbal Public Health and TikTok Facebook is for sharing important milestones in your life, like getting married or having a baby, and Twitter is for political ranting. Instagram and Snapchat are for popularity contests. While TikTok has a certain simplicity, a place that lets you be goofy and others join you […]

Cordella Lyon explores how routine HIV screening can end the HIV epidemic

Caring Connections of Southeast Texas By Cordella Lyon, RN Routine HIV testing should be included as a regular aspect of care in all healthcare settings. With routine HIV testing when can test 90% of our population. Link 90% of PLWH to care. Assist 90% of those who are in care to achieve viral suppression, and […]

Jackie Leung – 1: Blog Title

Wait, What? PLAs: Parenting, Leadership, and Public Health Advocacy in the Time of Crisis By Jackie Leung 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 […]

Sonia Hegde – 1: Blog Title

The Charm City Experience By Javaid Iqbal 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 […]

Stuti Chakraborty – 1: Blog Title

Stroke Reimagined By Stuti Chakrabort 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 […]

Cordella Lyon – 1: Blog Title

Caring Connections of Southeast Texas By Cordella Lyon 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 […]

Ankit Raj – 1: Blog Title

Lessons from Bihar. By Ankit Raj 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 […]

Dr. Butool Hisam – 1: Blog Title

Zaitoon By Dr. Butool Hisam 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 […]

Ryan Sutherland – 1: Blog Title

Et alia By Ryan Sutherland 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 […]

Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless

Holleran L, Poon G. Dying in the shadows: suicide among the homeless. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. According to the 2017 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress, conducted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), nearly 554,000 individuals, or 17 per 10,000 people, are homeless within the U.S. on any particular […]