Community Health Assessment of Muslim Women at an East Harlem Islamic Center

Begum F, Dodson B, Srinivasan A. The “who” and the “how” when working with tribal communities. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 30.  Introduction COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted Black, Brown and Indigenous communities, but vaccine roll-outs have been slowed in these communities due to the long-standing problem of inadequate public health infrastructures, health care deserts, and […]

Community Health Assessment of Muslim Women at an East Harlem Islamic Center

Begum F, Dodson B, Srinivasan A. The “who” and the “how” when working with tribal communities. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 30.  Abstract Purpose: Create health profile of Muslim women in East Harlem. Methods: Surveys at the Islamic Cultural Center in East Harlem, NY, during Ramadan in 2016 and 2017. Questions pertained to demographics, health […]

The “Who” and the “How” When Working with Tribal Communities

Sky Lee M, Day A, Camplain C, Papini N, Smith M, Compton-Gore K, and Gardner J. The “who” and the “how” when working with tribal communities. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 30.  Our Context: The Response to COVID- 19 in the Southwest As doctoral students studying in the field of public health and working with tribal […]

Disability, Depression, and Dogs During Covid-19: Is There a Relationship?

Molina L. Disability, depression, and dogs during Covid-19: is there a relationship? Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27.  Introduction Human-dog interaction has long been recognized for its therapeutic value. Studies have consistently demonstrated that physical interaction with dogs is associated with a decrease in mental health challenges such as stress, anxiety, and fear (Barcelos et al., […]