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Gera Nagelhout
Chief Science Officer at and Professor at studying health, wellbeing, and addiction among people with a lower socioeconomic position
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Mike Mayer Aug 13
At what point can we stop devoting millions towards researching homelessness and instead just end homelessness. Give people housing. The solution to homelessness is housing.
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Mary Rose Sweeney 9h
We are hiring - seeking an associate professor in community health please share widely
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Mary Rose Sweeney 9h
We are hiring an assistant professor in health promotion/public health Please share widely.
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Christian Ramers 5h
San Diego is seeing stark COVID-19 racial & ethnic disparities. Honest discussion in three Commentaries from @SupervisorGregCox and I.
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"Taxation on tobacco, alcohol, and sugar-sweetened beverages are effective but underused policies of disease prevention and health promotion, that could also help fund investments and programs that benefit the entire population and enhance equity"
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Gera Nagelhout Aug 9
HIGHLY recommend this impressive book about how and are made, not born - by Cordelia Fine - Exposing sloppy science and using lots of humor along the way; a great read!
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Gera Nagelhout Aug 3
Replying to @laurenrpacek
The ITC Survey has something like that, not validated I think
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Dr. Michelle Kelly-Irving Aug 2
Your regular reminder that Test, trace, isolate systems are essential to curtail but MUST be accompanied by paid sick leave for workers
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Elizabete Aunina Aug 1
PhD guidelines at Leiden puts this very bluntly: "The dissertation need not be one’s life’s work. Any research project is theoretically infinite, but at some point the dissertation simply needs to be finished."
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Gera Nagelhout Jul 30
New paper: "Reasons for (not) participating in a community‐based health promotion program for low‐income multi‐problem households in the Netherlands: A qualitative study"
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Michelle Cardel,PhD, MS, RD Jul 30
Our new Annals pub (w ) found everyday & lifetime discrimination is significantly associated w metabolic syndrome severity among Black adults (n=3870) & associations remained constant over 8 years. Pub link:
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IVO.nl Jul 30
Mooi interviewartikel in met onder andere IVO-collega aan het woord over de noodzaak om tabaksbeleid aan te passen aan de cultuur van een land en aan de mensen die nog roken, bijv. de mensen met een lager opleidingsniveau
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Gera Nagelhout Jul 30
Goed dat de Elsevier deze week uitgebreid aandacht schenkt aan het feit dat het in Nederland nog voor verbetering vatbaar is mooi verhaal van en van (en mijn eerste 'coverstory' 😉)
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Gera Nagelhout Jul 28
Replying to @stephmanasse
Asked him to change his name (he didn't btw) and kept my own name
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Amanda Rabinowitz Jul 24
I have a joke about research funding, but you won’t get it.
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FNO Jul 20
Hoe bereik je in een kwetsbare situatie? Op 10 sept delen we praktijkervaringen, valkuilen en kansen voor hulp bij met op het online symposium 'De wijk in!' Meld je aan:
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NL_zorg Jul 18
1. Overgewicht is je eigen schuld. Gewoon minder en meer . Het meest gehoorde over en grondslag voor een enorme ‘afval’ industrie. Mensen met moeten namelijk gewoon een schop onder hun kont hebben. 🧵 1/11
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Michelle Cardel,PhD, MS, RD Jul 7
As a nutrition & obesity scientist, reporters will ask me what is the one thing I would change to combat the obesity epidemic. My response is always the same: eliminate social inequity & poverty. Obesity is a complex & multifactorial disease, but often stems from social factors.
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Sir Michael Marmot Jul 16
COVID-19: exposing and amplifying inequalities. In Northern Italy, in 1630, the plague was so devastating in its fatality that it reduced inequalities. Bad as COVID is, the pandemic and containment are increasing inequalities markedly. .
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Thomas Rawson Jul 16
Replying to @thoughtsofaphd
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