Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Craig Pinkney Jul 19
This one really hurts! Having to bury another young man (this time 17 yrs old) to knife crime is never easy. Even harder when he was a participant in workshop I delivered not that long ago. Watching the trauma in the eyes of friends & family, it’s not a nice sight.
Reply Retweet Like
Stephanie Wheeler Jul 20
This nerd is completely chuffed: the Broad Street pump has finally been reinstalled in its original Soho location in honour of the father of , John Snow. Handle removed, of course.
Reply Retweet Like
Public Health Association Australia Jul 18
No, pill testing does not increase drug related deaths. It actually makes users more likely to dispose of their drugs or take smaller quantities, and is therefore an important harm minimisation method
Reply Retweet Like
Jim McManus OCDS Jul 18
Folks, Welcome Best Evidence to the web...a searchable free site for evidence on health and interventions. It lets you search for and sort evidence by type (eg systematic reviews only)
Reply Retweet Like
Andy Fox Jul 20
KA10 panel done. Interesting, thought-provoking and probing questions asked; and an unexpected and welcome emphasis on using our emotions to enhance our practice. And now the ST5 year beckons....!
Reply Retweet Like
Andy Boenau Jul 16
Researchers note that there is surprisingly little evidence that high-visibility clothing for cyclists and motorcyclists offers any safety benefits in daytime.
Reply Retweet Like
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Jul 20
. has the handle on the news. ' Jon Snow can handle a white walker. But one John Snow took a handle off & impacted ever since. A replica of the infamous pump has returned to Soho. More 👇& 👉
Reply Retweet Like
Kim Bertrand Jul 20
Have we replaced the phrase "public health" with "population health"? Please advise.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul T. Harrell, Ph.D. Jul 14
In a departure from decades of research, study finds in national and state datasets that young adulthood (18-24), not adolescence, is the most likely time to initiate use in 2013-2016. How should react?
Reply Retweet Like
amelia kunhardt Jul 19
“Alcohol-related deaths have increased sharply. The problem is that we do not yet have a highly effective treatment for .”
Reply Retweet Like
ASM Jul 15
This is not your ordinary laboratory course! ASM’s new lab manual “Challenges of the Unseen World: A Laboratory Course in Microbiology,” provides a real-world learning experience on how to use microbiology to combat challenges related to .
Reply Retweet Like
The King's Fund Jul 20
Some Friday afternoon reading: what is population health, what are the factors that influence it, and how can it be improved?
Reply Retweet Like
Jennifer Manganello Jul 18
My son has swallowing issues and choked on a piece of ice recently from a cup with no straw when eating out...a good example of how policies need to be flexible.
Reply Retweet Like
TheGemmaDiaries,Ph.D. 52m
Here's an idea, to help combat doctor/resident overwork, have them work twelve hour shifts max with rotating teams of mobile meds who do twelve hours in rural/low access areas
Reply Retweet Like
Alan J. Card Jul 20
Passed through the Atlanta airport a couple of trips ago. They really roll out their A-game!
Reply Retweet Like
c0nc0rdance 23h
A little less retro: 1997 lithograph by Art Chantry, for Seattle-King County department. "If You Can Say 'Condom' in English... You know how to say 'Condom' in French, Italian AND Spanish!!"
Reply Retweet Like
Erin Prosk Jul 19
SQDC sending a message by announcing their first Montreal location in the most uncool neighbourhood of the city
Reply Retweet Like
Public Health Cat Jul 20
Reply Retweet Like
Public Health United Jul 16
empowering youths with curiosity, critical thinking, and engagement in our collaboration on with and other great non-profits. Read more and get involved:
Reply Retweet Like
World Bank Tanzania Jul 17
Join a team of professionals who help change the world. Apply to The World Bank Young Professionals Program.
Reply Retweet Like