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Darrell Hudson Oct 22
Honored to be included in this outstanding piece For George Floyd and Black men in recovery, ‘everything just piles up’
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uché blackstock, md Oct 21
Please amplify this invaluable resource for Black communities widely.
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@ia4phs Oct 21
Have an opportunity for population health scientists? Reach your audience by posting new jobs, training, webinars, calls for submissions, and other time-sensitive announcements here
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@ia4phs Oct 21
Pop health webinars! Check out the curated list on the IAPHS Announcements page for a rich trove of talks and workshops relevant to your work.
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@ia4phs Oct 21
Attention! The University of Minnesota offers postdoctoral positions in a vibrant new pop health training program. Application review starts 11-15. Details here and on the IAPHS Announcements page.
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@ia4phs Oct 21
Have you visited the IAPHS Announcements page recently? 28 new posts in the past two weeks! Check out current population health jobs, webinars, and funding now!!!
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Milbank Memorial Fund & The Milbank Quarterly Oct 20
Population health research must give as much attention to the legal, political, and commercial determinants of health as it has to social determinants, says in a new article on the decline in US life expectancy CC
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@ia4phs Oct 20
New article by in traces the US life expectancy troubles to state policies, politics, corporations, and wealthy donors. Putting profits over people kills.
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@ia4phs Oct 20
The US penalty is wide & growing. Several causes of death have driven the widening rural disparity. Read more in this brief by
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@ia4phs Oct 20
“Population health problems are mainly caused by the actions of wealthy individuals, corporations, and the policy and legal structures they cultivate—not by the poor, the less educated, or other marginalized groups”
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uché blackstock, md Oct 19
Systemic racism is baked into our healthcare system. The average Black respondent waited 4.4 days to receive results. The average Hispanic respondent waited 4.1 days. In comparison, white & Asian respondents respectively waited 3.5 and 3.6 days.
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@ia4phs Oct 19
How much can IAPHS help you while you're a student? A whole lot, according to .
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@ia4phs Oct 19
The funded Interdisciplinary Network on Rural Population Health and Aging invites proposals for pilot research related to U.S. population and trends & . More info be found here: .
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@ia4phs Oct 16
Check out IAPHS Members recent, thought provoking piece on the epidemiologic paradox
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@ia4phs Oct 16
"...African Americans ages 65 to 74 died of COVID-19 five times as often as whites."
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Health Affairs Oct 15
BREAKING: COVID-19 Emergency Sick Leave Significantly Reduced US Cases. Released ahead-of-print, , Katherine Wen, & of & explain why the was an effective policy tool:
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@ia4phs Oct 16
Emerging scientists: attend our 10/28 webinar to find out how to apply for K01 and K99/R00 awards and how to use them to advance your career.
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Dear Pandemic Oct 13
Replying to @DearPandemic
25/ But the reality is that the countries that have returned almost to “normal” are the ones that managed to suppress the virus to low levels through aggressive testing, track and trace and a combination of other preventive measures ().
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Dear Pandemic Oct 13
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24/ We should all be discussing the trade-offs inherent in specific policies going forward and do our best to prioritize essentials such as schools & health care while supporting those individuals and industries taking the biggest economic hits.
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Dear Pandemic Oct 13
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23/ Finally, this is a complicated issue worthy of open & honest discussion, but this “debate” is mischaracterized by a minority seeking headlines. Few in public health are advocating a return to lockdown & all are concerned with the indirect effects of lost jobs & education.
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