As the effects of global warming become increasingly severe and irreversible, it is more important than ever for aspiring public health professionals and the general public to have access to reliable resources on climate change. We’ve curated a list of 53 of them for you.
In a recent Health Policy Expert lecture series, Jeffrey Levi, PhD, Professor of Health Management and Policy at the Milken Institute School of Public Health, enumerated some of the gravest issues public health professionals — and the communities they serve — might encounter as the future of healthcare in the U.S. becomes increasingly cloudy.
What roles can aspiring or practicing public health professionals play in climate mitigation and climate adaptation? To help address this question, MPH@GW recently co-hosted a panel with the American Public Health Association (APHA) in honor of National Public Health Week (NPHW).
The news surrounding the new president’s administration and the various health care reform proposals is creating uncertainty for the health care industry. While there’s no predicting what will happen next, especially after the House failed to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA), there are some scenarios that are fairly certain.
In the 2016 presidential and congressional elections, Democrats and Republicans alike campaigned on the Affordable Care Act — either to protect it or repeal and replace it with a more effective solution. Indeed, the law has prompted heated debate among elected leaders who disagree about the best ways to improve Americans’ health care access, delivery and affordability. So what’s next for the ACA?