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We Must Redouble Our Efforts

July 16, 2021

HIV infection rates are declining at a slow pace and the COVID-19 pandemic isn't helping. Drs. Holly Hagan and Don Des Jarlais explain why we must double our efforts to stop HIV outbreaks.
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Domino Effect Leads to a Degree

June 22, 2021

An alumni highlight of Nick Mirin, MPH '21 describing his public health journey and how one fortuitous conversation transformed his GPH experience.
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NYU GPH Announces Li Ka Shing Foundation Initiative for Global Mental Health and Wellness

June 17, 2021

To overcome the stigma commonly associated with mental illness and disseminate evidence-based mental health interventions worldwide, the NYU School of Global Public Health (GPH) will soon launch the

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Laws as Social Determinants of Health

May 28, 2021

Jennifer Pomeranz explains how if human rights laws don't change soon, they most certainly will become another social determinant of health.
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Civilians in the Crossfire

May 27, 2021

Ella Watson-Stryker describes what it’s like to work in places where conflict is a part of everyday life.
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Dr. Alexis Merdjanoff Named Fellow for National Academies’ Gulf Research Program

May 27, 2021

Dr. Alexis Merdjanoff was selected for the program’s new Human Health & Community Resilience track to advance health equity and examine the social determinants of health in the Gulf States and Alask...
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Family History and Stigma of Mental Health Conditions

May 14, 2021

 

Mental health conditions/difficulties are highly stigmatized, yet are relatively commonplace. Many of us know or have had contact with at least one person with a mental health condition

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Data Equity for AAPI Ethnic Populations

May 14, 2021

GPH faculty explain that despite the exponential growth in the Asian American and Pacific Islander populations, there are still significant understudied health and healthcare disparities that continue...
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Misuse of Science Leads to Tragedies at the Border

May 7, 2021

Drs. Farzana Kapadia and Diana Silver discuss how the misuse of dental radiographs could lead to unethical deportation.
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A Reflection on Homelessness

May 7, 2021

Seeing connections between sidewalk tents in DC and the Academy Award-winning film Nomadland Julia Cartwright considers the ramifications of homelessness on the health and well-being of homeless peopl...
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