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The editor-in-chief of Nature Africa on how the sector has changed since he was a young researcher.
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The Crescent City makes music to help cope with the trauma of storms.
Highlights from the life’s work of one of public health’s most influential figures.
Investors have long ignored public health, but the pandemic revealed failures that markets can fix.
Research into whether the psychedelic drug psilocybin reduces burnout for doctors and nurses.
Polio reappears in Africa, healthcare worker burnout and more noteworthy public health news.
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Mighty Fine, face of the new Youtube series from the American Public Health Association, on making a complex field understandable.
Flourishing expert Tyler VanderWeele contemplates how individuals and communities can move forward after two years of pandemic grief
Q&A with Megan Srinivas, MPH ’14
Financial aid and student support funds are helping Tanat Chinbunchorn, MPH ’22, lead initiatives for patient communities that often face stigma.