Category Archives: Author

Teaching About Violence in Healthcare Settings

Almost daily, it seems the media is filled with reports of violence, so much so that we almost become numb to them. An active shooter in a popular mall. A disgruntled employee returns to his former place of employment armed … Continue reading

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Keeping Up in Global Health – What’s New, Important, and Valuable for Teaching

Richard Skolnik – Author of Global Health 101 As the school semester begins, many of us who teach Global Health are busy updating our syllabi. This would be important in any field. However, it is especially important in Global Health, … Continue reading

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Update on Undergraduate Public Health Initiatives

Written by Richard K. Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD – Editor and Author of the Essential Public Health Series Undergraduate public health education is booming. According to the College Board there are now approximately 500 public health and related undergraduate programs. … Continue reading

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Copyright and Piracy

Once upon a time, before the Internet, the only pirates authors worried about were the handsome, dashing ones in movies and novels. Fast forward a few decades and not only do we have pirates of the Caribbean and Somalia, but … Continue reading

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Teaching a Four Session Global Health Course – to Seasoned Professionals

Richard Skolnik – Author of Global Health 101 Since 2001, I have taught two to four introductory Global Health courses each year to undergraduates. In the last two years, I have taught an introductory Global Health course to graduate students, … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Public Health Initiatives

Written by Richard K. Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD – Editor and Author of the Essential Public Health Series Undergraduate public health education is booming. According to the College Board there are now approximately 500 public health and related undergraduate programs. … Continue reading

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21st Century Global Mental Health: Intersecting with Scientific Debates and Global Mental Health Policy

Written by Eliot Sorel, MD – Author of 21st Century Global Mental Health DSM 5, the latest diagnostic and statistics manual of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) was launched in San Francisco on Saturday, May 18th, 2013 during the APA’s … Continue reading

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Two Jones & Bartlett Learning Titles Selected by AUPHA for Bugbee Falk Book Award

Two Jones & Bartlett Learning titles were selected by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) for this year’s Bugbee Falk Book award. Basics in Health Care Performance Improvement by Donald Lighter and Integrating Quality and Strategy in … Continue reading

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Teaching Tuberculosis

Richard Skolnik – Author of Global Health 101 Despite substantial progress in reducing the burden of TB disease, TB remains the leading cause of curable communicable diseases in the world. It is estimated that about 8.7 million people fell ill … Continue reading

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