Jones & Bartlett Learning Public Health Blog

    COVID-19 and the Future of Senior Care Leadership

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Oct 5, 2020 10:00:25 AM

    Steven Chies, MHA, HSE, LNHA, FACHCA - Long-term Care Program Director, St. Joseph's College, Standish, Maine.  Author of Pratt's Long-Term Care:  Managing Across the Continuum.

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    Topics: elder care, COVID-19, long-term care, Steven Chies

    Climate Change:  A Public Health Emergency

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Oct 1, 2020 1:56:57 PM

     Mona Sarfaty, MD MPH, FAACP, Executive Director, Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.  She is also author of Climate Change and Population Health:  A Primer.

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    Topics: Climate Change, Population Health, Mona Sarfaty, climate change and health

    The Population Health Primer Series and COVID-19:  The Ultimate Population Health Challenge

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Sep 25, 2020 10:26:34 AM

    By Richard Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD, Professor and Founding Dean, The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, author of Public Health 101, Third Edition, Population Health: A Primer, and COVID-19 Global Lesson Learned

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    Topics: Dr. Richard Riegelman, Richard Riegelman, COVID-19, Population Health

    COVID-19 Global Lessons Learned Interactive Case Studies

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Aug 6, 2020 4:12:21 PM

    By Richard Riegelman MD, MPH, PhD,Professor and Founding Dean, Milken Institute School of Public Health, The George Washington University, Washington D.C.

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    Topics: Dr. Richard Riegelman, Richard Riegelman, Case studies, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Population Health

    Health Equity in the Midst of Covid-19:  Seven Key Issues Impacting Lower Socioeconomic, Black Communities and Potential Solutions

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Apr 1, 2020 9:15:02 AM

    By Dr. Patti R. Rose, Ed.D, author of Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Context, Controversies, and Solutions

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    Topics: Patti R. Rose, elder care, health disparities, mass incarceration, nutrition, Patti Rose, elderly, health equity, COVID-19, digital divide, homelessness, unemployment, nursing homes

    Coronavirus - History, Presentation & Prevention

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Mar 10, 2020 10:57:42 AM

    Written by David P Adams, PhD, MPH, MSc - Author of Foundations of Infectious Disease:  A Public Health Perspective, and Instructor in Social and Biological Sciences, Point University-Savannah, Savannah, Georgia

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    Topics: Emerging Infectious Diseases, Infectious Disease, Coronavirus, COVID-19, David P. Adams

    Global Health 101, Fourth Edition: The Determinants of Health

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Mar 5, 2020 12:09:23 PM

    By Richard Skolnik, MPA, Author of Global Health 101, Fourth Edition

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    Topics: Richard Skolnik, Global Health 101, Global health, Richard Skolnik Blog, determinants of health

    The Elderly and Mass Incarceration:  A U.S. Atrocity

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Feb 28, 2020 1:53:30 PM

    By Dr. Patti R. Rose, Ed.D, author of Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Context, Controversies, and Solutions

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    Topics: Patti R. Rose, health disparities, mass incarceration, Patti Rose, elderly, health equity

    Global Health 101, Fourth Edition: Ethical Approaches to Global Health Field Experiences

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Jan 17, 2020 12:39:01 PM

    By Richard Skolnik, MPA, Author of Global Health 101, Fourth Edition

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    Topics: Richard Skolnik, Global Health 101, Global health, Richard Skolnik Blog

    Global Health 101, Fourth Edition: Strengthening the Foundation - Working from the Goals of a Health System "Backwards"

    Posted by Susanne Walker on Oct 4, 2019 11:00:00 AM

    By Richard Skolnik, MPA, Author of Global Health 101, Fourth Edition

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    Topics: Richard Skolnik, Global Health 101, Global health, Richard Skolnik Blog