No travel, no tourists… no problem? Michael Lahr visits this troubled $1T industry, reveals who has been hardest hit, and shares how some companies might be able to weather the current storm
Exploring a Culture of Health through independent study: The Boston Regional Connector and Neuron Station
Linking improved transit and environmental interactions with preventive health care, Markian Borkowsky’s innovative design provides fair and just opportunities.
Jeanne Herb and Stuart Shapiro discuss the intersection of the climate crisis, COVID, and economic inequality, and why climate change cannot be seen as a separate challenge from other crises.
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Jeanne Herb and Stuart Shapiro discuss the intersection of the climate crisis, COVID, and economic inequality, and why climate change cannot be seen as a separate challenge from other crises.Read More
This week’s EJB Talks features a candid discussion between Stuart Shapiro and public health lecturer Lisa Gulla about the challenges facing local level disease investigators during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
Stuart Shapiro takes a look back at the tumultuous events of 1967 with Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe, co-directors of the Bloustein Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution.Read More
Alum Storm Ervin MPP, a central organizer Mizzou protests after the murder of Michael Brown in 2014, shares her experiences from the and draws lessons for the current protests going on nationwide over the murder of George Floyd.Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified my motivation to push forward even more and be an advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves.Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical role that telemedicine plays in increasing both the geographic and financial accessibility of healthcare.Read More
Illness marks a point in the lives of many; at that point, they become vulnerable and dependent on others, thus making a patient’s faith and healthcare providers vital to their healing process.Read More
I have had the opportunity of meeting amazing professors at the Bloustein School that are very passionate about public health and have educated me on the importance of public health in our communities.Read More
During the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are challenged with keeping abreast of fast policy changes to the healthcare system and we must be able to quickly adapt to said changes.Read More