The nurse practitioner will see you now. It’s not the phrase most people are accustomed to hearing, but it’s increasingly the case, with patients more likely than ever to see providers with advanced degrees, such as physician assistants and nurse practitioners,...
Assistant Professor Yen-Tyng Chen talks about how the SARS outbreak personally impacted her interest in public health, and shares how her experiences during her Ph.D. studies inspired her personal and intellectual interests in how race and built environments have huge impacts on health disparities.
Distinguished Professor Mark Robson, a SEBS professor who also teaches for the Bloustein School, has published the second edition of his edited volume Risk Assessment for Environmental Health, along with William A. Toscano, Qingyu Meng, and Debra A. Kaden....
Access to cycling is important in New Jersey, especially for teens and the state’s disadvantaged populations. In essence, New Jersey’s lower-income individuals benefit from enhanced and efficient bike lanes.
Health in All Policies is a strategy that strengthens the link between health and other policies,enabling people to lead healthier lives.
Data security breaches arise not just from physical causes, but also digital ones, and human error are part of the issue.
In combatting COVID-19 hospitals had to change their way of operating, which afforded graduate health administration students real-world experience to appreciate the impact of their chosen field.
Predatory institutional landlords, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic effects on the economy, may exacerbate a housing crisis.
A discussion of the connection between hair discrimination and racial discrimination with Associate Teaching Professor Patti O’Brien-Richardson
Although marriage decline is universal, African Americans show the steepest decline, which has important health implications.