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A look at anti-racism and community-based participatory research principles

New essay published in the American Journal of Public Health

University of Michigan School of Public Health researchers published an essay in the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) examining the synergies, challenges, and opportunities between the principles of anti-racism and community-based participatory research (CBPR).

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Future Public Health Leaders Program Receives 5 Additional Years of Funding

The University of Michigan School of Public Health’s Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP) has received a five-year, $3M award from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The award provides funding through 2027, and will expand the program’s ability to provide skillbuilding and mentorship to the next generation of the public health workforce.

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The Mathematics Behind Successful Leadership

Editorial by Maulik S. Joshi

As we all develop as leaders, it is worth noting that several of our leadership skills tie back to a subject many of us did not like as kids – mathematics! An article about math and leadership may lead many of you to move on to something more exciting, but for those who are ready to entertain the idea, you might find this interesting; even though it is the opinion of someone who didn’t do much with their college math degree.

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Advancing Care: Nurse Practitioners, At-Risk Communities, and the Ever-Expanding Education that Puts Nurses at the Heart of Serving Communities in Need

Nurses have been playing a unique and vital role in our battles against disease for centuries. Since the 1960s in the US, nurses have been at the forefront not only of health care services but also of health care administration and management. Nurses continue evolving their skills and the profession itself to meet needs beyond even their own imaginations and comfort levels.

AMN Healthcare team members show their thanks to the incredible health care workers caring for communities in Texas and around the country.

Courage and Commitment: Staffing for Crisis Care

Q&A with Kelly Rakowski, MHSA ’93

What's it like to manage health care systems and personnel during a global pandemic? For an inside view, we connected with alum Kelly Rakowski, a national staffing solutions leader. She and her team are working across the country with organizations and with “hand raisers”—retired or out-of-work health care workers stepping forward to help fight the outbreak.