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Spotlight

Reducing COVID-19 Disparities in Michigan with MICEAL

Haley Crimmins

The Michigan Community-Engaged Alliance (MICEAL) is working to address the gap of vaccine and health inequities in Lantinx and Black populations in four Michigan counties. Health Behavior and Health Education master's student Haley Crimmins shares details MICEAL's work.

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7 Ways the Pandemic Changed Global Public Health for the Future

Chinyere Neale

The romanticism of global public health work, says Chinyere Neale, will not survive the pandemic nor the new forms of collaboration it has demanded of researchers. Knowing that we can do really good work from anywhere in the world—including our current location—is a good thing for public health.