Michigan Public Health is built on diverse perspectives and community voices. We engage
with countless fields and diverse populations, and together we help drive forward
the dialogues that guide the future of public health.
Every day, millions of Americans grieve the death of a loved one. Some individuals will find their grief so emotionally intense that it persists an unusually long time and interferes with daily life. The American Psychiatric Association now calls this Prolonged Grief Disorder (PGD).
Bachelor's student Sahana Raja spent her summer at a global public health internship in Tamil Nadu, India, the region where her parents were born. She describes learning about healthcare and poverty, maternal health, and a calling to serve.
Rebeccah Sokol, Marc Zimmerman, Patrick Carter
Health Management and Policy faculty member April Zeoli co-authors this article published in The Conversation, discussing a recent ruling where a judge in the Western District of Texas struck down the federal law that prohibits access to guns for people subject to domestic violence protection orders.
Swati Sriram is graduating with a Master of Public Health in Environmental Health Sciences from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. She is a recipient of the National Science Foundation International Global Scholarship. This is her speech, addressing the audience at the annual Michigan Public Health Scholarship and Awards Dinner.