Racism,Diversity Equity and Inclusion

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Expanding Access to Understanding Health Management and Policy through Online Learning

Michael Rubyan

The expansion of higher education into the online environment has the potential to increase access for students and open doors for innovations in teaching. A seasoned expert in developing online courses in public health, Michael Rubyan shares some of the techniques and tools he has leveraged to make learning public health in the virtual classroom a unique and engaging experience.

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Preventing Lead Exposure in Detroit's Children

Haley Henry

Parental action can help mitigate the risks of lead exposure. But drastic policy changes are needed in Detroit to stop children from facing negative health and nutritional outcomes associated with lead exposure.

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Career Prospects for Public Health Graduates Remain Strong

Krystle Forbes

Demand for public health professionals remains high, as does hiring for students graduating with public degrees. During the pandemic, some areas of public health have seen disruption in the services they provide. But this has also clarified our deep, ongoing need for those services.

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It's Time to Rethink Capacity Building in Global Health Work

K. Rivet Amico

Capacity building is a ubiquitous phrase in grant applications, communications, and guidelines for many global health initiatives. Too often the phrase connotes an assumption that “established” US partners build knowledge or practice in “less-resourced” communities. What language can we use to more honestly recognize the value and contributions of all collaborators?