Harvard Public Health Spring/Summer 2010
In this issue
Changing the cycle of family abuse in India and South Asia
Child brides, child mothers, child victims: What can be done?
Also in this issue
Dean’s message: Research to knowledge to action
How we can improve health by generating sound evidence that can inform policy, practice, and public opinion.
A women and health agenda: It’s time
An investment in women’s and children’s health is an investment in the social and economic development of our societies.
TB, AIDS, and malaria: When infection won’t quit
Rising drug resistance has turned what public health officials call today’s Big Three infections — HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria — even more fearsome.
From patient to public health leader
As director of the Indian Health Service, HSPH alumna Yvette Roubideaux is on a quest to improve health care for American Indian and Alaska Native people.
Talking health care reform: A conversation with Meredith Rosenthal
What are the implications of the new health care reform law?
Women, welfare & human rights
HSPH student examines government policies and social forces that affect sexual and reproductive health of women.