Multimedia Archives

Anna Sinaiko

Tiered physician networks

April 2014 – Anna Sinaiko, research scientist in the Department of Health Policy and Management, discusses tiered physician networks and their effect on how…

podcast
Kate Baicker ACA Podcast

The ACA and jobs

February 2014 – Katherine Baicker, professor of health economics at Harvard School of Public Health, talks about the potential effects of the Affordable Care…

podcast
Winston Hide

Big data holds big potential

January 2014 – Winston Hide, associate professor at HSPH, discusses the enormous promise big data holds for public health researchers. (Harvard Healthcast, 8:06) Please…

podcast
_MG_5006-L

The uninsured and Medicaid

August 2013 — HSPH Professor Katherine Baicker discusses the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment, a unique study that evaluates the impact of covering the uninsured…

podcast
EricRimm

Breakfast and heart disease risk

July 2013 — A new study led by HSPH researchers Leah Cahill and Eric Rimm finds that skipping breakfast led to a 27% increase…

podcast
Leung2

Not just hunger-free, but healthy

Alumna Cindy Leung chose HSPH for her nutrition studies so that she could help vulnerable people eat healthier food—and have healthier lives. January 24,…

podcast
Murray

Predicting where disease will strike

Student Eleanor Murray wants to know: What if we could warn people about impending disease outbreaks, just like we can now predict the weather?…

podcast
bethanyholmes600x400A

Getting people the care they deserve

When alumna Bethany Holmes worked in a clinic for deaf patients, she was shocked by how few people could afford the care they need.…

podcast
spr11HIVboxHerman-1

AIDS in 1982: Buried in the back pages

August, 1982. Robin Herman, who is currently assistant dean for research communications at HSPH, was then a metro reporter for The New York Times. She was…

podcast