Six residents in the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency Program will present their capstone projects in fulfillment of their MPH-OH degree. After a brief introduction by Dr. Stefanos Kales, Director of the OEM Residency Program, there will be five, 15 minutes presentations followed by 5 minutes Q/A. This morning session will be a two-part program. … Continue reading "Occupational and Environmental Medicine – 2021 Capstone Presentations by first year residents"
The four second year residents in the OEM Residency Program will present their final research projects on June 25, 2021 from 1:30 to 4:00 pm. ZOOM will open at 1:15; the Program will begin at 1:30. Presentations will be 20 minutes each followed by up to 10 minutes Q/A. At 3:45 there will be a … Continue reading "Occupational and Environmental Medicine – 2021 Research Project Presentations by second year residents"
Racial disparities have plagued the American healthcare system for centuries, and the COVID-19 pandemic revealed just how ingrained and lethal they have become. During COVID-19, Black and brown Americans died at twice the rate of white Americans, and it has taken a worldwide pandemic to make us confront an inalienable truth: medical racism is a … Continue reading "Injustice Laid Bare: A Pandemic’s Revelation in American Healthcare"
Live Q&A with Karestan Koenen, Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Tuesday, June 29, 2021 12:00pm-12:30pm ET WATCH HERE: ForumHSPH.org Forum Facebook YouTube Twitter Post your questions for the Q&A on: @ForumHSPH or @pritheworld #ForumHSPH This Q&A will stream on Facebook and on The Forum website. After more than a year of measures such as mask mandates … Continue reading "The Coronavirus Pandemic: The Mental Health Impacts of Reopening Society"
In this introductory course, learn tips and tricks for effectively reviewing resumes and how to organize and execute an equitable interview process - both using a competency-based approach. This module will be largely lecture-based, but will also include interactive exercises to practice the application of newly-learned techniques.
Join Professor Evelynn Hammonds (FAS) and Professor Nancy Krieger (HSPH) in conversation about Covid-19, US health inequalities, and long reach of history. They will focus on racialized groups while bringing in the intertwined sociopolitical and socioeconomic drivers of racialized health inequities in COVID – including how they play out by gender, geography, and more. They … Continue reading "“COVID-19, US health inequities, and the long reach of history”"