Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health - India Research Center, Factly Media & Research & Project SANCHAR are co-hosting a webinar in Telugu and English with policy & health … Continue reading "Reporting on COVID-19 Vaccines: What Journalists Need to Know"
Data sharing is becoming an increasingly prevalent and expected part of the research process. Researchers may be hesitant to share datasets about human subjects, and rightfully so. While some data can be shared respecting Institutional Review Board (IRB) and federal restrictions, other data is ultimately not publicly shareable. This webinar will address conflicts that can … Continue reading "Practical Considerations for Managing Sensitive Data"
Department of Epidemiology Seminar Series Speaker: Whitney R. Robinson, PhD Associate Professor, Epidemiology UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health Fellow, Carolina Population Center Member, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center This … Continue reading "Not Seeing the Forest for the Trees: The Dangers of “Holding All Else Equal”"
In March 2021, a record number of children arrived at the U.S./Mexico border, challenging capacity at US Customs and Border Protection facilities and placing newfound pressure on the Biden Administration … Continue reading "A Perpetual Crisis: Reflections on Renewed Public Health Failures at the U.S./Mexico Border"
The Department of Epidemiology presents: 3:00PM Covid-19: A Tutorial on Racism David R. Williams, PhD Florence Sprague Norman and Laura Smart Norman Professor of Public Health, Chair, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health 3:20PM Reducing Racial Disparities in the Criminal Justice System Will Dobbie, PhD Professor of Public … Continue reading "The 5th Cutter Symposium: Epidemiology and Racism"
The Department of Epidemiology Presents: To Race with the World: John Henryism and the Health of Black Americans Speaker: Sherman A. James, PhD Susan B. King Distinguished Professor Emeritus Sanford School of Public Policy Duke University Abstract: The daunting racial inequities in education, income, housing, and health care borne by Black Americans at the turn … Continue reading "The 172nd Cutter Lecture in Preventive Medicine – To Race with the World: John Henryism and the Health of Black Americans"
Knowledge transfer refers to sharing or disseminating of knowledge and providing inputs to problem solving. When employees leave, they take their skills and institutional knowledge with them. Capturing their knowledge and research outputs is essential to the success of future users. This session will present a document to be used in conjunction with the RDM … Continue reading "Project Handoff: Steps for Long Term Success"
The late Dr. Jane Murphy was a renowned psychiatric epidemiology and former professor in the Department of Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She was a pioneer in promoting population mental health research and led the Stirling County Study that started in 1975. Dr. Murphy is remembered as a cherished colleague, … Continue reading "Celebration of the Life and Career of Jane Murphy"
The Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness invites you to “When Twin Public Health Crises Meet: Trends in Ill-Being and Deaths of Despair during the COVID Pandemic,” presented by Dr. Carol Graham, Leo Pasvolsky Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, College Park Professor at the University of Maryland, and Senior Scientist at Gallup. … Continue reading "Center for Health and Happiness Seminar Series"