Liz Janiak, ScD (she/her) will answer questions about abortion access in the United States today and following the anticipated reversal of the Roe v Wade precedent this spring/summer. An Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and the Chan School, Dr. Janiak is an expert in domestic abortion epidemiology, access issues, and related health inequities. She will answer … Continue reading "Abortion After Roe: Getting the Facts re Abortion Methods, Technologies, & Access, and Countering Misinformation"
We are frequently asked to share, archive, or otherwise publish data by funders and publishers, but few instructions exist on how to find a repository, and how to prepare your data and metadata for sharing. This virtual workshop will provide hands-on experience preparing data for publishing by “curating” an example dataset and identifying common data … Continue reading "Online Workshop: How and Where to Publish your Data"
Join the HSPH-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health's colloquium series on Re-envisioning the Environment: Diverse Voices in Environmental Health. This month, we welcome Kenneth Olden, PhD, who recently retired from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where he served as Director of the National Center for Environmental Assessment from 2012-2016. From 1991-2005, Ken served as Director of … Continue reading "Social Determinants of Health as Targets of Precision Medicine"
Please join the Department of Health Policy and Management (HPM) for the bi-annual Herbert Sherman Memorial Lecture, featuring Dr. Ingrid Nembhard (UPenn) as this year’s keynote speaker on Wednesday, May 11th 2022 at 4pm (ET) via Zoom. Dr. Nembhard will present “Improving the Patient Care Experience and the Well-Being of Healthcare Workers.” You may register … Continue reading "“Improving the Patient Care Experience and the Well-Being of Healthcare Workers” — Herbert Sherman Memorial Lecture"
Event Description The leak of a draft opinion for Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization has shocked the country. The leak is an unprecedented violation of Supreme Court procedure. More … Continue reading "Roe in Limbo: A Townhall on the Leaked Dobbs Opinion"
Talk title: Novel diagnostics for serological surveillance and treatment of malaria Presenter: Michael White, Chargé de Recherche Expert et Chef d’Unité at Institut Pasteur. Michael White leads the Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Analytics (IDEA) G5 Unit in the Department of Global Health at Institut Pasteur. His team uses inter-disciplinary research tools spanning mathematical models, epidemiological … Continue reading "CCDD ID Epi Seminar Series"
Join the Department of Global Health and Population on Zoom for our weekly Thursday Brown Bag Series. On May 12th, Melani Cammett will present, “The (IO) Effect: International Actors and Service Delivery in Refugee Crises”. Cammett serves as Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs within the Department of Government at Harvard University and Director of … Continue reading "GHP Thursday Brown Bag Seminar Series"
In The Song of Our Scars, physician Haider Warraich offers a bold reexamination of the nature of pain, not as a simple physical sensation, but as a cultural experience. It is a doctor’s personal and unsparing account of how modern medicine’s failure to understand pain has made care less effective. Join us for this virtual … Continue reading "Longwood Author Series Presents: The Song of Our Scars"