This past summer, Tariana V. Little, DrPH ’20, launched a program that provides homeless students with a weekend “boost bag” of healthy food.
Speakers at the recent Maternal Health Task Force symposium said that women around the world are demanding—and deserve—respectful, dignified childbirth, and providers and policymakers need to listen.
Harvard Chan School marks the end of a successful capital campaign and envisions public health’s next 30-50 years September 24, 2018 – Hundreds of … Continue reading “Celebrating a campaign for public health”
September 24, 2018—Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health alumni returned to the School on September 20–21 to reconnect with former classmates and learn … Continue reading “Alumni return to Boston for 2018 Alumni Weekend”
Service learning project gives student on-the-ground view of a youth-led program that promotes healthy teen relationships September 17, 2018 – Interviewing young people who … Continue reading “Peer power”
September 14, 2018—A range of issues relevant to health in both Thailand and the U.S.—including medical education, maternal health, hypertension and stroke risk, and … Continue reading “Strengthening public health connections between Thailand and the U.S.”
Expanding health care access must be accompanied by investments in health systems to ensure quality.
August 29, 2018—The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health community welcomed new students on August 27, kicking off a week of Orientation activities. … Continue reading “Orientation 2018: School welcomes new students”
August 22, 2018 – New guidelines for cervical cancer screening, based in part on research by Harvard Chan School’s Jane Kim, were issued by … Continue reading “The science behind new screening guidelines for cervical cancer”
Seven new primary health care centers in Africa may soon carry the name of Bernard Lown, a renowned cardiologist and professor emeritus at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The project is the latest evolution of the Bernard Lown Scholars in Cardiovascular Health, a training program at the School for mid-career public health scientists and professionals from low- and middle-income countries.