In the wake of the sadness and trauma of the pandemic, it’s important for people dealing with loss or who are isolated to connect with others during the holidays so that they feel less lonely, according to lecturer…
Amanda Yarnell, new senior director of the School’s Center for Health Communication, is refocusing the center on defining, teaching, and sharing best practices for communicating health information in a world that’s increasingly skeptical and fragmented.
Harvard Chan School experts offer comments and context about the coronavirus in a variety of media outlets.
Amid surges in respiratory infections across the U.S., and the possibility of an uptick in COVID-19 rates, public health experts are offering advice on how people can make Thanksgiving gatherings as safe as possible.
The inaugural cohort in the Harvard Global Nursing Leadership Program's Certificate in Global Public Health for Nurse Leaders convened in Kenya in September for a week-long intensive course on health systems strengthening.
Harvard Chan School's Nancy Krieger and colleagues have updated and broadened a project aimed at training people in how to track and monitor socially related disparities having to do with where a person lives.
Suicide is a preventable tragedy—but there’s much work yet to be done in figuring out the best strategies for doing so, according to experts who spoke at a symposium on the topic at Harvard Chan School.
Cuba’s ability to develop homegrown COVID-19 vaccines and immunize most of its citizens should serve as a model for developing countries around the world dealing with public health emergencies, according to a new report.
Federal regulation of research on dangerous pathogens such as COVID-19 has loopholes and lacks clarity, according to experts.
The COVID death rate among Black Americans—which was the highest in the U.S. for many months during the pandemic, due to health disparities—is now lower than that of white Americans.