Harvard Chan School's two-year-old course on homelessness and health is one of many pieces of the School’s new pilot Initiative on Health and Homelessness (IHH), an effort aimed at advancing education, research, and practice regarding housing instability’s devastating…
In the wake of a May 24 mass shooting at an Uvalde, Texas, elementary school that left 19 students and two teachers dead, Harvard Chan School’s David Hemenway has been speaking out about why there’s so much gun…
Two years after the killing of George Floyd by a police officer—and nearly 10 since the start of the Black Lives Matter movement—researchers are examining whether the ensuing protests and national conversation around racism and inequity have had…
Patience Saaka is a physician from Ghana with a passion for promoting equity in health care and ending gender-based violence.
Gun violence survivors and their families face increased risk of mental health disorders and substance abuse disorders, according to a new study.
The war in Ukraine has unleashed “new, overt, and cruel manifestations of racism” in Europe, according to three experts from Harvard Chan School.
Experiencing sexual violence or workplace sexual harassment may raise a woman’s long-term risk of developing high blood pressure compared to women who have not experienced these traumatic events.
Over the next few months, students in the latest group of Rose Service Learning Fellows at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are launching a diverse array of field projects.
Compared with other high-income countries, the U.S. has more guns and weaker gun laws—fuel for the nation’s gun violence epidemic, according to experts.
Health Affairs recently featured two blog posts written by students from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.