COVID-19 revealing structural racism and other health inequalities

Dr. Nancy Krieger, Professor of Social Epidemiology, has recently written “ENOUGH: COVID-19, Structural Racism, Police Brutality, Plutocracy, Climate Change—and Time for Health Justice, Democratic Governance, and an Equitable, Sustainable Future” … Continue reading “COVID-19 revealing structural racism and other health inequalities”

Comparison of Weighted and Unweighted Population Data to Assess Inequities in COVID-19 Deaths by Race/Ethnicity

Tori L. Cowger, PHS-EPI ’21, and members of the SBS Department have recently authored “Comparison of Weighted and Unweighted Population Data to Assess Inequities in Coronavirus Disease 2019 Deaths by … Continue reading “Comparison of Weighted and Unweighted Population Data to Assess Inequities in COVID-19 Deaths by Race/Ethnicity”

Visualizing the lagged connection between COVID-19 cases and deaths in the United States

Christian C. Testa, Statistical Data Analyst in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and others have authored “Visualizing the lagged connection between COVID-19 cases and deaths in the United … Continue reading “Visualizing the lagged connection between COVID-19 cases and deaths in the United States”

Youth and Young Adult Use of Pod-Based Electronic Cigarettes From 2015 to 2019

Dr. Stella Juhyun Lee, a former postdoctoral fellow of the NCI-funded Educational Program in Cancer Prevention, and others have recently authored “Youth and Young Adult Use of Pod-Based Electronic Cigarettes … Continue reading “Youth and Young Adult Use of Pod-Based Electronic Cigarettes From 2015 to 2019”

Mapping fatal police violence across U.S. metropolitan areas, 2013-2017

Drs. Gabriel L. Schwartz and Jaquelyn L. Jahn, PhD PHS ’20, have recently co-authored “Mapping fatal police violence across U.S. metropolitan areas: Overall rates and racial/ethnic inequities, 2013-2017” in PLOS … Continue reading “Mapping fatal police violence across U.S. metropolitan areas, 2013-2017”