HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL PRIMARY CARE REVIEW

Physical Activity and Health: Move to Live More!

March 29th, 2022

By: Amy Bantham, DrPH

 

For medical and public health practitioners working on the COVID-19 response, infectious disease is what we see all day[...]

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Improving Health Care Access by Meeting Patients Where They Are

March 15th, 2022

By: Lindsay Gough, MPA

 

Throughout the last two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has magnified many existing inequities in health care and[...]

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The Divinity of Doula Care: A Framework for Understanding the Essential Care Providers Shaping Perinatal Outcomes

March 9th, 2022

By: Nicole Taylor Morris, MTS

 

The term “doula” is the latest buzzword appearing everywhere, from social media and podcasts to federal and statewide[...]

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Finding the Courage and Will to Achieve Health Equity: Asking the Right Questions

March 4th, 2022

By: Karen Patricia Williams, PhD, and Johnnie (Chip) Allen, MPH

 

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and instances of racism against Black individuals have resulted in dangerous health[...]

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Vaccine Rollout and the Great Divide: Communities of Color Deserve More from Our Health Care System

March 1st, 2022

By: Simone Wildes, MD, FACP, FIDSA

 

I remember getting this phone call from a friend and feeling helpless:

I want my grandmother who lives in Boston to get[...]

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Trauma-Informed, Holistic Health Care: A Journey from Patient to Advocate

February 24th, 2022

By: Keisha Walcott

 

PurpLE Health Foundation is a non-profit organization in New York City, which invests in the physical, mental, and[...]

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Lessons in Health Equity Learned During the Pandemic

January 21st, 2022

By: Michael Curry, Esq.

 

In the spring of 2020, as the pandemic bore down on our country, I was appointed to the COVID-19 Vaccine Advisory Group[...]

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Addiction & Recovery: The Importance of Human Connection

December 28th, 2021

By: Shannon Schwoeble and Sarah Howroyd, MSW, LCSW

 

From April 2020-2021, 100,306 parents, spouses, siblings, friends, colleagues, and neighbors in the United States died[...]

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Does Epidemiology Need a Rethink?

December 21st, 2021

By: Dalton Price, BA

 

Epidemiology, the broad study of disease incidence and causality, has long formed the backbone of public health. Its[...]

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The Power of a Personalized Approach: Physicians’ Fight against Misinformation and Vaccine Hesitancy

December 1st, 2021

By: Preston Williams, MD, Lily Gage, MD, and Lakshman Swamy, MD, MBA

 

“There was so much information out there, I didn’t know what to do. I just wish someone had convinced me to get the[...]

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