HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL PRIMARY CARE REVIEW

Exploring Work That Scratches the Soul: Reflection on a Rural Health Independent Study

September 23rd, 2021

By: Emma Hartswick

 

When my fellow Harvard Medical School classmates asked “what I was up to,” I called it my Rural Family Medicine[...]

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Restructuring the Power Dynamic: How a Patient’s Narrative Can Help Us Understand the Role of Trauma in the Clinical Encounter

September 2nd, 2021

By: Maahika Srinivasan, MS

 

In many ways, medical school trains its pupils to be detectives, capable of discerning and interpreting even the[...]

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The Art of Meeting People Where They Are: A Community Partnership Approach for COVID Equity

August 10th, 2021

By: Jessica Otero

 

Historic factors driving health disparities among the diverse Latino population in the U.S. include social[...]

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Making Do In Missouri: A Rural OB/Gyn’s Efforts to Improve Access to Care

August 5th, 2021

By: Jane Kielhofner, MD

 

In the Show-Me State, a wave of rural hospital closures began in the 2010s and continued into the next decade,[...]

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Decentralizing Knowledge in Public Health Education, One Course at a Time

July 16th, 2021

By: Alexis Grant, ScM and Maggie Acosta, MA

 

We can see structural determinants of health all around us, like when we see factories and truck routes constructed[...]

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The Current State of COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts in Children

May 10th, 2021

By: Rebecca B. Garcia, MSN, FNP-C, Janelle M. Menard, PhD, and Elizabeth B. Pathak, PhD, MSPH

 

Children are absolutely essential to the success of COVID-19 vaccination efforts, as children aged 0-15 years [...]

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The Original Pandemic: Commercial Tobacco

March 31st, 2021

By: Lauren Kemmeter

 

All mentions of tobacco in this article refer to commercial tobacco and nicotine products and not sacred and[...]

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