Responsible Medical Engagement in the Developing World

January 15th, 2022

By: Umaru Barrie


In July 2018, I engaged in a four-week research and service-learning trip in Buhoma, Kanungu District, Uganda. The trip[...]

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Primary Care Innovations in Medical Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons from the Philippines

January 5th, 2022

By: Jake Bryan S. Cortez, MD, Malaya P. Santos, MD MPH, and Renzo R. Guinto, MD DrPH


It has been almost two years since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This global health crisis continues to[...]

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Sudden Death in the Realm of Possibility: The Psychosocial Trauma, Uncertainty, and Health Care Needs of Migrants Crossing the Mexico-U.S. Border

December 21st, 2021

By: Annekathryn Goodman, MD, MPH, Kristen Giambusso, MPH, Lindsey Martin, NP, Mary Sebert RN, MPH, and Lynn Black, MD, MPH


Matamoros, Mexico: The living conditions of displaced migrants

Poverty, violence, natural disasters, and political[...]

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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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Reflections on Tribal Primary Care in America

November 30th, 2021

By: Navneet Bhullar, MD, MSc


California of the pioneers, peopled by progressivesof campsites with bear lockersof pines and berries of easy cilantro[...]

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National Arab American Heritage Month as a Public Health Catalyst

April 27th, 2021

By: Siwaar Abouhala


I am a young Arab American, born and raised in New York, yet this is the first year I am celebrating National Arab[...]

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Healing Across the Divides: Peace Building Through Health

February 25th, 2021

By: Norbert Goldfield, MD


Shortly after Healing Across the Divides began its work, the Israeli army had placed boulders at the entrance to[...]

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