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The public health landscape has changed throughout the years, and as things have evolved, so have we! Since 1995, we have had the privilege of collaborating to advance academic public health in four DC locations. Have you visited us at any of these locations? Comment below!
Seeking a new opportunity in public health? @ASPPHtweets http://publichealthjobs.org can help kickstart your job search and find your place in the #publichealth workforce.
“There is a set of people who believe fundamentally that we can all do better when we all do better, just like everyone who realized we were going to have to roll up our sleeves and help one another this past year." @hmcghee #ThisIsPublicHealth #ASPPHEvents #ASPPHAdvocates https://twitter.com/ASPPHtweets/status/1417542255364161536
A new report released by @USGAO found that “in 2019, close to 40,000 people died from a gun injury in the US, and about twice that number suffered nonfatal injuries. Hospital costs for initial gun injury care were just over $1 billion a year." Read more: https://bit.ly/36Pt4Dj
"Because of that spirit of solidarity, I have hope, and I hope that you all do too." Thank you @hmcghee for kicking off our 2021 Leadership Retreat. You are an inspiration and we are thankful that you were able to join us. #ASPPHEvents #ASPPHAdvocates
"Across all of the examples of drained pool politics and zero-sum worldview across our society, I kept findings reasons to hope and linking arms with others to work to refill the drained pool of public goods." @hmcghee 👏 #ASPPHEvents
The Leadership Retreat has kicked off with @hmcghee! "Everything seems to operate around this zero-sum worldview, which is the idea that progress for one group has to come at the expense of another. The zero-sum communicates that we are not all on the same team." #ASPPHEvents
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our redesigned ASPPH Friday Letter! Our weekly newsletter and new Friday Letter Blog work together to provide you with the latest and greatest in academic public health. Subscribe now! https://bit.ly/3xPTMrn
.@Surgeon_General issued an advisory to warn "the American public about the urgent threat of health misinformation," which continues to prevent Americans from getting vaccinated against #COVID19, prolonging the pandemic and putting lives at risk: https://bit.ly/3ioQcOb
Pleased to join with @DrLeanaWen @GWpublichealth and @SVermund @YaleSPH in a @JAMA_current @JAMANetwork peer-reviewed Viewpoint on the potential benefits of expanded COVID-19 surveillance in the US. @ASPPHtweets @PublicHealth @UAlbanySPH @ualbany @SUNY https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2782163
Glad to have had the opportunity to contribute to this important report by @ASPPHtweets. And kudos to ASPPH for making the scholarship of teaching and learning a priority! https://twitter.com/UAlbanySPH/status/1415673068442120193
Congratulations to MPH student Maddie Kasimanickam who has been selected as a 2021-2022 This Is Public Health Program Ambassador! 👏
Read #PublicHealthReports commentary calling on #publichealth schools/programs to promote– and enhance training in– interdisciplinary research on #COVID19: https://bit.ly/3yWOnzo
.@preventioninst published a new report proposing “an approach to addressing park and green space inequities that prioritizes building power among people closest to the problem so that they can drive policy and systems change solutions.” Read more: https://bit.ly/36Aseu6
ASPPH strongly supports community outreach efforts promoting #COVID19 vaccinations and released a statement calling for our nation’s elected leaders to stand united in support of these efforts. Read the statement: https://s3.amazonaws.com/ASPPH_Media_Files/ASPPH_Statement_Community_Vaccination_Efforts.pdf #ASPPHAdvocates #ThisIsPublicHealth
Happening today! Don't miss this event if you are interested in a career in #publichealth.
A new paper in @NEJM discusses the “urgent need for coordinated health policy action and response" centered on primary prevention and a well-funded domestic and international research agenda to identify causes, prevention, and treatment of long COVID: https://bit.ly/3xDQIOV
Join @3DCommission and expert panelists on Tuesday, July 22 to discuss how data on determinants of health, such as transportation, can be leveraged to support health and promote equitable decision-making in urban environments. Details and registration: https://bit.ly/3kgeBYW
"After learning about long COVID symptoms...and how the condition affects people of all ages, races and ethnicities across the United States, 32% of unvaccinated respondents said they are more likely to consider getting vaccinated." New @ResolveTSL survey: https://preventepidemics.org/covid19/press/new-survey-reveals-the-more-people-know-about-long-covid-the-more-likely-they-are-to-consider-getting-vaccinated/