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Sit Less ScHARR!

“Sit Less ScHARR!”, an intervention by MPH Student Kelly Mackenzie, started this week. Running until 1st August, the programme aims to reduce the amount of time ScHARR staff spend sitting during working hours. 499 more words

PHIN BOARD UPDATE

New MPH graduates!

On July 4th our M2 fellow classmates graduated!

The ceremony took place in Rennes, in the grand amphitheatre of the main building of the EHESP campus. 578 more words

EDITORIAL

A forgotten solution for hospital-acquired infections

By LAURENCE WARIN

Already used in ancient times by Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Aztecs for its antimicrobial activity, copper somehow slowly faded into the background and its potential use in healthcare settings got overlooked. 946 more words

OP-ED

Do it over or do it right?

By TASNEEM BOHRA

In the Sheohar village of Bihar, India, one year old Vivek is looked after with great care by his parents. 1,057 more words

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

Dear Imran, why are you in the MPH?

Health at individual and population levels have its own issues and need different approaches. As a medical doctor, the routine was to start from diagnosis, suggest treatment, and follow up (Not always). 594 more words

POLL

Healthcare Philanthropy

Philanthropy is “private initiatives, for public good, focusing on quality of life”. Philanthropy is not to be associated with donations as donations are giving money while philanthropy tries to solve the problem at the root. 87 more words

Inaugural event seeks to connect the public with public health concerns and training opportunities

What is the best way to prevent food borne illness? How effective is hospice care? What factors influence hookah use in college students? And, is raw milk safe? 750 more words

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