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Recap & Reflection on Charles Drew University's Place Matters Health Disparities Seminar (Day 1)

On Friday, I had the privilege of attending the Charles R. Drew University Life Science Institute‘s seminar on health disparities, Place Matters: Integrating Academia, Government, and Community for a Healthy South LA. 807 more words

Public Health

Stealthoscope launched in August 2015 with the mission to provide relevant health news in a way that engaged nonprofessionals outside the public health industry. So often, health articles are written at a PhD level. 282 more words


APHA Cancer Forum Webinar: Global Cancer Project Map

Check out this Wednesday’s APHA Cancer Forum webinar on the Global Cancer Project Map, a new tool that maps cancer projects around the world! I love their number one objective to “Facilitate the breaking down of silos and building of collaboration.” This is the type of resource we need in public health! 143 more words

Public Health

The power of language - challenges and opportunities!

This just in: How we talk about things matters!

A new post on APHA‘s Public Health Newswire reminds us that not everyone understands, or… 54 more words


Czech-ing in with Stacy!

Ahoj (Hello) APhA-ASP MWU!

I arrived safe and sound in the Czech Republic on July 5, and I have been so busy since then. I have been working in the pharmacy (Lékárna) at the hospital here in Opava for over a week now and it has been a great learning experience. 208 more words


Meet Stacy!

Meet Midwestern University’s very own third year student pharmacist, Stacy Kmentt, who will be representing our APhA-ASP chapter in the IPSF Student Exchange Program in the Czech Republic! 100 more words


What about the Guys?

PPE recognizes that the health of both men and women is paramount to healthy families and the reduction of infant mortality . When we visit campuses and conferences across the country we are often face with the question: What about the guys? 259 more words

Men's Health