Public health is important because it has helped address sanitation, environmental health and infectious diseases issues through research. Without public health, what would the quality of life in North America look like?
Public Health Resources
Racism has become a public health crisis now more than ever before. Learn about how we got to this point & what we can do to address racism in the U.S.
Patients with limited English proficiency are more likely to have worse clinical outcomes. Public health can address language and cultural barriers.
Using insights from Ron Waldman, MD, MPH, a global health professor, in the MPH@GW has created this primer on the vaccine development process, stakeholders and myths around vaccination.
Health tracking apps and devices such as pill reminders can empower patients to become agents of their own health and care.
Knowing the difference between equity and equality is critical to helping communities overcome health disparities.
Gardening is linked to positive health effects for individuals and the earth. How can people participate in sustainable horticulture?
Check out these resources to stay informed on the latest climate change news.
Plant-based meat alternatives have become popular due to health and sustainability concerns, but are they better for the body, or the environment?
Colony loss threatens not only bees but also the global food supply, especially as the planet’s climate continues to shift. How can individuals support the health of bees and themselves?