POWER TO PUBLIC HEALTH: ONE GRADUATE STUDENT AT A TIME

Inaugural Letter from the Editor-In-Chief

My journey towards a career in public health and creating this journal go hand in hand. Exposure to Public Health and Medical Humanities Writing I can trace my interest in public health back in my freshman year, where I first learned about the field. Despite this knowledge, I wanted to…

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Inaugural Letter from the Editor-In-Chief
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Series: Why Public Health

In this ongoing series “Why Public Health,” we curate the many distinct and transformational narratives of our peers working in public health alongside us. We recognize everyone came to this point in their lives with their personal experience and individual passions in mind, and we aim to give everyone’s story…

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Series: Why Public Health
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Why Support Intervene Upstream?

Three Evidence-Based Reasons to support Intervene Upstream 1. We cultivate professionalism through reflective writing: Active, written reflection facilitates technical and problem-solving skills, and cultivates professionalism among MPH students. ((Merzel, C., & Goodman, A. (2016). Becoming a Professional. Pedagogy in Health Promotion, 2(3), 154–160. https://doi.org/10.1177/2373379916656639)) Rogers ((Rogers R., R. (2001). Reflection…

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Why Support Intervene Upstream?
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