The Epidemiological ABCs of COVID-19

As graduate students in health, the editors of Intervene Upstream find ourselves in the unprecedented situation of learning about the science of public health while a pandemic unfolds in front of our eyes. Given the unprecedented spread of both the COVID-19 virus and information (and misinformation) about the virus, we…

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Rolling call for COVID-19 Pieces

On March 12, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the spread of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, a pandemic. Given the rapid pace of information change, we are seeking to publish pieces relating to public health, inequity, graduate studies, etc. relating to COVID-19 or your experiences as a graduate student. Click here…

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Rolling call for COVID-19 Pieces
COVID-19 Virus illustration created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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
A waterfall in Oregon, credit to Nicky Tettamanti

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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