Maldives: Saving Lives, Saving the Future

Providing basic, maternal care costs only about $3 per person per year in low-income countries, yet a woman dies of pregnancy-related complications every minute. ((World Health Organization. "Improving maternal, newborn and child health in the South-East Asia Region." World Health Organization, 2005, apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/205324/B0263.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y. Accessed 12 Feb. 2022.)) In their article “Countdown to…

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Burnout: Only an Ember

Smallest ember remains,Flickering hope in dark.Once raged so bright when sane,Now not more than a spark.Young dreamers, full of heart,Did battle the great flames.Destined to heal with smarts,But fire won’t stay the same.The blaze does shift and move,Anyone near will be burned.Fear ignites; can’t improve.Innocence takes a turn.If phoenix escapes…

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Burnout: Only an Ember
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Mentor Interviews: Dr. Sarah Andrea on Methorship, EpiGirlGang, and the EpiCookieChallenge

As a Senior Fellow at the University of Washington School of Public Health, Dr. Sarah Andrea's (@SarahBAndrea) research investigates strategies to mitigate gender, racial, and class-based inequities in health that originate early in the life course. I had the pleasure of meeting Sarah Andrea years ago, when I first started…

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Mentor Interviews: Dr. Sarah Andrea on Methorship, EpiGirlGang, and the EpiCookieChallenge
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There’s an App for That: A Look at the Science Behind Health Apps

Did you know that in 2019, 2.71 billion people owned smartphones? ((https://leftronic.com/smartphone-usage-statistics/)) That almost outnumbered the amount of Americans who own personal computers! ((Kratzke, C., & Cox, C. (2012). Smartphone technology and apps: Rapidly changing health promotion. Global Journal of Health Education and Promotion, 15(1) Retrieved from http://ulib.iupui.edu/cgi-bin/proxy.pl?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1730212527?accountid=7398)) As Jimmy…

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There’s an App for That: A Look at the Science Behind Health Apps
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