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…

0 Comments
Burnout: Only an Ember
Copyright 2022 Sai Bhumanapalli

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…

0 Comments

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…

1 Comment
There’s an App for That: A Look at the Science Behind Health Apps
Photo by Sebastian Hietsch on Unsplash

A Beginner’s Guide to Equality: Melinda Gates’ Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World

The world's countdown to gender equality – total and absolute – has been slow, arduous, and occasionally regressive. The gender equality timeline has seen pushes and shoves towards an equal share of the pie for males and females, and now, finally, for non-conforming, trans and binary individuals. Even the smallest…

0 Comments

End of content

No more pages to load