We humbly present the second issue of Intervene Upstream which focused on two topics: creativity in public health and the future of social work.
Creativity and Public Health
- Hobbies and graduate student life: Not Inherently Incompatible by Elizabeth Hines
- The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks – Book Review by Abou Ibrahim-Biangoro
- Schools Need More Social Workers, Not More Cops by Joel Hauglund Sjerven
- Health Care Payment Reform Creates Opportunity for Health Educators by Suzanne Lineberry
Series: Why Public Health?
- Why Public Health: From Court to Courses (and Back) by Joanna Sandstrom
We would like to thank everyone who has submitted to the publication and continues to grow with us through our second issue; please help us in continuing to give power to public health: one graduate student at a time.
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