As we wrap up an unprecedented summer defined by public health issues, we are moved even more to empower public health graduate students. Given that students have the privilege of reflection, we hope to continually provide a space for learning, sharing, and, hopefully, improving the quality of life for our communities. In this issue, we discuss a patchwork of issues that exemplifies the many concerns and future directions of public health.
We are incredibly proud to present Issue 4 of Intervene Upstream – Public Health Solidarity.
- Can Netflix Be Used as a Public Health Intervention? by Ronan Chansou
- Staying Fit for Life by Jamie Neelon
- COVID-19 & Implications for Behavioral Health Providers in Unprecedented Times by Kim Hazel
- Inequity, Domination, and Liberation During COVID-19 by Nicky Tettamanti
- Que dios te bendiga by Josh Yudkin
We would like to thank everyone who has submitted to the publication and continues to grow with us through our fourth issue; please help us in continuing to give power to public health: one graduate student at a time.
- Intervene Upstream Issue 4– Public Health Solidarity - September 15, 2020
- Inequity, Domination, and Liberation during COVID-19 - September 15, 2020
- Nutrition and Public Health: Archive of The Palate - July 6, 2020