In a study published in the Sept. 13, 2012 New England Journal of Medicine, ACP Member Benjamin Sommers, MD, PhD, and his colleagues at the Harvard School of Public Health provided ... the strongest evidence yet that expanding Medicaid has major positive
Not much space for dialogue here. The CDC and public health experts admit that masks are not the antidote. ... Here are 3 options. Educate the public so they will voluntarily accept the vaccine to protect themselves and rest of us.
Our stakeholders recognized the need to be engaged in coordinated activities related to public health information. ... They also forecasted the need for informatics training throughout the public health workforce.
Public health should be apolitical. You can be for freedom. You can be for smaller government that intrudes less. ... brainer. Public health should be apolitical. All can surely agree that an advanced and kind society should have safety nets for those
The first step is to better educate public health workers about their role in an emergency and then motivate them with an understanding of why this role makes a difference. ... By the way, current findings are better than the 2005 study, in which more
It had become apparent that public health played an important role in national security. ... There is growing recognition that preparedness and core ("routine") public health investments are synergistic.
Public health as political prisoner. If a foreign government took the U.S. ... Self-defense against harm is, pretty self-evidently, an issue of both public justice, and public health.
Former Surgeon General to be featured speaker at today's Opening Ceremony | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist
As Surgeon General, Dr. Murthy commanded the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, a uniformed service of 6,600 public health offices serving vulnerable populations in 800 locations domestically and ... abroad. During his tenure, he helped
Public health and citizens, truly united. There are just 2 problems with the prevailing conception of “public health,” the public, and health. ... We might fix this by putting faces on public health more reliably, demonstrating vividly the skin we
ACP is concerned by reports that public health officials and experts across the country are being harassed due to their recommendations on combating the COVID-19 pandemic. ... Health officials should not be subject to threats for merely doing their jobs,