In our March 11 Continuing the Conversation webinar, Dr. Pamina Gorbach will review the known roles of substance use in our local HIV epidemic in Los Angeles, and point to the areas where mechanisms of enhanced transmission are still not fully understood.
Dean Emeritus Linda Rosenstock and Fielding School alumna Jessica Allia Williams, PhD '13, co-wrote a commentary in the American Journal of Public Health underscoring the adverse impact of income inequality on people’s health.
Fielding School students spearheaded a campaign for an environmentally-conscious water fountain as a way to promote the benefits of drinking water while helping eliminate waste generated by plastic bottles.
Immigrants come to America seeking a good life. Will it be a healthy one? Explore how Fielding School students, faculty and alumni are engaging issues like access to care, occupational safety and more in the Autumn/Winter 2014-15 FSPH Magazine, now available!
During his talk, Dr. Alex Ortega, FSPH professor of Health Policy and Management, called on Los Angeles high school students to help educate fellow community members about the impact of public health in their lives.
“As a recipient of a scholarship from the Health Policy & Management Alumni Association, I am able to use the wide array of resources available to me... to make an impact in the field of women’s health. This scholarship has given me the opportunity to balance my academic interests... with my passion for advocacy and fieldwork in maternal and child health.”
Samantha Wellerstein, MPH 2012, Health Policy & Management