The Center for Health Policy Research’s online tool that allows for easy searching and sorting of California health statistics has now helped answer more than one million questions about health trends statewide.
Support our runners, or register yourself for the relay or full ASICS LA marathon on 3/15! The Fielding School team is running to promote healthy physical activity and raise money for student fellowships.
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!
Children of Latino melanoma survivors are just as likely as children of non-Latino white survivors to have experienced sunburn in the past year, according to a study led by FSPH associate professor Dr. Beth Glenn.
Capitol Public Radio interviewed Health Policy and Management assistant professor Dr. Dylan Roby about Californians who live near the state’s border and the difficulties they face when seeking out-of-state healthcare.
My time at FSPH was made possible by scholarship funding; the training I received helped me become Executive Director of the largest NGO in the fields of Population, Sexual & Reproductive Health, Family Planning and HIV/AIDS programs targeting the most high-risk groups in Haiti.
Jean Marie Fritz Moise, MPH 1991, Population and Family Health