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Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice, & Health | "Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired: Advancing Antiracism Scholarship and Solutions Beyond the Pandemic"

December 2, 2022

Presented by the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice & Health

Dr. Sharrelle Barber will present on the deadly consequences of racism that have been on full display during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using Fannie Lou Hamer's life and activism as an entry point, the talk will explore data on racial inequities in Black communities and discuss ways the field of public health can advance antiracism scholarship and solutions beyond the pandemic.

CGIH Conversations: Dr. Kamy Musene

November 8, 2022

Join UCLA Fielding's Center for Global and Immigrant Health for a discussion on Ebola disease and vaccination research in the Democratic Republic of the Congo with Dr. Kamy Musene.

The UCLA Seminar on Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy: "The Generalized Risk-Adjusted Cost-Effectiveness (GRACE) Model: How Diminishing Returns to Health Changes Everything"

December 1, 2022

Standard Cost Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) assumes that utility is linear in health, a restrictive assumption that is out of step with most health economics analyses. GRACE introduces diminishing returns to health-related quality of life, and in so doing, reverses many standard CEA conclusions. GRACE shows that treating disabled people has higher (not lower) value than treating otherwise-similar non-disabled people. It demonstrates that willingness to pay (WTP) for health gains rises exponentially with illness severity.

Protecting Public Health: Data, Models, and Policy

November 2, 2022

This talk will highlight the importance of public health surveillance data in protecting public health. Examples will be drawn from experiences with HIV/AIDS, anthrax and COVID-19. The foundation for formulating effective public health policy is accurate data. Models informed by data are important tools for forecasting the magnitude of  public health problems and predicting the  impact of policies and interventions. Considerable work remains to achieve fully interoperable and accurate  public health data systems throughout the United States.

Department of Community Health Sciences | PhD Information Session for FSPH Students

November 4, 2022

Join UCLA Fielding's Department of Community Health Sciences for an information session for current FSPH students to learn more about the application process and degree requirements.

Department of Community Health Sciences | Q&A Session for PhD Applicants

October 28, 2022

Those applying for the PhD degree program in the Department of Community Health Sciences are invited to attend an informal chat session. UCLA Fielding faculty and staff will be available to answer questions on the application process, curriculum, areas of specialization, and student life. 

Department of Community Health Sciences | Q&A Session for Masters Applicants

November 2, 2022

Those applying for the MPH or MS degree programs in the Department of Community Health Sciences are invited to attend an informal chat session. UCLA Fielding faculty and staff will be available to answer questions on the application process, curriculum, areas of specialization, and student life.  

Department of Community Health Sciences | Q&A Session for Masters Applicants

October 19, 2022

Those applying for the MPH or MS degree programs in the Department of Community Health Sciences are invited to attend an informal chat session. UCLA Fielding faculty and staff will be available to answer questions on the application process, curriculum, areas of specialization, and student life.  

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