Is it possible to improve nutritional health and the environment in one bite?
In ‘Recipe for Survival: What You Can do to Live a Healthier and More Environmentally Friendly Life,’ published in January 2022, UCLA Fielding School professor Dr. Dana Ellis Hunnes provides “recipes” for improving personal and planetary health.
NBC News interviewed Dr. Michael Rodriguez, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor of community health sciences, about the milestone of 800,000 confirmed COVID-related deaths in the United States over the past two years.
Lifetime Achievement Award named in honor of late UCLA Fielding School professor, Dr. Steve Wallace
The American Public Health Association posthumously honored Dr. Steve Wallace, a longtime UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor of community health sciences, by re-naming a lifetime achievement award for him.
Trust in governments and healthcare workers low globally, influencing attitudes on health and vaccines
UCLA Fielding School of Public Health researchers found less than one-third of respondents expressed trust in health advice from their governments; less than half trusted doctors and nurses or felt positive about vaccines.
In both his research and fieldwork, Professor Wallace worked to better understand the dynamics of social inequality and how it impacts health equity, as well as how policy and community approaches can improve health equity.