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The Public Health Review is a graduate student-led, online, peer reviewed, open access public health journal that is published by the University of Minnesota Libraries. We provide students, alumni, and professionals from any discipline or affiliation the opportunity to publish public health-related material in a peer-reviewed journal. The affiliation with the University of Minnesota Libraries publishing arm allows articles submitted through this platform to be indexed and cited by other scholarly work.

Our vision is to make health equity possible for everyone in every community.

Our mission is to provide a platform for the discovery, development, and dissemination of high-quality information regarding important public health issues and topics that will ultimately advance and responsibly inform public health research, policy, and practice.

Perspectives Public Health Review

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The Public Health Review is a graduate student-led, online, peer reviewed, open access public health journal that is published by the University of Minnesota Libraries. We provide students, alumni, and professionals from any discipline or affiliation the opportunity to publish public health-related material in a peer-reviewed journal. The affiliation with the University of Minnesota Libraries publishing arm allows articles submitted through this platform to be indexed and cited by other scholarly work.

Our vision is to make health equity possible for everyone in every community.

Our mission is to provide a platform for the discovery, development, and dissemination of high-quality information regarding important public health issues and topics that will ultimately advance and responsibly inform public health research, policy, and practice.

    S1.E1 - My experience with COVID-19 public hotline duty at the Minnesota Department of Health

    S1.E1 - My experience with COVID-19 public hotline duty at the Minnesota Department of Health

    This episode is part of the COVID-19 Student Stories Mini Series.

    • 6 min
    S1.E2 - Access to health information for HIV populations in China

    S1.E2 - Access to health information for HIV populations in China

    The topic of this episode is access to health information for HIV populations in China. We talk with Richie Xu, a Masters of Public Health student at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health who conducted this research in China.

    • 20 min
    S1.E6 - Health Policy and the Media

    S1.E6 - Health Policy and the Media

    The topic of this episode is the media and its impact on health policy. We talk with Margaret Tait, a PhD student in health services research and policy administration at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.

    • 23 min
    S1.E5 - Healthcare Economics

    S1.E5 - Healthcare Economics

    The topic of this episode is healthcare economics. We talk with Dr. Steven Trobiani, a practicing neurologist who also has a background and interest in healthcare economics. We also talk with Dr. John Nyman, an economist and professor in the Division of Health Policy and Management at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.

    • 44 min
    S1.E4 - Rural Health

    S1.E4 - Rural Health

    The topic of this episode is rural health with an additional focus on women’s and maternal health in rural settings. We talk with Dr. Carrie Henning-Smith from the Rural Health Research Center based at the University of Minnesota. We also talk with Julia Interrante, a researcher at the Rural Health Research Center who focuses on women’s and maternal health in rural areas.

    • 41 min
    S1.E3 - Opioids in America

    S1.E3 - Opioids in America

    The topic of this episode is the opioid epidemic in the United States. We talk with Colin Planalp from SHADAC (State Health Access Data Assistance Center) based at the University of Minnesota and Dr. Victor Sandler, a physician boarded in palliative care at Fairview Home Care and Hospice in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    • 42 min

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