Op-ed by MHS Student Molly Gupta published in the Tennessean.

Op-ed by MHS Student Molly Gupta published in the Tennessean “Lax recess requirement won’t help Tennessee students” Read the article Events April 12: MHS Hot Topics: Amit Prasad, “Miracle Cures, Journeys of Hope, and a Cutting-Edge Science: Embryonic Stem...

MHS Professor Behague has published a paper in Health Policy and Planning with co-author Katerini Storeng on the challenges to coordinating global health action for maternal, child and neonatal health.

Read the article MHS Professor Behague has published a paper in Health Policy and Planning with co-author Katerini Storeng on the challenges to coordinating global health action for maternal, child and neonatal health. The paper and a subsequent invited blog posting...

MHS Professor Hamraie visited Syracuse, New York to give a talk on “Disability, Collective Access, and Critical Design” at SUNY-Upstate Medical School (April 19), as well as a workshop at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (April 18), and a brown bag discussion at Syracuse University (April 19).

MHS Professor Hamraie visited Syracuse, New York to give a talk on “Disability, Collective Access, and Critical Design” at SUNY-Upstate Medical School (April 19), as well as a workshop at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (April 18), and a...

MHS Professor Kenneth MacLeish gave a talk last week at Bucknell University’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology on his recent research on special treatment courts that combine judicial supervision with mental health resources for veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

MHS Professor Kenneth MacLeish gave a talk last week at Bucknell University’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology on his recent research on special treatment courts that combine judicial supervision with mental health resources for veterans of the wars in...

Professor Griffith presented at the World Congress on Public Health in Melbourne, Australia on April 5th, 2017 as part of a panel presentation entitled, “Three faces of racism: Addressing racism as a social determinant of health in three countries”

Professor Griffith presented at the World Congress on Public Health in Melbourne, Australia on April 5th, 2017 as part of a panel presentation entitled, “Three faces of racism: Addressing racism as a social determinant of health in three countries.” He...

Professor Griffith published a paper with Heather Came in Social Science & Medicine entitled “Tackling racism as a wicked public health problem: The case for anti-racism praxis,” available online 16 March 2017

Professor Griffith just published a paper with Heather Came in Social Science & Medicine entitled “Tackling racism as a wicked public health problem: The case for anti-racism praxis” Available online 16 March 2017. Read more at Social Science &...

MHS Assistant Professor Tara McKay and Gilbert Gonzalez, Assistant Professor of Health Policy, hosted panel on health care reform featuring TennCare Director Wendy Long, Craig Becker of the Tennessee Hospital Association President, and Eric Harkness of the Tennessee Department of Health Office of Health Policy

MHS Assistant Professor Tara McKay and Gilbert Gonzalez, Assistant Professor of Health Policy, hosted panel on health care reform featuring TennCare Director Wendy Long, Craig Becker of the Tennessee Hospital Association President, and Eric Harkness of the Tennessee...