Why has the media recently described suicide as a public health crisis despite its rarity on the population level? Dr. Jaimie Gradus, Associate Professor of Epidemiology at BUSPH, shares three key points on understanding this epidemic and what researchers are doing to help prevent future deaths.
It is more important than ever to study and develop prevention initiatives for intimate partner violence (IPV) in an accurate, safe, and ethical way. Nafisa Halim shares three key points about researching IPV.
Networking is important for everyone, including public health professionals. Whether you’re happy with your current position or job searching, an up-to-date profile on LinkedIn can help you grow your professional network.
We all know that everyone experiences stress on a daily basis—from our work or our extracurricular activities, and news of recent tragic events. Research indicates that stress can have a real impact on our physical and mental health as well as our relationships, leading us to be less compassionate.