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Free Associations Podcast | March 12th, 2019

What can we learn about asthma from the Amish?

Matt, Chris, and Don look at a study among the Amish to look for causes of asthma, the gang discuss an update to Plan S, and Chris notices an interesting pattern around STI transmission.

PHX Perspectives | March 7th, 2019

Teach Online at SPH

The Office of Lifelong Learning has multiple opportunities for faculty to develop online courses in both the degree and professional and continuing education space. BUSPH faculty are invited to a short, informative workshop on online education on May 1st, 2019 (location TBD). This will also allow an opportunity to meet with the faculty already engaged in online learning opportunities.

Free Associations Podcast | February 26th, 2019

Can e-cigarettes help people quit smoking?

Matt, Chris, and Don look at a study that tested whether e-cigarettes are better than traditional approaches for helping people quit smoking, the gang discuss the value of “null” findings, and Matt has a message for cheaters.

Free Associations Podcast | February 12th, 2019

Peanut allergy desensitization

Matt, Chris, and Don look at a study of a desensitization treatment for those with peanut allergy, the gang discuss whether artificial intelligence will replace us, and Matt learns how quickly he can put us all to sleep with a boring conference talk.

PHX Perspectives | February 2nd, 2019

Celebrating Two Years of PHX

Two full years of brainstorming, collaborating, creating and delivering public health resources to users around the globe – and, we are just getting started.

Free Associations Podcast | January 29th, 2019

A breakthrough for Alzheimer’s treatment?

Matt, Chris, and Don look at a study that used an antibody to treat Alzheimer’s disease, the gang goes back to the well to talk about conflicts of interest, and Matt tells us the secret to good course evaluations!

Free Associations Podcast | January 15th, 2019

One week break: back in two weeks!

We took a break from recording this week as we have a lot going on – the holidays, end of semester crunch, and Matt relocating for a 6 month sabbatical to the UK. We’ll be back in 2 weeks with another episode so tune in!

Practically Speaking | January 3rd, 2019

Understanding the Exposure Disease Pathway

How do environmental health professionals discover and address problems like the Flint water crisis? Dr. Jennifer Schlezinger explains an essential framework called the Exposure Disease Pathway.

Free Associations Podcast | January 1st, 2019

Is ADHD over-diagnosed?

Matt, Chris, and Don look at a study using month of birth to explore whether attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is over-diagnosed, the gang discusses a study on how patients feel about having their clinical trial data shared, and Don enlightens us on which Legos taste best.

Teaching Excellence in Public Health | December 19th, 2018

Peer Review of Teaching

Peer review of teaching is a process destined to improve instructional effectiveness of faculty and constitutes part of instructional mentorship and development. The included resources were retrieved from ASPPH Academic Affairs members.

Free Associations Podcast | December 18th, 2018

Are organic foods the answer to cancer?

Matt, Chris, and Don look at a study of the effects of eating organic foods on risk of cancer, the gang discusses the role of data safety and monitoring boards in clinical trials, and Matt gives his shortest amazing and amusing ever.

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