Public health interventions don’t just happen. Understanding how to effectively translate your research to populations that need it most is paramount to the strategy.

PHX Perspectives | February 28th, 2018

Lifelong Learning

Recent Boston University School of Public Health graduate shares her point of view on what lifelong learning means to her and how SPH supports their alumni with opportunities for personal and professional growth with initiatives like PHX.

Practically Speaking | December 15th, 2017

Networking with LinkedIn

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.

Practically Speaking | September 26th, 2017

Social Media

Whether you’re doing it for yourself or for your organization or institution, understanding how to use social media to reach your audience can be an invaluable tool.

Free Associations Podcast | September 26th, 2017

Is this the paper that launched a thousand anti-vaxxers?

Matt, Chris, and Don discuss the paper that set off the MMR and autism controversy, dive deep into the peer review system, and Chris and Don leave Matt scratching more than his head with their Amazing and Amusing contributions.

Free Associations Podcast | September 12th, 2017

A glass of wine a day keeps the doctor away?

Matt, Chris, and Don dig into the latest study on whether alcohol is good for your heart, discuss what kinds of health studies the media likes to report on and review the harshest peer reviewer feedback we can find.

Practically Speaking | June 20th, 2017

Communicating Science

Scientists and academics have a responsibility to share the meaning and implications of their work. This requires knowing how to communicate complex material in clear, engaging ways that invite the public to the conversation.

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