Tag: public health

American Foundation for Firearm Injury Reduction in Medicine | Mission & Vision

American Foundation for Firearm Injury Reduction in Medicine | Mission & Vision

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

Tami enjoyed life. She was a happy — she was a happy person. Very happy. Her mission – now that we look back, and it was pretty straightforward – was to help people. She’s the type of person that would, was a very caring person – a person that believed in people. She believed in […]

how climate affects community health – full video

how climate affects community health – full video

By Bryan Wright 4 Comments February 27, 2020

Widespread scientific consensus tells us the world’s climate is changing. Those changes are creating new health risks in communities across the United States. Extreme weather, unhealthy air quality, and disease outbreaks are becoming more frequent and more severe, affecting more people in more places. Changes to our climate mean our communities need to prepare for […]

Novel Coronavirus Panel at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Novel Coronavirus Panel at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 20, 2020

Welcome to this special broadcast from the Bloomberg School of Health at the Johns Hopkins University, thank you for joining us. I’m Brian Simpson, editor in chief of the Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Magazine and Global Health Now. We’re here to talk about the outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus with some of the Johns […]

WIC Clinic Experience – English

WIC Clinic Experience – English

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 6, 2020

[MUSIC PLAYING] Good afternoon. How are you? I’m good. How are you? Good. I’m here for my appointment. Hi. Good morning. Good morning. Yes, ma’am. How may I help you? Oh, yes, ma’am. I need to apply for WIC. My name is Coushatta. This is my daughter, Cheyenne, and she is two months old. [SPEAKING […]

Ellsworth Medical Clinic — 2012 Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Champion

Ellsworth Medical Clinic — 2012 Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Champion

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment January 6, 2020

[Dr. Christopher Tashjian] We changed our approach and the way we looked at high blood pressure, because as providers were really dedicated yet, we really weren’t getting the results we wanted and we really wanted better results. [Denny Dodge] Every time I come in for whatever aliment I might have, they check my blood pressure. […]

Dr. David R. Williams : The Social Factors of Health

Dr. David R. Williams : The Social Factors of Health

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 3, 2020

The field of behavioral sciences has some of the key answers to some of the major crises that the United States faces, in terms of health. My name is David Williams. My work is looking at social factors that affect health. I think most Americans, when we think about health, we think about medical care. […]

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Introduction to Public Health Laboratories

Introduction to Public Health Laboratories

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 24, 2019

[MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome to the Introduction to Public Health Laboratories course. I work at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the Office of the Associate Director for Science. This course covers the following six topics that will help you understand some basic aspects of public health laboratories. Number one, a public health approach. […]

Kenya Launches Child-Friendly TB Medicine

Kenya Launches Child-Friendly TB Medicine

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 23, 2019

We can win also in TB and I’m so excited that I’ve lived to see this time come and we’re going to have a TB free generation. It gives us really immense pride. As a country, fact is that we are doing it for our children because we owe it to them. The moms in […]