Congratulations to HSR PhD student Catherine Ettman, first author on important study published in JAMA Network Open about depression during the Covid-19 pandemic. After a population-level trauma—like a pandemic or natural disaster—researchers expect a rise in depression, but the mental health toll of #COVID seems far greater than prior mass traumas.
Excited to see our incoming cohort at our first-ever virtual orientation! Moderated by, among others, third-year HSR PhD student Kat Thompson, five of the six members of the 2020 cohort are shown here. Not pictured, Andrew Huang. Read more about this accomplished group of scholars!
HSR student Joe Silva was making news before he even started in the Program. This summer, Joe was lead co-author on a study finding that stay-at-home orders were significantly associated with reduced spread of Covid-19 published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases.
Maricruz Rivera-Hernandez was named the Early Stage Investigator Award winner at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM). The ARM is the largest meeting of health services researchers. For 2020, the ARM was virtual starting on July 28.
Dr. Liz Goldberg, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Services, Policy & Practice was recently featured in InStyle Magazine's article "The Badass 50: Healthcare Workers Who Are Saving the Day." Read more
Thinking about a graduate degree in public health? Join us and dozens of other public health schools for a This Is Public Health Virtual Fair on 7/8! Chat from anywhere with representatives from Brown School of Public Health and the Department of Health Services, Policy & Practice on Wednesday, July 8 from 1 pm-3 pm EST. Register today for this free event!