Blog articles tagged with: prevention

D&I and HIV

July 3, 2019

RANK Pathway

June 24, 2019

Scaling Up Cancer Prevention

April 19, 2016

How do we use what we already know to make the goal of the 2016 “Cancer Moonshot” initiative a reality?

It Is an Opportune Time for Public Health to Engage Young People on Social Media

March 8, 2016

Public health professionals should investigate ways to utilize social media to get important messages to young people.

PrEP

Access to PrEP: A “Game Changer” for HIV

December 10, 2015

Pre-exposure prophylaxis, also known as PrEP, is the use of antiviral medications to prevent HIV before someone is exposed. Scholar Rupa Patel, MD, offers an overview of PReP and related challenges, and three people share their stories learning about and obtaining the drug.

Communication about Threats: Keep it Simple, Visual, and Specific

November 5, 2015

Three helpful tips from a communications expert on how to best convey key messages about public health threats and preparedness.

Replacing Superfoods with Science

August 13, 2015

Cancer and public health expert Graham Colditz offers five evidence-based recommendations for a diet that will help prevent cancer.

Aging with HIV

March 19, 2015
Katie Plax looks over papers with Adam Kepka

Getting to Know the SPOT

February 6, 2015