UC Berkeley: Combat public health challenges with an online MPH

UC Berkeley: Combat public health challenges with an online MPH

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the world’s urgent need for public health professionals. Healthcare systems, including ones in the world’s…

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Berkeley Public Health Experts Weigh in on COVID-19

Berkeley Public Health Experts Weigh in on COVID-19

Since December 2019, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has gripped the world, spreading to over 150 countries, with over 440,000 confirmed…

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How a surgeon saw an MBA as key to his future in healthcare

How a surgeon saw an MBA as key to his future in healthcare

By Susan Petty | 2/13/2020 | Executive, Health care Before business school, Howard “Nando” Cooke, EMBA 19, had a highly…

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Dr. Michael Lu returns to Berkeley as new public health dean

Dr. Michael Lu returns to Berkeley as new public health dean

May 1, 2019 Michael C. Lu MD, MS, MPH '92, a national visionary in maternal and child health, will join…

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Just Launched! A free training module series on MCAH Life Course Perspective, Practice, & Leadership

Just Launched! A free training module series on MCAH Life Course Perspective, Practice, & Leadership

[maxbutton id="1" url="https://berkeleyphw.catalog.instructure.com/browse/mcah/courses/mcah" text="Enroll Now" ]   UC Berkeley's School of Public Health and its Center of Excellence in Maternal, Child, and Adolescent…

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Social Justice and Health Equity – A talk with Sir Michael Marmot

Social Justice and Health Equity – A talk with Sir Michael Marmot

The UC Berkeley School of Public Health is among the first schools of public health in the United States to…

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4 Reasons to Invest in a Public Health Career

4 Reasons to Invest in a Public Health Career

If you’re considering a career in public health or looking to get more deeply involved in the field, you’ve probably…

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How to make the roots of inequality more visible in the news

How to make the roots of inequality more visible in the news

by: Lauryn Claassen posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 in Berkeley media studies group blog Think about a public health or social…

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Berkeley’s Online MPH Professor on the State of Global Health

Berkeley’s Online MPH Professor on the State of Global Health

The World Health Organization declared four global health emergencies during the past decade—two, Ebola and Zika, in just the past…

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Living the #healthcareforall Mindset

Living the #healthcareforall Mindset

Graduate Bryanna Samborski Making Specialty Healthcare a Reality for Underserved Due to the ongoing efforts by Redwood Community Health Coalition, nearly…

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Why You Need to Understand Health Policy

Why You Need to Understand Health Policy

The passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) more than five years ago shook up the U.S. healthcare system as we…

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National Initiatives Take Aim at Lack of Disaster Preparedness in Public Health

National Initiatives Take Aim at Lack of Disaster Preparedness in Public Health

The Need for Increased Disaster and Emergency Preparedness According to the American Red Cross, more than 200 million people globally…

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