Author Archives: srholman

Thy will knows no end in me.

“I thought that my voyage had come to its end at the last limit of my power – that the path before me was closed, that provisions were exhausted and the time come to take refuge in silent obscurity. But … Continue reading

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Flint Water Crisis: Case Study

I was inspired and enriched to hear and meet Marc Edwards of Flint Water Study fame at the “Thirst for Clean Water” symposium in northwest Indiana this weekend! The event reminded me that the case study and teaching tools colleague Rachel Gordon … Continue reading

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Reflections: Medicine & Religion Conference

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AJPH Podcast: Are FBOs compatible with Public Health?

Well, it’s complicated. Click below to listen to the February 2019 podcast, where AJPH editor Alfredo Morabia asks this question of  Drs. William Foege, Robert Pyne, Ellen Idler, and Mimi Kiser: PODCAST-ENGLISH-FEBRUARY-2019_HC WORKERS – 1_13_19, 8.45 PM.mp3 The podcast is … Continue reading

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Webcast on Religion & Public Health Partnerships! April 3, 2019

Free webcast on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 to celebrate and discuss the March 2019 American Journal of Public Health special section on “Faith-based organizations and Public Health Practice.”  The  webcast,”Finding Common Ground:  Partnerships  in  Religion  and Public Health,” will be … Continue reading

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Community Health Course Free Online

 Community Health Academy  Reimagining the education of community health workers and leaders for the digital age. Registration is now open for the Community Health Academy’s first free, online course through HarvardX and edX, Strengthening Community Health Worker Programs to Deliver … Continue reading

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Climate change for children, 1924: Revisited

  A driller named Doyle made a fortune in oil And built a great mansion so high That sparks flying bright from his chimney at night Burned a hole in the top of the sky Frederick J. Forster, On the … Continue reading

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