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“Silent Warriors”? America’s “Health Army”?
June 14, 2023

magine being one of the American medical personnel sent to West Africa during the early days of Ebola, the stuff of horror films: We don’t know much about this thing but we do know it will kill you… gruesomely. Go and figure out how to save the healthcare workers from getting infected, and, while you’re at it, prevent it from coming to the USA. There’s a plane wa

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A Must-Read?A Review of Pathogenesis: A History of the World in Eight Plagues
May 17, 2023

It’s so enticing to embrace a theory that invites you to throw out everything you were forced to learn about history in school and to replace it with something new. And hence we are invited to rethink human history in Pathogenesis: A History of the World in Eight Plagues. No more “Great Men” as drivers of change; no, not when we have Great Germs.

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Are you happy in your job? The art of embracing something different
March 22, 2023

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After the Adrenaline is Gone: How to reinvigorate vax programs
February 23, 2023

Print or view this article as a PDF There wasn’t a parade for America’s vaccinators, but there should have been. Thanks

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How Cool: Vaccines Prevent “The Seven Ghastlies”
January 18, 2023

Today we get to visit with Dr. Scott Hamstra, STChealth Medical Advisor and a man with a gift for offering us new ways to talk about vaccines. Let’s start with some enthusiasm, with Dr. Hamstra saying, “Just how cool is our science these days – we’ve learned how to prevent some cancers!”

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Best of IIN 2022
December 14, 2022

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The Rise of Pharmacies for Vax Access What’s Next?
November 15, 2022

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Pilot Testing the Future: Better data takes on opioids, Covid and Whatever comes next
September 22, 2022

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How Much More Public Health will $4 Billion Buy You?
August 25, 2022

Is this the best time ever to work in public health? Let’s discuss.

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