Health Begins at Home

Announcer: Home is where the heart is, where Americans experience more than half their lives — sharing their hopes, their dreams. For a majority of Americans, health begins at home. Each year, home hazards cause millions of injuries and illnesses across the nation, and many are preventable. A clean and safe home is where good…

Where Democratic presidential candidates stand on health care reform

JUDY WOODRUFF: Next, we return to a new series we’re launching on the policy positions of the 2020 presidential candidates. Tonight, Lisa Desjardins explores the various approaches to reforming health care coverage that some prominent contenders are advocating. First, some background. LISA DESJARDINS: In the big-name, big-field Democratic race for president, health care is the…

What people miss about the gender wage gap

When we talk about gender equality in the US there’s this one statistic you see all the time: “Women earn 79 cents for every dollar men make.” And while that statistic is factually correct, there’s a lot it doesn’t tell you. It simply compares the median wages of men and women who work full time.…

Public Health Approaches to Reducing U.S. Infant Mortality

>>>GOOD AFTERNOON. I’M JOHN ISKANDER AND IT’S MY PLEASURE TO WELCOME YOU TO THE OCTOBER 2012 SESSION OF CDC’S PUBLIC HEALTH GRAND ROUNDS. AS A REMINDER, CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS FOR GRAND ROUNDS ARE AVAILABLE FOR MULTIPLE PROFESSIONAL DISCIPLINES. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONSULT THE GRAND ROUNDS WEBSITE. GRAND ROUNDS ALSO HAS AN ACTIVE AND GROWING…

Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea: An Urgent Public Health Issue

Gonorrhea is a major public health concern in the United States. More than 800,000 new infections occur each year, but because many people don’t have symptoms, fewer than half are detected and reported to CDC. Untreated gonorrhea can cause serious health problems. For women, it can increase their risk for a life-threatening ectopic pregnancy. And…

The Social Determinants of Good Health

LET’S GET RIGHT GOT PROGRAM NOW. GUYS, THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR COMING ON BOARD. >>Dr. Lindsay: THANK YOU.>>Mekbib: THANKS FOR HAVING US. >>Terrance: LET’S GET RIGHT TO THE WHOLE TOPIC HERE. I THINK IT’S IMPORTANT, DR. LINDSAY, THAT WE EXAMINE AND REVIEW DEFINITIONS OF THINGS LIKE HEALTH DISPARITIES, HELD INEQUALITIES AND HEALTH INEQUITY.…

2018 Public Health Ethics Forum, Part 1

>>Welcome to our 2018 Public Health Ethics Forum, Minority, Elders, and Healthy Aging, sponsored by the Office of Minority Health and Health Equity, and the National Center for Bioethics in Research and Healthcare at Tuskegee University. I’m Craig Wilkins, senior advisor within the Office of Minority Health and Health Equity, and will be serving as…

Culturally-competent Health Provider Communication

Hi everyone. On behalf of the National Diabetes Education Program and especially our Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander stakeholder group, welcome. As the population in the United States becomes more diverse we’re going to have a greater need for culturally competent communication. So we’re very excited to be able to offer this webinar.…

AIIMS-All India Institute of Medical Sciences Recruitment Notification – Medical jobs, Exams

Hello all this is neelima from freshersworld.com welcome to our video channel on jobs and careers today i am bringing you the methods in which you can apply for AIIMS “All India Institutes of Medical Sciences is a group of public medical colleges for higher education and healthcare. It was established in 1956. Though AIIMS…

2018 Public Health Ethics Forum, Part 2

>>At this point I would like to introduce Dr. Karen Bouye who’s going to be presenting some student poster awards. [ Applause ]>>Good afternoon. Today we’ve witnessed the amazing work of our poster presenters, the young scholars, as Dr. Warren says. The students have done an excellent job in preparing and presenting the work. They…