Video: Considering Health Equity from the Perspective of Occupational Health

David Michaels is keenly interested in the relationships between income, wealth, and equality with public health.  Until a year ago, Michaels served as the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health.  Now a member of the Milken Institute School of Public Health faculty, Michaels discusses the importance of workplace safety and the current state of public health in a new video.

Study Shows Gender Differences in the Use of Parks in High-Poverty Neighborhoods

Study in the journal Women’s Health Issues suggests addressing safety concerns might get more women to use public parks

Ethics and Governance Analysis of Final Revisions to the Common Rule

The Obama Administration’s recent revision of the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, known as the Common Rule, raises the questions of how we, as a society, should best translate ethical principles into law and whether law is the ideal vehicle for pursuing ethical outcomes in the case of human subjects research.   

Presentation on Hospitals’ Role in Improving Community Health

Hospitals can play a key role in improving community health, GW Milken Institute School of Public Health Researcher Maureen Byrnes told attendees at the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics Conference recently held at American University.  

16 Professionals Tapped as Health Equity Fellows

"We are delighted with the experience, diversity, and mission commitment of this class of Leaders for Health Equity Fellows." – Fitzhugh Mullan, MD, the Co-Director of the George Washington University's LHE program