On Saturday, November 4th, Associate Dean Harold Cox presented Cheryl Sbarra with the Gail Douglas Award. In June 2006, Boston University School of Public Health established an award for excellence in public health practice to acknowledge an outstanding member of the public health practice community. The first recipient was Gail Douglas, an honor she received … Continue reading “Cheryl Sbarra Receives Gail Douglas Award”
Action Alert from the Anti-Defamation League of New England: Support Transgender Equality Exactly one year from today, discrimination will be on the ballot in Massachusetts. Last year, Massachusetts passed an important law protecting our transgender neighbors and friends from discrimination in public spaces like restaurants, retail shops, and doctors’ offices. But now, anti-LGBT extremists have succeeded in … Continue reading “ADL New England: Support Transgender Equality”
“Advocacy is like a baby crying in church,” Harold Cox said to the collected students. “She knows she needs to communicate with Mom to get what she wants, and Mom is interested in helping the baby and giving her what she needs—but she also sees all of these people trying to strain their necks to look back … Continue reading “In the Classroom: Translating Passion into Action”
Kogan says he is hopeful about what the quality management department will be able to accomplish in Malawi.
Getting an interpreter is a protected civil right of patients, but it’s often to not enforced because it’s effectively a “silent” population.