What’s Next? The Future of Public Health - Highlights

Prominent, attitude-shaping writers visited the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on June 9, 2016 to cap off its centennial year celebration by sharing bold opinions related to pandemics, mental health and social justice. Here are highlights of the half-day event that was moderated by Julie Rovner, senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News, and featured author Sonia Shah, NPR News investigative correspondent Laura Sullivan, and New York Times national political reporter Yamiche Alcindor.

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Luis Pando M.D.
October 4, 2016

Mexico should be considered a war zone with imigrant crisis and one of the hottest zones for human rights violation.We are aware that current government attents against population by reducing budget to education and health with a double speech in order to protect economical interests.Applies as well with Irak total casualties for international intervention through WHO and NGO´s.Neoliberal criteria has augmented poverty to 62 million.

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