In the wake of a CDC announcement that Americans should start preparing for a U.S. of coronavirus COVID-19, HSMP professor Glen Mays writes about what "preparedness" means for different areas of the country.
While the use of genetically targeted drugs and immunotherapy to treat lung cancer is increasing, patients in high-poverty areas or not being treated at National Cancer Institute centers are still missing out.
Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Systems, Management & Policy Glen Mays was interviewer by Popular Science about the effect natural disasters might have on a sytsem already stretched thin by a pandemic
Together, with the Center for Bioethics and Humanities, ColoradoSPH is launching a new column, "Ask the Ethicist," to spark discussion about the many ethical challenges that are faced while working in public health.
Beginning with the 2019-2020 application cycle, ColoradoSPH is eliminating the GRE as an admissions requirement for the MPH and DrPH graduate programs in an effort to recruit the most diverse student body possible.