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.
ColoradoSPH Dean Jonathan Samet was a guest on New York Public Radio WNYC for a story investigating the health implications of 5G cellular technologies, to posit that more epidemiological research is necessary.
In 2012, the Colorado Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence (CoE)—a partnership between ColoradoSPH at CU Anschutz, CSU and the CDPHE—became one of six CDC designated centers, with responsibility for an 11-state region running through the West from Montana to Texas.
The cancer death rate declined by 31 percent over the last 25 years in the Centennial State. Miles Cockburn, ColoradoSPH professor and co-leader of the CU Cancer Center's Prevention and Control Program, explains what that entails.
For Saskia Bunge-Montes, a 2016 graduate of ColoradoSPH, the best part of a typical day is that it’s not typical at all. Bunge-Montes is Director of Community Programs and Education for the ColoradoSPH’s Center for Global Health and the Center for Human Development, the University of Colorado’s first international public-private partnership.
African-American/black infants in Colorado are two-and-a-half times more likely to die before their first birthday than white infants. The number frames two complicated questions: why the disparity and how to eliminate it?
Since coming under the aegis of ColoradoSPH at the school’s creation in 2008, the Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health have further cemented the role of telehealth in the care of veterans nationally, and in expanding mental health services for remote tribal areas reporting high levels of substance use and trauma.
The Big Decisions program, presented by ColoradoSPH's Center for Global Health, is a 10-lesson curriculum geared to teach adolescents about the importance of being informed before making important life-choices.