Tag Archives: Columbia University School of Public Health

New Health Law Is Sending Many Back to School

One of the reasons so many of us have chosen to attend the Columbia Executive Masters in Public Health Program is that we realized just how important it is to keep our education and skills current and razor sharp in the … Continue reading

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Michael Sparer. . .prescient?

How nice to read about the prescience of our own beloved Michael Sparer in a recent blogpost by the Incidental Economist (who is wonderfully fundamental imho). The post references a 2003 Health Affairs article by Dr. Sparer and Lawrence Brown … Continue reading

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The Columbia EMPH Health Care Research Delegation has just returned from Havana, Cuba. During our 8 day visit, we met with various health care leaders representing the Cuban Public Health System.  Our 17 member team was composed of professors, alumni, … Continue reading

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Columbia MPH Professors Identify Reasons For Poor Life-Expectancy Rankings For Americans

LIFE EXPECTANCY In an article published in the November issue of Health Affairs and featured in the New York Times this week, Columbia University professors in the School of Public Health discuss their findings for the cause of the low life-expectancy … Continue reading

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