COVID-19 has laid bare the vulnerability of our oral health system and compounded existing barriers leading to poor oral and overall health, especially for our at-risk populations. However, over the
With a health equity lens, through this brief, we seek to identify and uncover the impact of COVID-19 on the oral health needs, capacity, and infrastructure in Texas, highlight best-practices, and
The psychological and social effects of COVID-19 have emerged as a challenge to be met with as much tenacity as the disease itself. This issue brief describes the impact of COVID-19 on
An eight-course learning series framed using a Texas coastal lens for public health, first responder, emergency response and preparedness professionals, and healthcare practitioners.
The Safe Water Program Improvement e-Learning Series includes nine courses on safer well water through stronger public health programs.
A closer look at the health differences between women who have served and women who have not served.
This training—Vector Control for Environmental Health Professionals—emphasizes the use of integrated pest management to address public health pests and vectors that spread pathogens, including Zika virus and others.
The Health of Those Who Have Served Report focuses on three of the four determinants: Behaviors, Clinical Care, and Policy to provide a picture of veterans’ health.
Guidance for Integrating Culturally Diverse Communities into Planning for and Responding to Emergencies: A Toolkit
The disproportionate destruction and costs in lives and quality of life for racially and ethnically diverse communities resulting from Hurricane Katrina and other recent public health events have served as