AUTHOR ARCHIVE

Ivana Castellanos

Climate Change / Guest Post


Climate changes tribal and indigenous health
by

Louise Dettman

on

April 24, 2018

A look at priorities in tribal public health.
Kate Robb

Guest Post / Environment


Celebrate Earth Day!
by

Louise Dettman

on

April 20, 2018

Commit to protecting our environment.
Marcus Franklin

Environment / Guest Post


Fumes across the fence-line
by

Louise Dettman

on

March 01, 2018

Health impacts from oil and gas air pollution on fence-line communities
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Water Safety / Food / Guest Post


Collaboration is the key to safe water
by

Louise Dettman

on

February 08, 2018

Over 6 million US homes still get their water through lead pipes; we can change this.
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All Things APHA


Public Health Preparedness: Case Studies in Policy and Management
by

Louise Dettman

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February 01, 2018

A Q&A with the editors of a new book released by APHA Press.
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All Things APHA


Preventing Alcohol-Related Problems: Evidence and Community-Based Initiatives
by

Louise Dettman

on

January 22, 2018

A Q&A with the editors of a new release by APHA Press.
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Climate Change / Guest Post


Investing in climate resilience
by

Louise Dettman

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January 17, 2018

Climate-smart health care saves lives and profit margins.
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Climate Change / Guest Post


Tribal resiliency in a changing climate
by

Louise Dettman

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January 10, 2018

“Indigenizing” climate change impact assessment
APHA 2017 Annual Meeting and Expo

Annual Meeting


Public health and planning: Partnering for better health
by

Louise Dettman

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November 08, 2017

Active transportation has proven health benefits, benefits the environment and provides economic benefit to communities. Luckily, public health professionals and the planning community are working together to make those benefits a reality.
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Annual Meeting / Climate Change


Turning up the heat on creative climate messaging
by

Louise Dettman

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November 08, 2017

Extreme heat may be one of the leading causes of weather-related deaths, but public health workers are still struggling to find prevention messaging that resonates with the public
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Annual Meeting


Advocates: Green jobs should be safe for environment and for workers
by

Louise Dettman

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November 07, 2017

As our nation moves toward greener power sources like solar and wind, “no worker or community should be roadkill on the path to a better future.”
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Annual Meeting / Child Health / Environment


Making children's environmental health a priority
by

Louise Dettman

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November 07, 2017

A staggering 1.7 million children younger than 5 die around the globe each year due to environmental causes, with lower respiratory infections and diarrheal disease the top killers.