National Academy of Medicine

Public Health 3.0: A Call to Action for Public Health to Meet the Challenges of the 21st Century

Public health is what we do together as a society to ensure the conditions in which everyone can be healthy. Although many sector
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Breaking a Culture of Silence: The Role of State Medical Boards

Introduction By Sandeep P. Kishore The NAM Perspectives paper “Breaking the Culture of Silence on Physician Suicide” [1] brought together f
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The Interplay of Community Trauma, Diet, and Physical Activity: Solutions for Public Health

Diet- and activity-related illnesses—such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, and type 2 diabetes—can shorten life
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Interventions Aimed at Reducing Antimicrobial Usage and Resistance in Production Animals in Denmark

    Antimicrobial Usage and Interventions: A Brief History from 1950 to the Present Antimicrobials for
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Alternatives to Antibiotics: Why and How

  The antibiotic resistance problem is caused by the evolution and transfer of genes that confer resistance to medically important antibiotics into human pathogen
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Health Literacy Insights for Health Crises

  Introduction Typically, the authorities and experts on public health practices are public health officials. The public expects these officials to offer impor
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Health Literacy and the Arts: An Intersection Worth Exploring

  Introduction In recent years, health literacy is increasingly viewed as aligning complexities and tasks with people’s skills and abilities.
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Improving Collaboration among Health Communication, Health Education, and Health Literacy

  Health communication, health education, and health literacy are rooted in a common understanding of human commun
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