Great post about actual vs. perceived risk and amplification by the media. There is a large disconnect between what gets covered in the media and the day-to-day reality for most. How do causes of death in the US match with media coverage and what people search for online? Source: Does the news reflect what we …
Food for thought.
At last! Validation! (Russian Studies major checking in...) Source: Pre‐medical majors in the humanities and social sciences: impact on communication skills and specialty choice - Hirshfield - - Medical Education - Wiley Online Library
This post concerns my father-in-law, Dr. Richard ("Dick") Morrow. He died recently from a fairly rapidly progressive illness that, while surprising and cruel, nonetheless afforded him time to say goodbye to close colleagues and family. It occurred to me to write this post because, while I know a decent amount about his work from stories …
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Family Violence Prevention Fund: Features: New Tool for Public Health Professionals (tags: family violence domestic intimate partner ipv public health)
Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics A very cool statistics simulator - useful methinks, for EBM courses. (tags: calculator education online reference statistics teaching tutorial)