Meaningful Involvement of People with HIV (MIPA) is a set of principles for including people living with HIV in all decisions regarding the HIV epidemic. In the global discourse, MIPA is referred to as the greater involvement of people with HIV(GIPA).
As a community organizer, I have the opportunity to work alongside many interesting people from all over the country, but a few weeks ago, I had the privilege of meeting Marcella Zimmerman, a young advocate for social justice and the health and human right living in my hometown of Kansas City. Marcella has a special concern for young people and works at the intersection of youth and HIV.
In the following, I offer four ways in which physicians should address the rise of A.I. and ensure its appropriate and just application for patients.
With geographic and training bottlenecks in the supply of adequately licensed therapists, numerous healthcare tech startups are exploring the role that A.I. may play in therapy delivery.
Techquity has become the a priori underpinning of the health tech industry. It refers to the idea that healthcare tech is a driver of equitable care when designed appropriately.
Kate Okorie – How to Frame Advocacy Messages About Climate Change: Providing Evidence on Its Health Consequences
Advocacy messages centered around the health impacts of climate change can lead to increased engagement with climate change issues and support for mitigation policies.
Kate Okorie – How to Frame Advocacy Messages About Climate Change: Guerilla Tactics Used by the Just Stop Oil Group
Despite their success in raising public awareness about climate change, Just Stop Oil faces the potential risk of alienating the people they need to support their objectives.
The detrimental impact of air pollution is already evident, so it is no longer an option for cities to stick with unhealthy practices. Embracing the shift towards clean air is not only beneficial for health but also for the economy.
Public health institutions treat health literacy like a set of skills. But a community-centered approach can help us build long-term resilience and advance health equity.
Artists have a lot to teach public health professionals about the transformative power of arts beyond acting as a hook for health communication.