23 – General Edition

Edition 23, General

Edition 23 addresses a wide range of varied public health issues. Be it through op-eds, studies, and case reports, an array of topics including: polypharmacy, structural violence, medical debt, effective patient-caregiver communication, and the dietary habits of minority populations, have all been presented in the hopes of gaining awareness and promoting interest around these challenges.


Catherine Tsasis, Associate Editor, HPHR

Acculturation, Familial Support, and Unhealthful Dietary Patterns: Evaluating Notable Trends in a Latino Population By Lauren E. Miller, Maud Joachim-Célestin, Marisol Lara,

Optimizing Big Data to Inform the Plausibility of Patient Debt By Sebastián R. Díaz and Vikrant Bhatnagar Citation Díaz S and Bhatnagar

Culturally Sensitive Cooking Classes to Increase Healthy Cooking Confidence in the Latino Community By Christine Nguyen, Arram Noshirvan, Julia Tong, Jason Blanks,

The Importance of Effective Communication in Healthcare Practice By Haran Ratna Citation Ratna H. The importance of effective communication in healthcare practice. Harvard

Conflicts of Patient-Caregiver Communication and Some Workable Solutions By Vanessa Collins Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin

Case Report of Non-Communicable Diseases in Uganda: Addressing Challenges with Access to Healthcare and How Community Health Workers May Be a Potential

In the Context of Palliative Care By Ian Wee Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation