Monthly Archives: August 2010

SPHTM Prepares for Disaster Recovery in Haiti

As the crisis in Haiti moves beyond initial emergency response, Tulane’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine prepares to assist in the second phase of disaster recovery. Carl Kendall, professor of international health and development and director of Tulane’s … Continue reading

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Globally Speaking

By Deirdre Boling Global health. Two little words that get a lot of attention. They appear in our standard tagline, a commitment to global health; in our centennial tagline Century of Commitment to Global Health; and as the name of … Continue reading

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Taylor Examines Family Dynamics of Spanking

By Keith Brannon Catherine Taylor, assistant professor of community health sciences, has garnered attention for a pair of recent studies on spanking. In “Mothers’ Spanking of 3-Year-Old Children and Subsequent Risk of Children’s Aggressive Behavior,” Taylor found that children who … Continue reading

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Global Health Spring/Summer 2010

Frederique Jacquerioz has published a report in the Cochrane Library that compares the adverse effects of three anti-malaria drugs. Continue reading

Posted in Spring 2010