The Army's Journey

Thomas F. Army, Jr., is an adjunct assistant professor of history at Quinebaug Valley Community College. His latest project, Engineering Victory: How Technology Won the Civil War is available now. In researching my book, Engineering Victory: How Technology Won the Civil War , I visited several...Read more

More Than Campaign Promises: Health Reform and Health Equity

By Daniel E. Dawes and Erika Brown Pringle Attorney Daniel E. Dawes is the executive director of health policy and external affairs at Morehouse School of Medicine and a lecturer within Morehouse's Satcher Health Leadership Institute and Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine. He...Read more

Faith and Pediatric Death

In a recent issue of the journal Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics , a pair of researchers at the University of Alabama Birmingham shared their study of " Physician Religion and End-of-Life Pediatric Care ." The project took a look at how the religion and spirituality of physicians could influence...Read more


Robin W. Coleman is our Acquisitions Editor for Public Health and Health Policy. He also regularly bikes to the office. In honor of #BikeToWorkDay2016, he shares his thoughts on biking and public health. There’s an old line that goes, “My car runs on money and makes me fat, but my bike runs on fat...Read more

Tackling Librarian Values

When the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the American Library Association’s (ALA) “ Core Values of Librarianship ” came and went without any scholarly or professional attention, University of Windsor librarians Selinda A. Berg and Heidi LM Jacobs , decided to look into questions about the...Read more