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The Pandemic’s Toll: Study Documents Fatality Rates of Teachers, Child Care Workers in 2020

Child care workers were more likely than the typical American worker to die of COVID in 2020, according to new research. Among over 1 million child care workers, 405 died from COVID in 2020, the study found, using data from nearly every state. That translates to 38 deaths for every 100,000 child care workers. Jobs with the highest mortality rates included cooks, security guards, nursing aides, ...

Webinar: Making the Case for Public Health: Framing and Language Recommendation

To defend and protect the role of public health in our society, it is increasingly important that public health practitioners, researchers, and supporters are able to describe the import of well-resourced public health infrastructure as well as the devastating consequences for our society if public health is weakened. Join Berkeley Media Studies Group and Real Language for the webinar Making th...

Studies Show Investment in Public Health can Prevent Foodborne Illness Outbreaks

A new study from the Colorado School of Public Health shows investment in public health programs helps prevent the spread of foodborne illnesses. The study, publishing in the Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal, evaluated the structural and outbreak factors associated with reporting foodborne outbreaks. The study found that the number and types of foodborne outbreaks reported varied substantia...

Oakland, CA Declares Racism a Public Health Crisis

Oakland has declared a new public health crisis in the California town: racism. Last week, members of the Oakland City Council voted without opposition to declare the public health crisis and vow to work on studies and actions that advance racial equity. The resolution also sets aside as much as $350,000 in the city budget for a data analyst and consulting services to support the government as ...

Past Recorded Trainings & Resources Available Online

NPHIC’s capacity building training series for health communicators has concluded for now, but all of the recorded training sessions are available at www.comms-connect.org. Find past trainings like “Leading through a Pandemic: Teamwork and Crisis Communication,” and “Dealing with Stress and Burnout in the Digital Age” on the website. You can review these recordings at your own pace and request t...

2021 CPSTF Report to Congress Including a Children’s Mental Health Spotlight

Just released, the 2021 Annual Report to Congress of the Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) features a spotlight on children’s mental health and highlights CPSTF recommendations for school-based cognitive behavioral therapy programs that can help improve children’s access to mental health services. The report summarizes CPSTF’s work in fiscal year 2021, including nine recommendati...

Scientists Push to Rename Monkeypox Viruses

A group of scientists from Africa and elsewhere are urging the scientific community and world health leaders to drop the stigmatizing language used to differentiate monkeypox viruses and are even advocating renaming the virus itself. In a position paper published online on Friday, the group proposed abandoning the existing names for monkeypox virus clades — West Africa and Congo Basin — and rep...

The 'Mortality Gap' Between Republican and Democratic Counties is Widening, Study Says

A new study found deaths rates are improving faster in Democratic counties than Republican ones. Experts are calling this phenomenon the "mortality gap," and say state policies, individual health decisions and a shift in party demographics may be widening it. Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital looked at mortality rates using data from the CDC and the Massachusetts Institute of Techno...

2022 Recommended Immunization Schedules Now Available for Ordering

Printed copies of CDC’s 2022 Recommended Immunization Schedules are now available for ordering. The schedules’ format has been changed to a landscape style booklet. The booklets include an appendix that contains guidelines for contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines. Visit the Immunization Schedules Homepage to view, download and print the 2022 schedules. The schedules are a...
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