Rohini Haar — Health Legacies of War
5 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Our scholars are currently working in a comparative, cross-national context to examine why programs like Medicare appear immune from political pressures, while others – such as evidence-based medicine – seem deeply vulnerable; how societal coalitions can be built to improve health policy; and how innovative solutions can be developed to address acute healthcare crises associated with natural disasters and human conflict.
"Public Health and Public Trust: Survey Evidence from the Ebola Virus Disease Epidemic in Liberia", Social Science & Medicine, vol. 172, 11/14/2016, Peer Reviewed, Published
"Patterns of Demand for Non-Ebola Health Services During and After the Ebola Outbreak: Panel Survey Evidence from Monrovia, Liberia", BMJ Global Health, vol. 1, 05/18/2016, Peer Reviewed, Published
"International Health Organizations as Purposive and Strategic Actors: Theoretical Gains and Methodological Implications", Hygiea Internationalis, vol. 13, no. 1, pp 19-47, 12/07/2016, Peer Reviewed
January 24, 2022 New York Times
January 14, 2022 Providence Business News
January 11, 2022 Providence Journal
September 28, 2020
Management of Cholera and Severe Diarrheal Disease
Access to Medicines in the Global South