Harvard Health Policy Review
A forum for the most pressing issues in health and health policy.
- Are All Diseases Political? Reflection on Health, Politics and International Relations
Muhamed Almaliky, MD
- The Rhetoric of “Crisis” and Implementing the Affordable Care Act
David A. Rochefort, PhD
- The MGH Response on Marathon Monday--Lessons Learned
Alasdair Conn, MD
- Emergency Deparments in Times of Crisis: Are They Prepared?
- Lesson on information utilization from the Fukushima nuclear crisis
- Addressing the Problem of Overburdened Emergency Departments with Respect to Economically Disadvantaged Patients
Wen Min Chen
- Avian Influenza Pandemic Planning and Controlling in the Developing World: Are We Ready for The Next Pandemic?
Quang N. Nguyen
- Reimagining Emergency Health Policy: A Focus on Population Mental Health
Sasha Rudenstine, Ph.D., Sandro Galea, MD, DrPH
- Health Policy and the Syrian Chemical Weapons Crisis
David P. Fidler, M.Phil., J.D.
- Emergency Health Policy and Services: An Historical Perspective from China
John R. Watt, Ph.D.
- Digital Epidemiology and Infectious Disease Outbreaks
John Brownstein, PhD, Sumiko Mekaru, DVM, PhD, Anna F. Tomasulo, MPH
What We Do?
The Harvard Health Policy Review is dedicated to broadening awareness of health policy issues. We aim to educate the Harvard community about health care policy and to stimulate thinking among our outside readership about the pressing health care questions facing the nation and the world.
The semi-annual journal strives to publish high-quality articles covering the entire spectrum of health policy issues and is designed to appeal to audiences with different degrees of familiarity with the subjects of health care and health policy.
Subject of the Issue
|2001||Spring||Health Care for the Elderly|
|Fall||Violence and Public Health|
|2003||Fall||Nutrition, Public Health, and the Obesity Epidemic|
|2004||Fall||HIV/AIDS Policy Concerns|
|2005||Spring||Contraception and Controversy|
|Fall||Mental Health Across Cultures|
|2006||Spring||The Changing Face of Nursery and Pharmacy|
|Fall||Motives and Means for Promoting Prevention Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4|
|2007||Spring||What's Right in Research|
|Fall||The Equity of Care Part 1 | Part 2|
|2009||Spring||At the Intersection of Health and Education Part 1 | Part 2|
|Fall||How Technology is Changing Health|
|2010||Spring||Business and Health|
|Fall||Health Disparities Part 1 | Part 2|
|2011||Annual||Bioethics Part 1 | Part 2|
|2012||Spring||Student Mental Health Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3|
|2012||Fall||Assessing the Affordable Care Act|