Harvard Health Policy Review

A forum for the most pressing issues in health and health policy.

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Pharmaceutical Regulations
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How Excise Taxes Can Reduce Obesity
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HHPR Talk: Pay-for-Delay: A Costly Practice in the Pharmaceutical Industry
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Online Features: UN Inaction and Rape as a Weapon of War in Syria
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HHPR Talk: The Francis Report: Why the World Should Listen
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HHPR Talk: Revisiting the Ban on Federal Funding for Syringe Exchange Programs
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Features
Spending on Pharmaceuticals: How Much Do We Pay and What Do We Get For What We Pay?
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Health Highlights
Health Care Reform: An interview with Dr. Jonathan Gruber, PhD MIT Professor of Economics
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Student Contributions
Big Pharma’s Lobby: When Public Health and Profit Conflict
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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.

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Archives

Year
Issue
Subject of the Issue
2000FallElection 2000
2001SpringHealth Care for the Elderly
FallViolence and Public Health
2002SpringClinical Research
2003FallNutrition, Public Health, and the Obesity Epidemic
2004FallHIV/AIDS Policy Concerns
2005SpringContraception and Controversy
FallMental Health Across Cultures
2006SpringThe Changing Face of Nursery and Pharmacy
FallMotives and Means for Promoting Prevention Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4
2007SpringWhat's Right in Research
FallThe Equity of Care Part 1 | Part 2
2008SpringHealthcare Reform
2009SpringAt the Intersection of Health and Education Part 1 | Part 2
FallHow Technology is Changing Health
2010SpringBusiness and Health
Fall Health Disparities Part 1 | Part 2
2011AnnualBioethics Part 1 | Part 2
2012Spring Student Mental Health Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
2012FallAssessing the Affordable Care Act