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Achieving Health Equity and Sustainable Communities

The University of New Mexico College of Population Health is the second of its kind in the United States. Population health uses the framework of integrated health strategies to work collectively with communities to improve their health as well as expand access, quality, and the affordability of healthcare.

 

College of Population Health Students Get Published

The College of Population Health commends students in the Population Health Biology course for using scientific evidence to present their perspective on a community response to staying protected and healthy within the COVID-19 pandemic. The following student articles were published in the Albuquerque Journal on May 24, 2021.

 

Rylee Brachle and Alina Pillmore -  Barriers Between New Mexicans and Healthcare

Zohie Cardenas, Nicole Pino and Kaleb Wallace - Global COVID-19 Vaccine Equity: Rich Countries Get the Lion’s Share

 

 

Lynsey Pinto

Student Spotlight

Lynsey pinto found her calling in the College of Population Health

College of Population Health in The Pulse Magazine

Drs. Wallerstein and Sanchez-Youngman of the College of Population Health have been spotlighted for their work anti-racism and rural communities. Look for them in The Pulse Magazine by the UNM Health Sciences Center.