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.

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Jonathan Eldredge

HSC Faculty Member Joins Federal Panel Overseeing Biomedical

Eldredge, who also holds appointments in the UNM College of Population Health and the UNM School of Medicine, has extensive experience as an editor and reviewer for scholarly publications, including the Journal of the American Medical Association, American Journal of Public Health, Evidence-Based Library and Information Science and BMC Biomedical Digital Libraries.

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Tracie Collins

Senate confirms Department of Health secretary 38-1

The state Senate confirmed Dr. Tracie Collins on Friday to become the next state Department of Health Cabinet secretary responsible for helping lead New Mexico out of a deadly pandemic through continued testing, tracing and vaccination.

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Dr. Crystal Lee named to 40-under-40 list

COPH Assistant Professor, Crystal Lee, PhD, MPH shares the honor of being named to the 12th class of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development's 40-under-40 award.

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