Lecture 1 – Dengue Fever: Breaking Epidemic Cycles by Eva Harris, PhDViral Outbreak: The Science of Emerging Disease
Lecture 1 – Dengue Fever: Breaking Epidemic Cycles
by Eva Harris, PhD
 
 
 
Donald W. LightDean’s Colloquium with Donald W. Light
November 4, 2010
 
Reducing Global Health Disparities through Vaccines: Rhetorics and Realities of Advanced Market Communities

Question & Answer Session
Healthiest Nation in One GenerationHealthiest Nation in One Generation
 
A message from the American Public Health Association.
 
International Symposium on Healthy AgingInternational Symposium on Healthy Aging
September 10, 2010
 
A short clip from the Question and Answer session.
 
slumsThe Challenge of the Slums: Urban/Slum Health Implications
September 2, 2010
 
Over 1 billion people are living in slums worldwide, and many more people are moving in each day, possibly reaching to 2 billion by 2030. UC Berkeley faculty Eva Harris, Lee Riley, Jason Corburn, and Kara Nelson share their experiences in their work in urban/slum health and implications for the future.
New Media 201021st Century Tools for Health Leadership:
New Media and the Transformation of Health

June 22, 2010
 
New media tools are being effectively used to facilitate the management of health organizations, support health education and disease management, inform health research and promote health advocacy. A panel of experts explores the transformation of health through the use of new media.
Jeff OxendineOxendine honored as Champion of Health Professions Diversity
June 22, 2010
 
Jeff Oxendine, associate dean for public health practice, has been named a 2010 Champion of Health Professions Diversity by The California Wellness Foundation for his extraordinary leadership in higher education. In recognition of their efforts to mentor and support disadvantaged students preparing for health careers, the three honorees were honored at a June ceremony in San Francisco. Read more…
What Healthcare Reform Means for CaliforniaWhat Healthcare Reform Means for California
May 17, 2010
 
Can rethinking the nutrition label on our foods help us eat better? Created by the News21 project at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

Public Health on the Big ScreenPublic Health on the Big Screen
Video & Public Health Leadership: Using Video & New Media for Advocacy, Participatory Evaluation & Action Research
PH 290.005 / Spring & Fall
 
Caricia Catalani, DrPH, MPH & Ellie Schindelman, MPH
 
These videos were all screened at Public Health on the Big Screen, a School of Public Health video premiere event designed to build community, share ideas, and celebrate a year of hard work at the intersection of new media and public health!

Public Health on the Big Screen Beyond Entertainment: Dance as Leadership
What is Public Health?
By Maria Teresa Hernandez
Beyond Entertainment: Dance as
Leadership
By Juan David Rangel
Public Health on the Big Screen Public Health on the Big Screen
Improving Community Health
through Art, Culture, and Collaboration
By Natalie Sacramento and Heidi Tuason
Leading From Where You Are:
A Story in Health Care Reform
By Daniel Kwaro and Emily Buzzell
Public Health on the Big Screen Public Health on the Big Screen
Dance-a-bility: How a Creative
Form of Expression Changes Lives
By Bahar Amanzadeh and Daniela Rodrigues
Health Care Reform: How Can
Students Stand Up and Make a Change?
By Elizabeth Sanseau
Public Health on the Big Screen
March 4th Rally at Sacramento:
Educate the State
By Megan Canon and Alexis Cooke
Justice in a Suitcase: UC Berkeley
Students Making a Difference
By Denise Herd
Public Health on the Big Screen Public Health on the Big Screen
Stand Up or Lie Down!
By Ann Foley
Drum. Dance. Community Health!
By Christina Eskridge and Unity Nguyen
Public Health on the Big Screen Public Health on the Big Screen
The Intersection of Art, Health,
and Youth Engagement
By Diego Castaneda
Health Care Reform: Leaders
in Action
By Jimmy Chang