School Publications

The major sources vehicles for news about the school today are our Web site’s news section and online calendar, our Facebook page, our Twitter account, our Flickr and Instagram accounts, our YouTube account, and our Alumni Update e-newsletter (contact PHalum@pitt.edu for details).

In addition approximately once per year, the school prints Pitt Public Health magazine, a publication for alumni and friends.

Winter 2018 Magazine Winter 2018

Fall 2016 Magazine Fall 2016

Spring 2016 Magazine Spring 2016

Fall 2014, Winter 2015 Magazine Fall 2014/Winter 2015

Spring and Summer 2014 Magazine Spring/Summer 2014

Fall 2013, Winter 2014 Magazine Fall 2013/Winter 2014

Spring and Summer 2013 Spring/Summer 2013

Fall 2012, Winter 2013 Magazine Fall 2012/Winter 2013

Spring and Summer 2012 Magazine Spring/Summer 2012

Prior to 2012 the school's alumni magazine was known as Public Health Quarterly:

E-Newsletters

Catch the latest via Pitt Public Health's e-newsletters including

Areas of Excellence brochure

Get an overview of how Pitt Public Health is creating a healthier world through cross-disciplinary research in eight of our areas of excellence.

News

CHE's Violence Prevention Initiative announces outreach project, McKeesport Violence Prevention 

CHE's Violence Prevention Initiative announces outreach project, McKeesport Violence Prevention

The Violence Prevention Initiative, led by BCHS's Richard Garland, was awarded funds by the RK Mellon Foundation to launch an outreach project called McKeesport Violence Prevention. “We are hiring four outreach workers who will really be violence interrupters,” said Garland. “Their jobs will be to ... (10/21/2021)

Pitt researchers find convalescent plasma "futile' in treating critically ill COVID-19 patients 

Pitt researchers find convalescent plasma "futile' in treating critically ill COVID-19 patients

PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE - “We speculate that it could be a combination of too few high-quality antibodies in the plasma and these patients being too far along in their illness with a runaway inflammatory immune response for those antibodies to turn the tide,” said co-senior author Derek Angus (BCHS... (10/18/2021)

Harrison: Get COVID-19 booster shot as soon as you're eligible 

Harrison: Get COVID-19 booster shot as soon as you're eligible

WPXI - With the options for COVID-19 booster shots expanding, it's estimated tens of millions of people will be eligible to roll up their sleeves once again. "So that's great news," said EPI's Lee Harrison. "I do think the infections and the number of breakthroughs that we're seeing with the delta ... (10/25/2021)

Ford receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Association of Black Women Physicians 

Ford receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Association of Black Women Physicians

Congratulations to Chandra Ford (CHS '97), professor of community health sciences at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. She was recognized for her research examining relationships between racism-related factors and disparities in the health care continuum and advances the conceptual and methodo... (10/05/2021)

Using Technology to Provide Clinician Education and Improve HIV Care: The MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center 

Using Technology to Provide Clinician Education and Improve HIV Care: The MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center

(10/20/2021)

Hoffman: reducing vaccine hesitancy starts on social media 

Hoffman: reducing vaccine hesitancy starts on social media

(10/25/2021)

Lichtveld on how Huntington Beach Oil Spill Might Affect Human Health 

Lichtveld on how Huntington Beach Oil Spill Might Affect Human Health

VERYWELL HEALTH - Breathing crude oil vapors can cause coughing, throat and nose irritation, dizziness, headache, and nausea, according to a 2016 medical study of the DWH clean-up workers. This is particularly worrisome for vulnerable populations like children, older adults and people with lung con... (10/11/2021)

Changes in the length of the premenopausal menstrual cycle may predict the risk of heart disease 

Changes in the length of the premenopausal menstrual cycle may predict the risk of heart disease

FLORIDA NEWS TIMES - As women approach menopause, the length of the menstrual cycle often increases. The timing of these changes may provide clues about the risk of people developing heart disease, according to a new study. "Cardiovascular disease is the number one murderer of women and the risk is... (10/18/2021)

Hospitals brace for an onslaught this winter, from flu as well as COVID 

Hospitals brace for an onslaught this winter, from flu as well as COVID

NPR - The much-feared "twindemic" of flu and COVID didn't hit last winter. But some experts fear that last year's remarkably mild flu season has now set the stage for a big rebound in the coming months, because fewer people have built up immunity. "It could be really bad, and it could be really bad... (10/18/2021)

Does 1918 Pandemic Offer Clues on Emerging from COVID-19? 

Does 1918 Pandemic Offer Clues on Emerging from COVID-19?

U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT - Dean Emeritus Donald Burke is an expert at using computer modeling and simulation to guide public health decision-making. He said it's important to consider the death rate and not simply the death total. "Even though the death totals are similar for COVID-19 and the 19... (10/18/2021)
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