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Shari Rudavsky

PHP sat down with Shari Rudavsky, health and medicine reporter for the Indianapolis Star, where she has reported on Indiana’s important public health issues, including the recent HIV outbreak and the opioid crisis.

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Sally Satel on the Opioid Epidemic

Public Health Post sat down with Dr. Sally Satel, practicing psychiatrist at the Partners in Drug Abuse Rehabilitation and Counseling Clinic in Washington, D.C., to discuss the opioid epidemic.

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Barbara Brents on Sex Work, Stigma, and Nuance

PHP sat down with Barbara Brents for a discussion on whether or not commercial sex should be legalized or decriminalized (it’s complicated) and how journalists and public health professionals can contribute to a more nuanced understanding of the sex work industry.

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Cheryl Sbarra

PHP sat down with Cheryl Sbarra, public health lawyer and director of Make Smoking History, about her fight against tobacco and what it took to sound the alarm on second hand smoke.

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Abdul El-Sayed

PHP fellow Qing Wai Wong speaks with Abdul El-Sayed about his term as Health Director at the Detroit Health Department and his decision to run for governor of Michigan.

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DLIVE

Detroit Life Is Valuable Everyday (DLIVE) is a hospital-based, community-focused violence intervention initiative that works with youth/young adults who have sustained acute intentional violent trauma.

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Eldar Shafir: Policy in the Contexts of Scarcity

Eldar Shafir sat down with PHP Fellow Gilbert Benavidez to discuss the many faces of scarcity, the behaviors that stem from it, and how to craft effective policy to combat it.

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Karen DeSalvo

PHP sat down with Karen deSalvo, former acting assistant secretary for health in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, to discuss her work at the HHS and the social determinants of public health.

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