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Lessons from the Tea Party

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are in a tough position. The recent Women’s March in Washington D.C. and in cities around world is a great parallel for how the Tea Party was launched. Many people are asking what they do now that they are home from the march. Look to the Tea Party.

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Re-examining Medical School

To best serve the evolving needs of patients and communities, medical education should include public health and prevention in the curriculum, thereby addressing social accountability of medical schools.

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Lessons from 1993

I am more optimistic about the ACA’s fate than at any time since November 9th. The current fight feels more like 1993 when Clinton failed than 2009 when Obama succeeded.

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Put People and Prevention Ahead of Politics

We’re pleased to publish the winning essay in PHP’s first essay contest “Dear Paul Ryan…” Congratulations and thank you to all the students who submitted essays!

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Accelerating 21st Century Cures

Robert K. Coughlin of MassBio on why a new law, commonly referred to as 21st Century Cures, will have real and positive impact.

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Happy Holidays from PHP!

Thank you for reading Public Health Post. We’re excited about our plans for 2017, we’ll continue to highlight important public health issues, always with an eye to how we can advance the conversation.

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