Rajiv Rimal, PhD, MA, a leading expert on health behavior change and social norms, has been named chair of the Department of Health, Behavior and Society.Learn More
HBS professor Susan Sherman wants the high-risk world of Baltimore’s strip clubs to be safer for the women who work in them.
Andrea Gielen, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy, weighs in on the promise of automated vehicle technologies.
After scouring store shelves in 14 countries, researchers from the Institute for Global Tobacco Control amassed over 3,000 tobacco product packs. The mission: to study health warning labels and marketing themes.
When staff from the Center for Communication Programs (CCP) sought a VIP to star in a media campaign about nutrition in Nepal, they turned to a very influential person: a mother-in-law.
Health issues in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities extend beyond HIV. The LGBTQ Working Group aims to further research and practice in LGBTQ health at the Bloomberg School.
The Department of Health, Behavior and Society is discovering the optimal ways we can change human behavior to improve public health.
乐动体育开户From social policy and social environment to individual behavior change—our faculty and students address multiple health problems around the world including obesity, sexually transmitted infections, injury, and alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use.
乐动体育开户Established in 2005, the Department of Health, Behavior and Society remains dedicated to research and training that advances our understanding of how behaviors within an environmental context operate at the individual, organizational, community and societal levels—and to promoting effective interventions.
乐动体育开户The Department of Health, Behavior and Society collaborates with communities locally and globally to develop behavior change programs and interventions that address today’s top public health issues.
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