#BUSPHSymposia

Best tweets:

Sandro Galea 20/02/2019 09:00
Thank you @pulitzercenter for your partnership in hosting last week’s death and dying symposium at @BUSPH. https:// bit.ly/2T4oCLw   @PublicHealth @BUexperts @BU_Tweets @bualumni #BUSPHSymposia
Sandro Galea 15/02/2019 05:00
Thank you to all who joined us, in person and in spirit, for last Tuesday’s symposium on death and dying. An engaging, often moving, event. https:// bit.ly/2SUqS82   @bellaigueC @B_Ehrenreich @deathoverdinner @Georgetown @SallieTisdale @povertyscholar @sxbegle #BUSPHSymposia
BUSPH Admissions 15/02/2019 03:00
From BU Today: Changing the National Conversation around #Death—@BUSPH symposium explores how we approach dying so we can live richer lives https:// bit.ly/2GrMO4y   @BU_Tweets #BUSPHSymposia #PublicHealth
BU Public Health 13/02/2019 09:50
“Our goal should be to think about how we approach death and dying at the population level." Read our recap of yesterday's Dean's Symposium @TracyABalboni @bellaigueC @DianneBGray @deathoverdinner @epi_kerrykeyes @povertyscholar @Georgetown #BUSPHSymposia https://www. bu.edu/sph/2019/02/13 /dying-healthy-can-be-a-worthy-public-health-goal/   …
Kem Sawyer 12/02/2019 06:27
Susan Mizruchi, director of BU Center for Humanities, @buhumanities says it’s important to avoid euphemisms related to death. Good literature is profoundly anti-euphemistic. #BUSPHSymposia @pulitzercenter
PopHealthExchange 12/02/2019 06:05
The bereavement period is essential to the human condition. We need to deeply connect with our mental health and wellness during periods of grief and bereavement ~ @epi_kerrykeyes @ColumbiaMSPH #BUSPHsymposia
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The bereavement period is essential to the human condition. We need to deeply connect with our mental health and wellness during periods of grief and bereavement ~ @epi_kerrykeyes @ColumbiaMSPH #BUSPHsymposia <br>http://pic.twitter.com/wK9R2fMjCd
Sandro Galea 12/02/2019 05:54
ICYMI: @georgejannas and I on how our rush to extend life has led us to neglect the conditions that allow us to live, and die, healthy: https:// bit.ly/2DSTQ23   v @statnews @HealthyBoston @RSPH_PUHE @LawEthicsRights #BUSPHSymposia
Sandro Galea 12/02/2019 04:56
“American medicine can only make death worse. It can’t make it better. Because it deals in miracles.” @georgejannas on why we should let go of the idea that we can live forever, and instead embrace the goal of dying healthy. #BUSPHSymposia
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“American medicine can only make death worse. It can’t make it better. Because it deals in miracles.” @georgejannas on why we should let go of the idea that we can live forever, and instead embrace the goal of dying healthy. #BUSPHSymposia <br>http://pic.twitter.com/JPJO1aD47l
Kem Sawyer 12/02/2019 04:43
Most people would choose to be healthyuntil age 85 and the die quickly over living longer and suffering from multiple diseases, says @georgejannas. @MoranWriter says What about 95? #BUSPHSymposia pulitzercenter
Currently listening to @georgejannas @TracyABalboni @buhumanities @bellaigueC @gapyearsam speak on strategies for exercising control at #BUSPHSymposia on death and dying. #PopulationHealth @BUSPH
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Currently listening to @georgejannas @TracyABalboni @buhumanities @bellaigueC @gapyearsam speak on strategies for exercising control at #BUSPHSymposia on death and dying. #PopulationHealth @BUSPH<br>http://pic.twitter.com/WD0YLLUT52
We look forward to Prof. @georgejannas speaking on panel about #strategies on exercising control at the Dean's Symposium, "Death and Dying: A #PopulationHealth Perspective." To watch it live/ stream tomorrow: https://www. bu.edu/sph/news-event s/signature-programs/deans-symposia/death-and-dying-a-population-health-perspective/   … #BUSPHSymposia https:// twitter.com/BUSPH/status/1 093962035849777155   …
Lindsey Butler 06/12/2018 07:23
“You can’t plop down in a community and expect people to trust and respect you. We need long term collaborations. Learn about the history. Learn about the people.” Excellent advice from @busphEH alum Dr. Russ Lopez #busphsymposia
Catherine Ettman 06/12/2018 06:56
Policies rather than pills are the prescription to fix population health @deBeaumontFndtn @BrianCCastrucci #BUSPHSymposia @BigCitiesHealth
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Policies rather than pills are the prescription to fix population health @deBeaumontFndtn @BrianCCastrucci  #BUSPHSymposia @BigCitiesHealth<br>http://pic.twitter.com/YPO2m6eucs
Darien Mather 06/12/2018 06:48
"We talk a lot about pills and procedures, but really it's policies and partnerships that make for better health." - @BrianCCastrucci #busphsymposia
Jon Levy 06/12/2018 06:48
Inspiring talk from @BrianCCastrucci on @city_health - a great model for making tangible changes in cities to improve public health #BUSPHSymposia
Katharine Lusk 06/12/2018 05:21
If you want foundational principles for city/university collab look no further than definition of community based participatory research. Not just for health or social work-these principles should underly any research designed for urban impact. Trust & respect key #BUSPHSymposia
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If you want foundational principles for city/university collab look no further than definition of community based participatory research. Not just for health or social work-these principles should underly any research designed for urban impact. Trust & respect key #BUSPHSymposia <br>http://pic.twitter.com/aUnLkJBPi9
Nikki Spencer 06/12/2018 05:20
“#CBPR requires long term partnerships. This is not a one night stand.” - Angela Reyes #busphsymposia #communityengagment
Roshanak Mehdipanah 06/12/2018 05:15
Barbara Israel & Angie Reyes discussing the importance of CBPR! Always a treat to watch this power duo present @DetroitURC @umichsph #BUSPHSymposia
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Barbara Israel & Angie Reyes discussing the importance of CBPR! Always a treat to watch this power duo present @DetroitURC @umichsph #BUSPHSymposia <br>http://pic.twitter.com/hOuvb5q0Lp
David Dudley 06/12/2018 04:57
Man, the weirdness of epigenetics--and how your city messes with your genes, and your children's genes--is boundless. Thanks for attempting to explain it, @GuffantiGuia. At #BUSPHSymposia.
Helen Pineo 06/12/2018 04:28
[email protected] outlines 3 systems approaches for epidemiology to deal with complexity in urban health: 1) system dynamics 2) agent based modelling 3) social networks. #BUSPHSymposia @ComplexUrbanSys @NiciZim
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.@danieompad outlines 3 systems approaches for epidemiology to deal with complexity in urban health: 1) system dynamics 2) agent based modelling 3) social networks. #BUSPHSymposia @ComplexUrbanSys @NiciZim<br>http://pic.twitter.com/62MYTcEHpj
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