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ALUMNI NETWORKING: 1st Editor Interview Mahlet Atakilt Woldetsadik

1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I graduated from the MPH program at EHESP in 2012. After graduation, I worked briefly in Paris with the former dean Antoine Flahault, and moved to Ethiopia for a fellowship with the Maternal Health Task Force at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. I am currently a doctoral fellow

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ALUMNI NETWORKING: 2013 Editor Interview Sandra Hassan

1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I am currently working as an IT and Multimedia Analyst at the World Bank in Marseille, France. Part of my job is to offer support to program teams who are in the field implementing development projects. Another part is as webmaster for the Center for Mediterranean Integration, which requires an understanding

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Editorial: Congrats Class of 2015! Bonjour été

Dear All, On Friday, July 3rd, EHESP second year students (M2s) graduated from the Master of Public Health (MPH) program. Adorned in azure blue caps and gowns, they ascended the stage honored and humbled to face family and friends as they received their diplomas. It was a long awaited moment after two challenging years of studying epidemiology, biostatistics, health policy

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Horizon: Faut-il interdire les cabines UV ?

By Malorie PARENT Tandis que la question fait toujours débat en France, notamment suite à l’interpellation des pouvoirs publics en janvier dernier par le  Dr Claudine Blanchet-Bardon, dermatologue vénérologue, vice-présidente du SNDV (Syndicat national des dermatologues et vénérologues français), le Brésil et certains états d’Australie ont tranché en faveur de l’interdiction pure et simple des cabines de bronzage[1,2]. En effet,

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Editorial: The Debate is Over, But the Burden is Real on Climate Change

By Joanne AMLAG Last year, I read a shocking paragraph while reading The Stranger, my favorite eclectic and locally produced newspaper in Seattle (founded by Tim Keck, who had previously co-founded the satirical newspaper The Onion). In their yearly edition of “We Regret These Errors” staff apologize for errors they have made throughout the previous year. One dubiously talented writer,

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