Public Health Magazine FALL 1996

  • When Women Use Drugs
    Anthropologist Claire Sterk strips away the stigma associated with prostitutes, female drug users, and other women at risk for AIDS to reveal the complex fabrics of their lives.
  • Interview: The Politics of Public Health
    Dean James Curran addresses the major challenges, both epidemiological and political, that confront public health today.
  • The Road to Reform
    Recent MPH graduate David DeLozier's trips to the former Soviet Georgia have given him hands-on opportunities at health care reform.
  • Crossroads
    The disciplines of public health and history seem miles apart, but in Africa Emory students learn how interdisciplinary research may lower the highest malaria rates in the world.

Class Notes

Office of Health Sciences Communications | Rollins School of Public Health

Copyright © Emory University, 1998. All Rights Reserved.
Send comments to