MHA@GW Blog


Fight the Anti-Vaccine Rhetoric with Science

In the interest of promoting more robust discourse around the importance of regular vaccinations for serious but preventable contagious conditions, MHA@GW is hosting a guest post series in honor of …

The Push to End Meningitis Cases and Outbreaks

In the interest of promoting more robust discourse around the importance of regular vaccinations for serious but preventable contagious conditions, MHA@GW is hosting a guest post series in honor of …

A New Conversation: Vaccines Change the World

In the interest of promoting more robust discourse around the importance of regular vaccinations for serious but preventable contagious conditions, MHA@GW is hosting a guest post series in honor of …

Immunizing an Aging Europe

In the interest of promoting more robust discourse around the importance of regular vaccinations for serious but preventable contagious conditions, MHA@GW is hosting a guest post series in honor of …

[Live Google Hangout] Scaling the Self-Tracking Movement: How Can Wearable Technology Impact Health Outcomes?

Now that more than a third of American adults own a wearable device, what’s the next step? How can we use self-generated data to improve health outcomes for ourselves, but …

Why Immunize? MHA@GW Recognizes National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM) 2015

Between January and June 2015, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that there had been nearly 200 cases of measles in 24 states, 117 of which were