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Mentoring with compassion and clarity

DEOHS Professor Zhengui Xia is the 2022 DEOHS Outstanding Faculty Mentor

June 21, 2022 | Deirdre Lockwood

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Equitable and sustainable food production

New book by DEOHS faculty member explores how the fair-trade movement in coffee and tea production can create just and sustainable supply chains that benefit people and the environment

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Ensuring respiratory health in long-term care

DEOHS MPH student Inna Antonchuk works with Washington State Department of Health to support occupational health nursing outreach for assisted living

Aerial view of the Duwamish River in Seattle looking north into downtown.

Disaster resilience with an equity focus

DEOHS will partner with two South Seattle communities to help them prepare for future disasters and climate change impacts while addressing environmental injustice

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Decoding the science

DEOHS doctoral student Nancy Carmona works to make her air pollution research accessible to non-scientists: “I want people to see they can take action to protect their health.”

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The risks veterinarians face in the pandemic

DEOHS MPH student and veterinarian Katy Burr assesses the health and safety of others in her field

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Managing the health impacts of extreme heat

DEOHS student Juliette Randazza examines how smart public policy can protect public health in a warming world



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