Trio of op-eds by college faculty, students featured
The Ohio Journal of Public Health released its spring/summer 2020 issue this week — a compilation of research and perspective pieces focusing on the pandemic.
The new edition features three editorial pieces written by College of Public Health faculty and students:
- Law and Ethics During a Public Health Crisis
By public health and law professor Micah Berman, law professor Patricia Zettler and public health and law professor Efthimios Parasidis
- An Opportunity for Future Public Health Professionals to Learn from Open Access COVID-19 Data
By Robert Orellana, graduate students Angie Hetrick, Shibani Chettri and Zachary Webber and College of Medicine research scientist Sara Conroy
- COVID-19 Impacts on Cancer Treatment — Nosocomial Infection, Therapy Disruption, and Research Application
By graduate student Priscilla Connell
Professor of Epidemiology Amy Ferketich serves as editor of the journal, a biannual publication of the Ohio Public Health Association. The journal publishes peer-reviewed papers on public health topics including disease prevention, health policy, environmental health, social justice and public health education and practices relevant to Ohio.