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HSPH Human Resources

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At the Harvard School of Public Health, we know our school is only as great as its employees. For this reason, we are always looking for diverse and qualified people to join our team. With over 700 individuals working in a variety of roles-research, finance, communications, information technology, facilities, services, and general administration-there is a place for your talent. The Harvard School of Public Health offers an engaging work environment with endless opportunities for career growth. Moreover, we offer a wealth of benefits including medical and dental packages, paid time off, childcare, various ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Human Resources for Health | Full text | Alumni survey of Masters ...
1) To elicit the opinions of the Public Health alumni of the MPH program; 2) To assess the applicability of the knowledge and skills acquired; 3) To identify the frequency of the public health competencies that the alumni performed. We requested 187 graduates to complete a self-administered questionnaire and conducted in-depth interviews with 8 alumni as well as a focus group discussion with 14 alumni. In total 79.1% (148) of the MPH graduates completed and returned the questionnaire. Most alumni (91%) agreed that the MPH curriculum corresponded with the working requirements of public health professionals; and nearly all were ... market research, surveys and trends
High Rates of HIV Infection Documented Among Young Nepalese Girls ...
Boston, MA -- A study by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers of girls and women who were sex-trafficked from Nepal to India and then repatriated has found that 38 percent were HIV positive. The infection rate exceeded 60 percent among girls forced into prostitution prior to age 15 years. One in seven of the study’s participants had been trafficked into sexual servitude prior to this young age.  Approximately 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across the globe every year, and 80 percent of these individuals are estimated to be women and girls, according to the U.S. Department of State. The State ... market research, surveys and trends

SURVEY RESULTS FOR
HSPH HUMAN RESOURCES

Got Engagement? Latest Staff Engagement Survey Reports Significant ...
Making significant progress in the areas of recognition, career opportunities, and communication by local leadership, HSPH improved its staff engagement score on a recent survey by 16 points — placing the School among the highest ranking at the University. “At the time of the 2008 engagement survey, there were several things that could potentially impact how HSPH staff might respond,” said Ellen Gilmore, assistant director of employee engagement at the School. “Consequently, we were delighted to see our engagement scores increase by 16 points. As it turned out, we were one of the highest-scoring ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
HPH NOW, March 3, 2006, What's Your Harvard Like? First-Ever ...
Harvard is commissioning its first-ever University-wide staff survey. Called "What's Your Harvard Like? The Harvard 2006 Staff Survey," the survey will gather employees' perceptions and opinions about working at Harvard. The web-based form will be available online starting on March 17 and lasting through March 31. A paper version will also be available in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese at the HSPH Human Resources Office, Kresge 505. "Four years ago, we initiated a dialogue with HSPH employees when the School conducted the Great Place to Work survey. This effort has cultivated communication ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RELATED NEWS
Report proposes new research agenda on pregnancy intentions of HIV-positive women
Boston, Massachusetts — A report issued by the Program on International Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health proposes a new research agenda to address the sexual and reproductive health and rights of HIV-positive women. “The Pregnancy Intentions of HIV-Positive Women: Forwarding the Research Agenda,” identifies key gaps in current knowledge, and urges a multi-disciplinary research approach to help HIV-positive women stay healthy and shape their families. Read the full report and a shorter document that highlights the most pressing research priorities. “Women living with HIV, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Report Proposes New Research Agenda on Pregnancy Intentions of HIV-Positive ...
at the Harvard School of Public Health proposes a new research agenda to address the sexual and reproductive health and rights of HIV-positive women. “The Pregnancy Intentions of HIV-Positive Women: Forwarding the Research Agenda,” identifies key gaps in current knowledge, and urges a multi-disciplinary research approach to help HIV-positive women stay healthy and shape their families. Read the full report and a shorter document that highlights the most pressing research priorities. “Women living with HIV, like all women, have the right to determine the number and spacing of their children,” said ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Postdoc Resources
Sep 17, 2007 ... HSPH Human Resources. 617-432-1046. Outings and Innings. Harvie (PIN-enabled) http://harvie.harvard.edu/perks/. Outings and Innings ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
A Decade of Health Sector Reform in Developing Countries: What ...
Harvard School of Public Health. A paper prepared for the DDM Symposium: ..... numbers of qualified human resources, as well as institutional commitment and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Human Rights: good human rights journals, chicago theological ...
I can answer questions about human rights work as a vocation, human rights as they pertain to the Middle East and/or Muslim world, particularly Palestine/Israel, Iraq, and Afghanistan. While in Iraq, I helped to investigate prisoner abuses, including those at Abu Ghraib. I can also answer questions on women's rights in the Middle East. I cannot give you legal advice. Experience I was a human rights worker for four years in the Middle East, including Palestine, Israel, and Iraq. I also participated in a human rights delegation to Afghanistan in summer 2005. I have an MA in Christian-Muslim relations, with special study ...
WikiAnswers - What does the employee health department do to ...
There are certain occupations where this would be frowned upon and in some cases prohibited. Some military services for instance, especially if the ranks vary greatly. There are, generally, no other... What are the health and safety responsibilities of the employee ? Employees are responsible for: Being aware of risks to themselves and others and communicating to control or minimize those risks; Following established health and safety procedures; Reporting... Distributed to the employees manager. Is it employee's or employees '? The correct way to write it is:It will be distributed to one employee's manager.It ...