Stephen A. Bezruchka
EducationMPH Johns Hopkins University, 1993 (International Health)
MD Stanford University, 1973 (Medicine)
AM Harvard University, 1967 (Mathematics)
BSc University of Toronto (Canada), 1966 (Mathematics, Physics)
Contact Infoemail: email@example.com
office: H690C, Health Sciences Building
Department of Health Services
UW School of Public Health
Seattle, WA 98195-7660
campus box: 357660
Stephen Bezruchka also works with the Department of Global Health MPH program. He has spent over 10 years in Nepal working in various health programs, and teaching in remote regions. He tries to draw attention to the socioeconomic determinants of the health of populations.
Bezruchka, S., Inequality Kills. In D. C. Johnston (Ed.), Divided: the perils of our growing inequality. 2014. New York: New Press.
Bezruchka, S., Early Life Or Early Death: Support For Child Health Lasts A Lifetime. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 2015, 6(2), 204-229.
Mahat A, Bezruchka SA, Gonzales V, Connell FA. Assessment of graduate public health education in Nepal and perceived needs of faculty and students. Hum Resour Health. 2013 Apr 26;11(1):16. doi: 10.1186/1478-4491-11-16. PMID: 23621945 PMCID: PMC3640966
Bezruchka S. The hurrider I go the behinder I get: the deteriorating international ranking of U.S. health status. Annu Rev Public Health. 2012 Apr;33:157-73. Epub 2012 Jan 3. PMID: 22224875
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- The U.S. is disqualified in trials for "health olympics"
- Early childhood lasts a lifetime
- Population Health Forum
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- Income inequality is a health hazard -- even for the rich
- Experts Debate Medical Tourism
- The Impact of Downturns on Physical and Mental Health
- If There Were a Health Olympics, the U.S. Wouldn't Even Medal
- The health boom from economic bust
- Recession watch: fewer road deaths, more suicides, overall health impact debated
- Income gap is bad for our health
- Students ask: Can you save the world?
- The ills inequality brings
- Could the Recession Be Good for Your Health?
- Faculty, students, and staff win School-wide awards.
- Inequality May Sicken Us--Really