Author Archives: Jolynne Judge

LET’S CELEBRATE NATIONAL RECOVERY MONTH

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The opioid epidemic and substance use disorder is a global public health issue that affects millions of people worldwide. The misuse of and addiction to opioids including prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl is a serious …

By Lewis Antwi
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Virtual Career Fairs Are Here! Next Stop: Getting Hired

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By Handshake Team Member
Handshake Team Member
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HAVE YOU CONSIDERED JOINING THE U.S PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE COMMISSIONED CORPS (USPHS)?

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In the wake of the COVID-19 global pandemic, many have been questioning who those officers in blue uniform are or why the U.S Surgeon General wears a Navy uniform? Well, don’t go too far trying to google it, all will …

By Lewis Antwi
Lewis Antwi Environmental Health Officer
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IU Student Sydney Taylor Shares Jr. Commissioned Officer Student Training Experience

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The U.S Public Health Service (USPHS) is one of the nation’s seven uniform services and is under the Department of Health and Human Services. The USPHS have over 6,000 Commissioned Officers whose mission is “Protecting, Promoting, and Advancing the Health …

By LT Lewis Kofi Antwi, MPH, MA
LT Lewis Kofi Antwi, MPH, MA Environmental Health Officer
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5 Tips for Improving Your People Skills and Building Relationships at University

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University is a scary and exciting time. It is when you will be leaving home, when you will be furthering your career and when you will also hopefully be making some life-long friends too. In order to make those bonds …

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The Role of the U.S Public Health Service in the Fight Against Opioid Overdose in America

The Role of the U.S Public Health Service in the Fight Against Opioid Overdose in America

Opioids are a class of drugs that include medications such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, and methadone, which are commonly prescribed to treat pain as well as illegal drugs such as heroin. Over the past 15 years, individuals, families, and communities across …

By LT Lewis K. Antwi, MPH, MA
LT Lewis K. Antwi, MPH, MA Lieutenant
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A brief history of the Public Health Service

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The history of the U.S public Health Service provide great overview why officers of the U.S Public Health Service (USPHS) wear uniform, bear military ranking and considered one of the nation’s seven uniform services.

For more than 200 years, men …

By LT. Lewis K. Antwi
LT. Lewis K. Antwi
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2018 Professional Baseball Employment Opportunities (PBEO) Job Fair

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I wanted to let you and your students know about Minor League Baseball™ and the Professional Baseball Employment Opportunities (PBEO®) program.

As the official employment service of Minor League Baseball, every year PBEO holds a Job Fair in conjunction with …

By PAIGE HEGEDUS
PAIGE HEGEDUS COORDINATOR, SPECIAL EVENTS
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Do Writing Skills Benefit Your Career?

Do Writing Skills Benefit Your Career?

In a technologically driven world, many students no longer see writing as a relevant skill to their career path. This mistaken view, unfortunately, leaves students who fail to take writing seriously in college at a disadvantage after graduation.

Are Writing …

By Jordan Conrad
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REMIXER OF THE MONTH: MICKEY CALLAWAY  AND THE METS

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As a child of the ‘80s in the New York metro area (I grew up in Norwalk, CT), I’ve been a lifelong Mets baseball fan. While some seasons (2017) have been harder than others (1986), I love the team, and …

By Lindsey Pollak
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