Delaware Journal of Public Health
Volume 3, Issue 5

Climate and Health

The Delaware Journal of Public Health (the Journal), a periodic, electronic publication, is the signature peer-reviewed journal of the Academy/DPHA. The Journal is Delaware-focused, but frequently includes articles, editorials, and research from national sources.

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Article 1. In this Issue: Climate and Health
Omar A. Khan, MD, MHS and Timothy E. Gibbs, MPH

Article 2. Guest Editors
Kerri Yandrich, MS and Jennifer de Mooy

Article 3. Letter from the Lieutenant Governor
Bethany Hall-Long, PhD, RNC, FAAN

Article 4. Ozone Pollution in Delaware: How does climate change influence ozone-related health?
Joseph F. Brodie, PhD; Cristina L. Archer, PhD; Sara A. Rauscher, PhD

Article 5. Safeguarding Worker Health and Safety from a Changing Climate: Delaware's Climate-Ready Workforce Pilot Project
Yoon Kim, PhD; Kerri Yandrich; Jennifer De Mooy; Kendall Starkman

Article 6. Climate Change and Health
Phillip B. Duffy, PhD

Article 7. Health Data for Delaware: the Path Towards Creating Delaware's Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
Tabatha N. Offutt-Powell, PhD; Mary Parkaza; Canio Caputo; Richard Perkins, PhD

Article 8. Climate and Health in Maryland: The Maryland Climate Change Health Adaptation Program
Allison Gost, MPH; Rachel Hess-Mutinda, MSW; Clifford Mitchell, MS, MD, MPH; and Amir Sapkota, PhD

Article 9. Climate Change: Vector-Borne Diseases and Their Control; Mosquitoes and Ticks
William H. Meredith, PhD and Stephen C. Eppes, MD

Article 10. Climate Change and Population Health
Alan Greenglass, MD

Article 11. Yellow Fever: From the History and Archives Collection
Kathryn Lenart, MA