TJP Public health expert Michael Rozier contextualizes the 5 – 4 Supreme Court decision and gives us a few places to turn for more info.
All posts by Michael Rozier, SJ
Michael has a degree in international health systems from Johns Hopkins University. He taught global health and public health ethics as he served as the founding Director of Undergraduate Education at Saint Louis University School of Public Health. He studied theology at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. Michael was ordained a priest in 2014.
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A Big Fat Problem
Michael Rozier takes on obesity. It presents us with a public health quandary, he says, as well as with a window into our own judgmentalism.
Mandated Reporting and Health Care Controversy
As a son of two worlds (Catholic & public health) Michael Rozier reconciles his divided heart by arguing that “we will never know what it is possible to achieve unless we believe that people of good will are ultimately on the same team.”
The Supreme Issue? Health Care Reform
Michael Rozier takes issue with James Carville’s seeming truism: “it’s the economy, stupid,” in his careful consideration of the supreme issue facing America as the 2012 election approaches.