Archive: Kayla Zamanian
“New Uses of Conscience-Based Claims Hinder Progress on Abortion Rights,” Kayla Zamanian and Andrés Constantin Write on OpenGlobalRights
Kayla Zamanian (SFS’23), co-authors piece about how conscientious objection has been increasingly used to hinder abortion rights on OpenGlobalRights.
The medical humanities reveal not only that medicine and the humanities go hand in hand, but that they are actually indispensable to one another
I wish I had found this field sooner. For the longest time, I felt pressured to choose between my gravitation towards history, literature, and philosophy and my curiosity about infection, disease, and the hard sciences. The medical humanities reveal not only that these interests go hand in hand, but that they are actually indispensable to one another.
Category: Student perspectives
“The Importance of Public-Private Partnerships and Preparing for the Next Pandemic,” Kayla Zamanian Writes about Natasha Bilimoria’s Contributions to the Conversations in Global Health Class
Kayla Zamanian (SFS’23) writes about the role of public-private partnerships and the importance of health system strengthening as a way of preparing for future pandemics, based on “The Future of Global Public Health: A Conversation with Natasha Bilimoria”.