Big Announcement: Inequalities Blog Welcomes Two New Contributor Editors

Dear Readers,

The Inequalities Blog celebrates our second anniversary this month, and we are very pleased with the diverse perspectives and voices that we have brought to the blog over time.

In that spirit, we are delighted to introduce Paul Kelleher and Bill Gardner to the Inequalities blog as two new permanent contributors and editors.

ImagePaul Kelleher (Twitter: @Kelleher_) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical History & Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and he also holds an appointment in the Philosophy Department. Paul has previously written some outstanding guest posts on the inequalities on health equity (and other health policy topics) and on the Wisconsin union protests (where he had a front row seat).

ImageBill Gardner (Twitter: @Bill_Gardner) is a psychologist and health services researcher. He is currently a Professor of Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, and Epidemiology & Community Health at Dalhousie University, and he also holds a professorship at the Ohio State University and a position at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the Center for Ethics and Human Values.

Both Bill and Paul have produced outstanding blog posts on the “Something Not Unlike Research” blog, where they have both written on economic mobility, applied ethics, health inequalities, and cross-national policy comparisons.

Don’t forget to follow Bill, Paul, and our blog on twitter (@InequalitiesBlg), link to us on Facebook, and tell your friends and colleagues about the blog!


Brendan and Ben

2 responses to “Big Announcement: Inequalities Blog Welcomes Two New Contributor Editors”

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