Thanks for using my photo on the cover of the iconic American Journal of Public Health (@AmJPublicHealth).
I cannot take credit for the idea to visibly show the words in front of the Hubert Humphrey Building, headquarters of the US Department of Health and Human Services (@HHS) – these are the things that I see as I walk and work with people from the future.
I’ve clipped the treatment of the image on the web site, below, and you can access it directly at the link at the bottom of this post. By the way, the history of the Hubert Humphrey Building itself is fascinating if you are interested in the symbolism of architecture – I did a little research on it a previous time when I visited dedicated patients who came to the building to make a statement. You can see that post here (see: “I will not stop until we have the right to see our own information” – Part 2 -2015)
Comments always welcome.
American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) from the American Public Health Association (APHA)