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Tufts University School of Medicine

Beth Rosenberg

Associate Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine
​Co-Chair, Public Health Admissions Committee
Department: Public Health & Community Medicine
Programs: Public Health

Beth Rosenberg

Associate Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine
​Co-Chair, Public Health Admissions Committee
Department: Public Health & Community Medicine
Programs: Public Health

Phone ​617-636-3926

Biography

Occupational and environmental health; designing effective safety systems; creating systems of production that do not harm workers or the environment; drivers for corporations to create those systems of production and overcoming obstacles that they encounter to this endeavor, public health improvements as social change.

Current focus is safety systems and safety culture. Recent projects include: 1)health and safety curriculum development for the United Steelworkers of America and 2) health and safety systems in former nuclear weapons production sites.

Education

  • ​ScD, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • MPH, Boston University School of Public Health
  • BA, Wellesley College

Publications

Beth Rosenberg. Seventeen Months on the Chemical Safety Board. Issues in Science and Technology Policy. 75-80 Summer 2016

Charles Levenstein and Beth Rosenberg Creative Mistrust New Solutions Vol. 22 (3) 283-296 2012

Beth Rosenberg and Charles Levenstein. Social Factors in Occupational Health: A History of Hard Hats. New Solutions Vol. 20 (2) 239-249 2010

Beth Rosenberg Interface Carpet and Fabric Company's sustainability efforts: What the company does, the crucial role of employees and the limits of this approach. Journal of Public Health Policy 30(4) 427-437 Dec. 2009

Mary Lee Dunn, Polly Hoppin, Beth Rosenberg Eula Bingham – Experience Bares "The Real World" and Smart Politics Saves Lives New Solutions 19 (1) 81-94 2009

Bonnie K. Andrews, Susan Karcz, Beth Rosenberg Hooked on a Feeling: Emotional Labor as an Occupational Hazard of The Post-Industrial Age. New Solutions Vol. 18(2) 245-255, 2008