The Top Public Health Influencers on Instagram to Follow Today.

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Public health is an ever-evolving field, especially with the rapid advancements in technology and constant changes in the world. One way to stay updated and educated is to follow experts in the field. Instagram, being the visually captivating platform that it is, has become a hub for public health professionals and enthusiasts to share their knowledge, insights, and experiences. Here, we’ve curated a list of the top 10 public health influencers making waves on Instagram.

  1. Dr. Mike Varshavski
    • Instagram: Dr. Mike Dr. Mike is a board-certified family medicine physician who educates a broad audience about health topics ranging from nutrition to mental health, always in a relatable and understandable manner.
  2. Kizzmekia Corbett, Ph.D.
    • Instagram: KizzyPhD Dr. Corbett is an immunologist involved in the development of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. She uses her platform to share insights on vaccine research and immunology.
  3. Jessica Malaty Rivera, MS
    • Instagram: Jessica Malaty Rivera A science communicator and epidemiologist, Jessica regularly breaks down complex topics related to infectious diseases, vaccines, and public health.
  4. Dr. Esther Choo
    • Instagram: Dr. Choo A passionate advocate for gender and racial equity in healthcare, Dr. Choo shares insights into public health, emergency medicine, and social justice.
  5. PublicHealthMaps
    • Instagram: Public Health Maps This account provides visually engaging public health data visualizations and infographics, helping to make complex data more understandable.
  6. This is Public Health
    • Instagram: This is Public Health. From the Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health, a feed creating awareness of public health needs and emerging trends.

In the vast world of Instagram, these influencers stand out for their commitment to public health and their ability to communicate complex ideas in relatable ways. Give them a follow, and stay informed, educated, and inspired.

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