In the wake of the 2016 federal election, what opportunities exist for population health research to contribute to efforts to improve health at the policy and practice level? Dr. Chris Bachrach reports from the Population Association of America meeting…
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State-level work is where it’s at for population health, Dr. Fred Zimmerman reports from the Improving Population Health Conference in Austin October 2-4, 2017.
Dr. Chris Bachrach, IAPHS Executive Director, reports from the Improving Population Health Conference in Austin October 2-4, 2017.
Substance use and SBIRT in high schools, in low income populations, and barriers in value-based reimbursement. Dr. Julie Maslowsky reports from the Improving Population Health Conference in Austin, Texas, October 2-4, 2017.
Emerging population health scientists embodied the spirit of population health at the Improving Population Health Conference October 2-4, 2017. Read on for poster session highlights.
Conference keynote panel: Urban health panelists urge cross-sectoral collaborations & data linkages.
Can we reconcile politics and population health? Can we navigate the disparate funding streams, programs, and systems to truly make people healthier? Are we all on our own when it comes to healthy choices, or should we focus on improving systems?
Moving from Research to Action: A Report on the Health And…Racial Equity & Urban Well-Being ConferenceElaine Meyer
How can population health researchers go beyond describing the causes of disease to take action, and where should these researchers’ place in the action be? NYU’s Elaine Meyer reports from the Health And…Racial Equity & Urban Well-Being Conference.