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How do we move beyond simply calling our research interdisciplinary to actually doing interdisciplinary research?
Meet the Columbia Population Research Center, an IAPHS institutional member. Read about their work with reproductive health and HIV, urbanism, immigration and migration, and more…
Jennifer Ailshire explains the predoctoral grant sources you might not have heard of.
We’re pleased to announce the generous support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation….
We curate the top population health news each month. This month, the Cherokee Nation’s Hep C program, refugee kids’ health, food insecurity among women veterans, an LA neighborhood’s youth in the shadow of oil pumps, and more…. Interdisciplinary spotlight Lungs breathing better in Louisville: After gathering data via electronic inhaler sensors, a digital health platform, and crowd-sourcing, AIR Louisville recommends policies like enhanced tree canopies, tree removal mitigation, air pollution emission buffer zoning, and more. AIR Louisville is cross-sector collaboration that joins the Louisville Metro Government, a nonprofit institute, and a technology company. (Health Affairs, April 1, 2018) Place Mitigating fear of research in Mississippi: Patient-centered outcomes-based research is helping researchers in the Mississippi delta built trust, participation (Stat News, April 18, 2018) Stable, affordable housing for people with HIV in Alabama: Research underway looks at affordable housing programs, case management, policy (RWJF Culture of Health Blog, April 12, 2018) Mapping senior fall risks: Data, interventions aim to reduce falls in Baltimore’s highest risk areas (think row houses, older homes, and steep staircases) (US News and World Report, May 10, 2018) Struggling to get around hurts health: Poor public transit is a public health issue in Detroit (Detroit Free Press, May 2, […]
Poor dental health is linked to cardiovascular disease, disrupted sleep, pain, employability challenges, and even life-threatening infections. Can a population health approach help?
“Nothing about us without us.”
What are the best ways to recruit folks in identified communities? Read on for advice from Estevan Delgado and Julie Maslowsky.