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Department of Population Medicine
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute | affiliate. Improving health care delivery and population health through innovative research and teaching.
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AcademyHealth May 24
The program features sessions from 21 themes, including: 👉Disparities and Health Equity 👉Payment and Delivery Systems Innovations 👉Public and Population Health 👉Behavioral Health Register here:
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Department of Population Medicine May 24
DYK? Center of Excellence seeks to advance the field of for pediatric through its Age-Dependent Pharmacogenomics of Asthma Treatment (ADAPT) study. For more information:
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Department of Population Medicine May 23
New opinion piece in by and colleague Kip Sullivan:
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Department of Population Medicine May 23
Conflicting findings from studies evaluating associations of allergic disease (AD) w/child behavior spurred this new study in ; is co-author. Study concludes AD in infancy not a predictor of childhood behaviors. For more findings:
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Department of Population Medicine May 23
May is month? is the most common of childhood. research division focuses its asthma research on understanding & improving adherence to needed medications:
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ATS G&G Section May 22
Longitudinal analysis of bronchodilator response in asthmatics and effect modification of age-related trends by genotype
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PROMoTeR_DPM May 21
New article! The Impact of the on FDA-Approved Therapies for and - coauthored by faculty and Maryam Asgar published in
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Department of Population Medicine May 22
How can commercially-insured families affected by manage cost of care & adhere to medication? director discusses results of her team's qualitative study at 3pm in Session D93-Paying for care in diseases.
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Department of Population Medicine May 22
What role does age play in modulating response to medications? collaborator Rachel Kelly presents insights from the study at Session D105: Improving Pediatric Asthma Control & Outcomes. Funded by
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Department of Population Medicine May 22
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Betsy Lehman Center May 22
Every 2 min someone dies from in the US – that’s more than from prostate cancer, breast cancer and AIDS combined. is working to improve outcomes across the state with its new report:
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Ann Wu MD MPH May 22
If you're still at , it'll be worth seeing Rachel Kelly present of Response in : Insights from the ADAPT Study Dallas Ballroom E-F 1:30pm Funded by
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Department of Population Medicine May 22
Today at at 11:30am, 's presents Impact of High-deductible Insurance on Breast Cancer Care among Rural Women - important work about cancer-related health inequities by , , et al.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics May 20
Seafood offers important nutrients for children's development, and most US children are not eating enough of it. For more from a new AAP report, go to Pediatrics:
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NPR Health News May 21
When LA's Air Got Better, Kids' Asthma Cases Dropped
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Amer Acad Pediatrics May 20
New AAP guidance details the health benefits of seafood for kids, and why children should eat more of it, reports. For more on the safest and most sustainable types of fish, go to:
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Department of Population Medicine May 21
New technical report from offers detailed guidance on benefits of seafood for children; Professor Emily Oken () is co-author. Read more in :
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Department of Population Medicine May 21
Tomorrow (5/22) at noon, @ameiri18 presents, "Implications of Insulin Costs and Utilization Trends among a Commercially-Insured Diabetes Population" as part of 's Research Seminar Series. For more info:
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Department of Population Medicine May 21
. Associate Professor contributed to this new article from , "Untangling the web of food environment studies".
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Department of Population Medicine May 21
New results from in , by , , et al: Maternal associated with offspring immune responses at birth, which may have implications for later life atopic risk or immune function.
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