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The Brown University School of Public Health coordinates and integrates academic, research, and public service programs relevant to population health.
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Dr. Akilah Dulin 15h
Brown University is #10 on the list, I think that we should take the top spot next year, it really is an amazing place for faculty, staff, and students!!!! Come check us out!
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Brown Public Health 17h
A new study has shown that a simple intervention using a technique called “motivational interviewing” during routine care can have strong and lasting effects in terms of alcohol consumption for men who have sex with men
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Brown Public Health 19h
The Hyundai Visionary Challenge is coming to Brown this fall! The challenge will serve as a gateway to a a multi-year sponsored research partnership focused on "smart mobility for sustainable cities.” Learn more about the challenge themes and prizes
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Brown Public Health Aug 15
Q&A with Professor Matthew Mimiaga on the first prevention trial to focus on the community and specifically on transgender women between 16 - 29 years of age @JAMAped
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Brown_CEHT Aug 15
Our faculty showing us how it’s done at ISEE practice presentations
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IBES Aug 15
How does exposure to common environmental chemicals affect babies in utero? Graduate affiliate Geetika Kalloo wants to know
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Brown Public Health Aug 15
The RI Department of Health 2018 Health Equity Summit: Building Healthy and Resilient Communities will be held at the Rhode Island Convention Center on Sept 20th. Today is the last day to register with the reduced early registration fee!
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Ira Wilson Aug 14
Read about Brown’s !
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Brown Research Aug 15
In story on continuing U.S. increase in opioid overdose deaths, Professor Brandon Marshall says, “The dominant factor is the changing drug supply,” but some areas aren't seeing deaths go up "at this exponential rate"
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Brown Public Health Aug 14
William Goedel, a Doctoral Student in Epidemiology, participated in a Young Investigators Panel at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam
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Brown Public Health Aug 14
A new study finds brief interventions during routine care substantially reduced alcohol use among heavy drinking men living with
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Brown Research Aug 14
In article about growing heat problems in US, Gregory Wellenius, professor, says, "There’s a point where the human body can’t cool itself...The way we live, work and play will be altered by rising temperatures.”
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Brown Public Health Aug 13
Sumner Place, selected by researchers to pilot the program, has found the personalized music program so beneficial to patients that they are continuing with it now that the pilot period has ended.
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Brown Public Health Aug 13
Learn how providers can better understand and care for patients by applying creativity and storytelling to their clinical practices from Brown's newest FREE BrownX course!
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Brown Research Aug 9
With Michigan Gov Rick Snyder declaring water emergency in two areas due to elevated levels of "PFAS" chemicals,” Prof David Savitz, scientific advisor to Snyder, says in interview, “Nobody saw it coming.”
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Arjee Restar, MPH Aug 9
Honored to write this wonderful piece of news on transgender women and use of PrEP for HIV prevention with ❤️
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Brown Public Health Aug 9
Doctoral student Kevin Nguyen finds that even though rates of insurance since the 's implementation are similar, LGB individuals avoid or delay medical treatment more than their straight peers due to cost
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Brown Public Health Aug 9
Congratulations to Professor Liu, honored at the 2018 China Heart Congress for contributing to the establishment of the Chinese National Center for Cardiovascular Diseases, for training future public health leaders, and for his scientific achievements:
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Brown Public Health Aug 8
How helpful and healthy are ADHD “study drugs” for those who don’t have the condition? A and study suggests these drugs—like —might not help a healthy person’s cognition at all and may even impair memory
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Brown Public Health Aug 8
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