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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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Brown Public Health 6h
Can mindfulness help control blood pressure? Find out at forum
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Brown Public Health 6h
Can mindfulness effect your blood pressure? Dr. EricLoucks provides the evidence
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Brown Public Health 7h
Congratulations to all of our students graduating tomorrow! Remember to tag the School of Public Health and use the hashtag to show off your commencement pictures! We will be reposting them throughout the day! 🐻🎓🎈
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Brown Public Health May 25
Congratulations to Professor Don Operario, recipient of a Psychology and AIDS Leadership Award from the American Psychological Association! The award recognizes distinguished leaders who have made substantial contributions to the HIV/AIDS field.
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Brown Public Health May 25
A new study by Brown epidemiologists finds a link between children’s weight status in the first two years of life and their school-age performance on cognitive tests
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Brown Public Health May 25
Congratulations to Elliot Bosco, health services research doctoral student, and newly minted This is Public Health Ambassador!
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Advance-CTR May 25
Learn about cutting-edge statistical methods in translational science at our Statistical Methods Symposium on June 29. Register now:
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Brown Public Health May 24
We're so proud of Mya Roberson, AB Public Health '16, a graduate student at !
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Brown Public Health May 24
Congratulations to Professor Andrew Zullo on winning the Best Epidemiology Paper Award at The American Geriatrics Society's 2018 Annual Meeting in Orlando!
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The Lancet May 24
Health impacts of are already with us, 2017 report shows opportunity for action - read report and interactive with findings
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Brown Public Health May 23
Professor Brandon Marshall on the scientific evidence supporting safe injection facilities
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Brown Public Health May 23
Join the American Lung Association and walk to raise awareness and funds to defeat lung cancer! JUNE 16 at Roger Williams Park in Providence
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Brown Public Health May 22
mentions a recent study from , a project director at the Center for Gerontology & Healthcare Research, that found the only information most consider when choosing a skilled nursing facility is location and proximity home
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Brown Public Health May 22
Meta-analysis by Lori Scott-Sheldon found behavioral interventions that address alcohol use are effective in reducing alcohol consumption, increasing condom use, and improving HIV medication adherence for PLWHA
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Brown Public Health May 22
Congratulations to the award-winning faculty across campus, especially Professor Constantine Gatsonis, recipient of the Marvin Zelen Leadership Award in statistical sciences!
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Brown Public Health May 21
Continuing coverage of a Brown study that found Medicare Advantage plan enrollees end up in lower quality nursing homes than people in traditional Medicare
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Brown Public Health May 21
A high-dose vaccine costs $31.82. Is the added expense worth it? Researchers have found that yes, unadjusted total expenditures are lower in nursing homes that administer the high-dose vaccine
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Brown Public Health May 21
Congratulations to public health concentrator Michelle Petersen on being named the top winner in the 2018 Rhode Island Business Plan Competition! Michelle's low-cost software helps social workers dedicate more time to clients
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Brown Public Health May 17
Congratulations to Megan Cole, recipient of a 2018 Joukowsky Family Foundation Outstanding Dissertation Award!
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Brown Grad School May 16
Master's Student Focus: Summer Gonsalves, Public Health
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