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Nora Charles Jul 12
is associated with behavioral and adjustment problems, and the effects may not be the same in white vs. . Read more in our paper from the May issue of Journal of Child and Family Studies:
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Katie Schubert 13h
A huge thanks to for hosting a roundatble on and . Much work to be done but why a thoughtful and inclusive discussion. Proud that was at the table.
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Paul Morgan Jul 7
New study in Open on over-time trends in health in the U.S. including by race, income, and sex. Finds that black-white gaps in self-reported have narrowed while income gaps have increased.
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California Colorectal Cancer Coalition 12h
To increase rates, Father Joe's Villages is implementing the Reducing CRC in Homeless Population, Project.
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NCI Disparities 18h
Scholars demonstrate breadth of research across research types and across the Center's programs during Professional Development Workshop flash talks:
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Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi Jul 13
Great talk by Dr. Prashanthi Vemuri about the relevance of reserve & resilience as important areas of investigation for ADRD Many ways to break this down - questioning both the influence of relevant variables (social forces??) on pathology as well as reserve/coping
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Birth Congress 18h
in care for black is still a hot and controversial topic in the . The authors of this interesting study suggest a quality improvement approach in order to improve clinical outcomes. Find out here:
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Jazzy_K 11h
Kudos to Mahmee, obstetrics startup raises $3M to connect maternal care teams with strategic partners! via
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UMMC Bower School of Population Health Jul 10
When it comes to putting an end to health , our mantra is this: Don't stop when you are tired. Stop when you are done.
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GBI Summer School Jul 12
The PSBH methodology used by . How can we use these to lessen health disparities? It is up to the people to help fix the US Healthcare System- how are you going to do your part?
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GSU School of Public Health Jul 11
: A new study, led by alum Dr. Lia Scott, finds nat'l in diagnoses of among women of color & younger women. That's research !
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Health Affairs Jul 6
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Paul Irving Jul 11
My comments on population , , and in today:
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sarahsapsanamma Jul 8
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Rich Wender 20h
Proud to be participating in the National Policy Forum’s Summit on . Inadequate communication contributes to and must be addressed to achieve .
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Lorelei Mucci 13h
In workshop, highlights that the Eurocentric focus of Genetic epi study populations exacerbates
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PACE - Patient Advocacy & Caregiver Empowerment Jul 14
Let's really address social determinants and healthcare disparities and
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Ian Kremer Jul 14
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Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD Jul 14
If you are interested in research and care, follow the hashtag this week! 👍🏼 If you are also interested in and in , use and follow the hashtag 😊
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Peiyin Hung Jul 14
Replying to @NIMHD
Household drives expectancy age 40. Sex in life expectancy converge on high . Geo disparities in race-adjusted life expectancy disappear on high income. Address one aspect may also help disparities driven by others.
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