Research by Assistant Professor Carrie Henning-Smith shows lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults experience a lesser sense of cohesion in their communities.
A study from Associate Professor Carrie Henning-Smith shows that patient quality of care scores are often lower in rural than in urban areas for unknown reasons.
Research from Associate Professor Tetyana Shippee demonstrates the effectiveness of using lay care guides to provide emotional support to patients, answer their questions, and coordinate care with the medical team.
Regents Professor Michael Osterholm and CIDRAP are working with the WHO to develope R&D roadmaps targeting Ebola/Marburg, Nipah, and Lassa viruses.
Associate Professor Sarah Gollust contributed to a study showing that most American women are unaware that routine mammograms can lead to overdiagnosis and overtreatment of breast cancer.
A new method co-developed by PhD student Fernando Alarid-Escudero can help researchers estimate the value and optimal size of a research study in order for it to be cost-effective.
Research from Professor Kathleen Call shows that many publicly insured people forgo routine health care due to the complexity and stigma associated with using their health insurance.
A study from researcher Carrie Henning-Smith shows how low birth volume hospitals are using creative solutions to staff obstetrics units for deliveries.
Research from graduates Uzoma Abakporo (MPH, ‘15) and Abdirahman Hussein (MPH, ’15) examines the role of men in helping to raise HPV vaccination and cervical cancer screening rates in local Somali women and children.
A study from Professor Bryan Dowd and Professor Emeritus Roger Feldman shows that health provider consolidations often lead to higher care prices, and likely, increased insurance premiums.