Publication Reviews Literature on Accountable Communities for Health
Policies that Address Gender-based Health Disparities
When the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office on Women’s Health (OWH) funded community coalitions across the country to address gender-based health disparities, the communities identified and addressed a wide range of concerns, from inadequate walking and biking facilities in Billings, Montana to impacts of trauma in Baltimore.
Presentation on Striving for Health Justice Amid Health Reform Uncertainty
Associate Professor Joel Teitelbaum, who directs the Milken Institute School of Public Health Department of Health Policy and Management’s Hirsh Health Law and Policy Program, was invited to present at the Harvard Medical School’s Equity and Social Justice Program on the topic of “Striving for Health Justice Amid Health Reform Uncertainty.”
Health Policy and Management Professor Contributes to Important Report on Policies to Reduce and Respond to Lead Exposure
Health Policy and Management Research Professor Janet Phoenix, MD, MPH, called upon on her wide-ranging experiences in preventing children’s exposure to lead to help produce an important report aimed at helping spread the word on how to reduce and respond to lead exposures.