LaVeist’s Research Investigates Role of Religion, Other Factors in Coping with Prostate Cancer

The sources that men use and desire when coping with prostate cancer was the topic of a recent publication in the American Journal of Men’s Health by Health Policy and Management Professor and Chair Thomas LaVeist.  He led a team that investigated the relationship between race, religion, and cancer treatment decisions in African American men compared with white men.  

Ruth Lopert Authors Chapter in Pharmaceutical Policy Textbook

Adjunct Professor Ruth Lopert authored a chapter in a new textbook of pharmaceutical policy, “Pharmaceutical Policy in Bulgaria,” in Pharmaceutical Policy in Countries with Developing Healthcare Systems (ADIS, 2017).

Evolving U.S. Workforce is Central to Quality of Care, says New Research

The rapidly changing U.S. health care system and other forces continue to create a tremendous demand for an innovative and flexible health work force.