Community Health Center Funding Cliff Could Cause More Than A Hundred Thousand Jobs To Be Lost

If the Community Health Center Fund is not restored, millions of patients served by community health centers may lose access to crucial health care and up to 161,000 jobs could be lost in communities across the nation. That’s the conclusion of an analysis produced by the Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative at the George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health (Milken Institute SPH).

Different Cancer Risks for Women and Men with Adverse Childhood Experiences, Study Finds

The latest Editor's Choice study in Women's Health Issues addresses the cancer risks faced by men and women who experience eight different adverse childhood events.

Publication Reviews Literature on Accountable Communities for Health

A National Academy of Medicine discussion paper identifies a common set of principles driving the growing number of initiatives promoting Accountable Communities for Health to improve population and community health. 

Substance Use Events and What Declaring a Public Health Emergency Over the Opioid Crisis Means

Prescription opoids GW's events on opioid use and Professor Jeff Levi's explanation of what President Trump’s declaration that our nation’s opioid crisis is a public health emergency means