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.
Anne Markus and CHAMPS Study Team Published in Pediatrics
Associate Professor Anne Markus and the rest of the Community Healthcare for Asthma Management and Prevention of Symptoms (CHAMPS) study team published the first in a series of articles on the results from a multi-site, multi-year evaluation of evidence-based childhood asthma interventions implemented in Community Health Centers.
Sara Rosenbaum Publishes in Academic Pediatrics
Professor Sara Rosenbaum is the author of "ACES and Child Health Policy: The Enduring Case for EPSDT," published in Academic Pediatrics.
New in Women's Health Issues: Study Explores Complex Relationship between Education and Unintended Pregnancy
Women with fewer socioeconomic advantages are more likely to report having unintended pregnancies, but pregnancy intention is a complicated concept.
Sara Rosenbaum Publishes in Milbank Quarterly
Professor Sara Rosenbaum is the author of "When Old Is New: Medicaid's EPSDT Benefit at Fifty, and the Future of Child Health Policy," published in the December issue of the Milbank Quarterly.