Dr. Valerie Yeager is a Professor and the interim Chair of the Center for Health Policy in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health in Indianapolis. Dr. Yeager’s recent research focuses on hospital community benefit initiatives and their work toward meeting the needs identified in their Community Health Needs Assessments. Additionally, as a member of the Consortium for Workforce Research in Public Health (CWORPH) much of her recent Public Health Systems and Services Research examines workforce topics such as recruitment, retention, and training needs of governmental public health employees.

Authored by Valerie Yeager, Dr.P.H., M.Phil.

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Public and Population Health Theme Sessions for the 2024 Annual Research Meeting: Equitable Access to Health Care and Prevention Services in a Post-Pandemic, Climate Changing Environment

Valerie Yeager, Public and Population Health Theme co-chair, highlights topics and findings of the 24 presentations featured in this year’s Public and Population Theme at the 2024 Annual Research Meeting (ARM) in Baltimore this June 29-July 2.
Posted By Valerie Yeager, Dr.P.H., M.Phil.