Annual Research Meeting theme lead Monica Peek highlights panels under the Social Determinants of Health and Social Needs theme that cover important topics related to data, housing, COVID-19, and more.
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AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting (ARM) is just around the corner. AcademyHealth Vice President and longtime AcademyHealth member Bonnie Cluxton reflects on the legacy of ARM and why it remains a must attend event.
Kate Goodrich, a theme lead for AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting, highlights key research from the theme Payment and Delivery System Innovation that will be presented at the conference June 4-7.
Prepare for this year’s conference, the first in-person Annual Research Meeting since the start of the pandemic, with tips on navigating the agenda, networking, and more.
AcademyHealth members Sara Galantowicz and Rachel Henke highlight the role of contract research in the health policy ecosystem, as well as contract research events planned for the in-person 2022 Annual Research Meeting.
With the 2022 Call for Abstracts now open, watch the video reel highlighting key points from the 2021 Annual Research Meeting closing plenary in which experts discussed revamping the public health system by investing in data infrastructure, a diverse workforce, and research.
Reflecting on a recent ARM session, Lessons from COVID-19 for Research on Social Determinants and Racial Disparities, this blog post highlights the potential for conducting more equitable research to improve community health.
Health system issues were featured at last month’s Annual Research Meeting (ARM) with a focus on equity, the impact of new data sources on decision making, and the need to advance the workforce.
Social media platforms are grappling with their role in curbing misinformation and promoting accurate information, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Panelists at last month’s Annual Research Meeting discussed strategies for researchers and health care leaders to combat misinformation.
Several breakout and plenary sessions at the 2021 Annual Research Meeting considered the role of health services research (HSR) in addressing health equity and structural racism, both in the field and in our health care system, particularly as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.