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A new report, supported by Well Being Trust and produced by AcademyHealth and ACT for Health, identifies expert recommendations to improve teen mental health.
Five new studies, awarded under the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Understanding and Supporting Anchor Businesses to Build a Culture of Health program, supported by AcademyHealth, are examining the ways that for-profit businesses advance health and well-being in their communities.
Recent Analysis of National Library of Medicine Database Reveals Overlooked Aspects of Diabetes Care, Including Disparities in Diabetes Management
Gavin Arneson, nursing student and winner of the National Library of Medicine’s HSRProj Research Competition for Students, and his mentor Maya Clark-Cutaia, reflect on the past, present and future of diabetes care and how national trends have touched both their lives.
AcademyHealth, in partnership with ACT for Health and with support from Well Being Trust, developed this report outlining prioritized policy recommendations from experts in the field for enhancing the psychological, social, and emotional wellbeing of America’s teens.
Medicaid Expansion Enrollees in Michigan Make Gains in Employment Prior to Implementation of State’s Work Requirement
Employment and student activities increased among Michigan Medicaid expansion enrollees, outpacing employment gains among the state’s general population during the same time period.
The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement, an AcademyHealth partner, and their research partners from Qualidigm, highlight considerations for off-site testing identified based on qualitative analysis of 11 interviews with regional leaders.
While the in-person 2020 Annual Research Meeting has been canceled, the abstracts accepted for presentation continue to demonstrate the quality and relevance of this field. AcademyHealth is pleased to publish this full list of all the names of those accepted to present at the meeting previously scheduled for mid-June in Boston.
The second post in this two-part series looks at research gaps in the diagnosis and treatment of HIV and future opportunities researchers and policymakers can consider moving forward.