The next Sentinel Innovation and Methods Seminar is tomorrow, Thurs 7/29 at 3pm ET!
Hong Yu, MS, PhD, FACMI presen… https://t.co/YsYqilU7Yf
Are MicroRNAs (miRs) associated with allergic/seasonal #asthma?
A new study co-authored by @DeptPopMed /… https://t.co/Kgog4vXulP
How did #COVID19 caseload surges in hospitals affect survival rates?
A new study in @AnnalsofIM co-authored by… https://t.co/135IWiLwjQ
A new paper in @AAPJournals #Pediatrics co-authored by @DeptPopMed's @Asthma3Ways discusses possible novel methods… https://t.co/phMPFIHwnL
A new study co-authored by @DeptPopMed's @Jeffbrown34 assessed the feasibility / generalizability of a mobile #app… https://t.co/184WtWxSSG
It is our pleasure to present our Annual Report on the activities and achievements of the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute for 2020. After a year like no other, we are especially proud to showcase the extraordinary efforts made by so many members of our Institute, who made it possible to continue working while coping with the complexities of managing life at home.
A new biweekly overview of recent studies published by Institute investigators and their collaborators brings a wide variety of topics and research methods.
Topics include: COVID-19 (effects of delays in breast cancer screening and treatment; vaccinations; data collection and validation; effects of hospital surges on mortality); pediatrics (assessing the effectiveness of emerging technologies; the effects of obesity on acute respiratory illness; and epigenetics); diagnostic coding transitions; advocating for clearer drug labeling; and recreational cannabis laws.