Online now in @HSR_HRET: A new study by @HealthPolicyDPM's @Jwharam & colleagues @achou01, @ScottWeinerMD, Arthur H… https://t.co/uCAY2jArPC
In a new #LifeInTheEndZone blog, @MurielGillick discusses the evolution of the physician-patient relationship. The… https://t.co/ypg3xTGJXA
Online now in @APAPubJournals, a new study led by @DeptPopMed / @HealthPolicyDPM's Hefei Wen: https://t.co/sbPYGdCqgp
Tomorrow at noon! @DeptPopMed's @JuliaLMarcus is the guest speaker at the COVID19 & Human Rights webinar hosted by… https://t.co/axoEJ8i7lz
Registration is now open for the Sentinel Public Training on Maternal Health and Pregnancy!
In a new study in the American Psychiatric Association’s Psychiatric Research & Clinical Practice, lead and senior authors Christine Lu, PhD, MSc, and Stephen Soumerai, ScD and team probe further into FDA public health advisories issued beginning in late 2003. The advisories cautioned that children, adolescents, and young adults taking antidepressants were at an increased risk of suicidal ideation and behavior. The study team built on their prior work on the same warnings to produce the first long-term study on this subject. We spoke with Drs. Lu and Soumerai to learn more.
Welcome to our spotlight series, where we look beyond the CV and discover more about our investigators. Meet Peter James, who joined the Department of Population Medicine in 2017. Trained in environmental health and epidemiology, Dr. James has focused his research on estimating the influence of geographic contextual factors, including exposure to nature, the built environment, the food environment, air pollution, light pollution, noise, and socioeconomic factors, on health behaviors and chronic disease.