Grand Rounds: Strengthening Implementation Science to Advance Child Health
Grand Rounds: The Prevention Agenda and NYS Health Care Reforms
Jo Ivey Boufford
Jo Ivey Boufford discusses the health care reforms in the state of New York.
To many planners and health advocates, the NYCHA community is well-positioned for food innovation, which has led to the development of several public/private initiatives encompassing urban agriculture, good food entrepreneurship, and increased quality and quantity of food retail outlets.
Grand Rounds: Metals and Cardiovascular Disease
Ana Navas-Acien discusses the relationship between metals and cardiovascular disease, and opportunities for disease prevention.
With food playing such a pivotal role in the life of cities, planners are increasingly looked upon to take more of a central and active part in shaping the urban food environment. This forum looks at ways this is happening in New York City.
Grand Rounds: Toward a Unified Methodology of Study Design and Statistical Analysis
Toward a Unified Methodology of Study Design and Statistical Analysis for Causal Inference in Implementation Science
Out in the Rural
Thomas Ward, Dr. Jack Geiger
Out in the Rural: A Mississippi Health Center and Its War on Poverty. A seminar celebrating the publication of this book, featuring the author, Thomas Ward, and special guest, Dr. Jack Geiger.
Food Benefits and the Health of Immigrants
Anabel Perez-Jimenz, Nicholas Freudenberg
Grand Rounds: Taming Wicked Problems
Jonathan Aitken discusses how design thinking can contribute to solving some of the most difficult issues in healthcare.
Grand Rounds: Enigmas of Health and Disease
Alfredo Morabia discusses how epidemiology helps unravel scientific mysteries.