Posts Categorized: Health

Manuscript on SEED Method study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine

March 28, 2017
Center NewsCommunity EngagementHealthSEED Method

CSH researchers, led by Emily Zimmerman, together with the Engaging Richmond team, recently published a manuscript in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine on the PCORI-funded SEED Method study. Entitled “A Patient and Provider Research Agenda on Diabetes and Hypertension Management,” the article discusses the first demonstration of the SEED (Stakeholder Engagement in Question Development…

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Alicia Aroche teaches pediatric residents about ACEs

February 27, 2017
Center NewsCommunity EngagementHealth

Alicia Aroche, CSH research associate for community engagement, presented to a group of pediatric residents about trauma-informed care and research about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on February 3 at the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU Children’s Pavilion. ACEs are of particular importance for pediatric physicians to be aware of. According to research done by…

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Center staff share importance of community engaged research with pediatric residents

February 22, 2017
Center NewsCommunity EngagementHealth

Sarah Cook, CSH research epidemiologist, and Chanel Bea, CSH community engagement assistant, spoke to a group of second- and third-year pediatric residents on February 9 at the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU Children’s Pavilion about using community engagement and community-engaged research in medical practice. Community-engaged research involves engaging stakeholders and community partners in designing and…

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Connecting the Dots: Health and the Arts

January 17, 2017
Center NewsHealth

When the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s County Health Rankings showed the poor health indicators of their citizens, the people of Sullivan County, New York joined together to try to improve the health of their community. In October of last year, local officials and population health experts gathered at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts,…

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New Study Links America’s Health to Social, Economic and Environmental Factors in State-by-State Comparisons

October 26, 2016
Center NewsEducationHealthHousingIncomeRecent Releases

In a new report, released today, the Center on Society and Health and the Urban Institute show how states rank on dozens of health outcomes, highlighting where they are doing well and areas in which they need improvement. Perhaps most importantly, the data also provide detailed information about more than 100 potential drivers of these…

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The U.S. Health Disadvantage and the Role of Spending

June 7, 2016
Center NewsHealth

CSH Director, Steve Woolf, and Urban Institute Senior Fellow, Laudy Aron, recently co-authored a Health Affairs blog article on the increasing evidence of Americans’ poor health and the role of social spending. In addition to their 2013 National Academies Report, Shorter Lives Poorer Health, authors Woolf and Aron point to the recently published work of…

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Steve Woolf and Chanel Bea Highlight Benefits of Community Stakeholder Engagement in Research

June 3, 2016
Center NewsCommunity EngagementHealth

At a briefing event hosted by Health Affairs on April 7 in Washington, DC, CSH Director Steve Woolf and Community Researcher Chanel Bea gave compelling interviews on the important benefits of community and patient engagement to improve health and health care delivery in our country. Health Affairs in partnership with the Patient Centered Outcomes Research…

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Why Place Matters

April 26, 2016
Center NewsEducationHealthHousingIncome

In a recent blog article featured on Urban Wire, Urban Institute author Laudy Aron comments on the relationship between place and disadvantage and the effects on health outcomes. She outlines several policy steps that are needed to ensure that all Americans have access to support and resources they need to live “healthy, productive, and fulfilling…

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