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Public health and social work students tackle issues in the foster-care system

Thirty public health and social work students joined forces to tackle issues in the adolescent foster care system this fall. Their goal: Develop an intervention for The Bair Foundation of Columbus to encourage stability for young people in group home and residential settings.


Andy Wapner

Center for Public Health Practice hosts first-time quality improvement conference

To help public health professionals seeking techniques for improving practice throughout the state, the College of Public Health’s Center for Public Health Practice is hosting its first Ohio Public Health Improvement Exchange conference this week.


Mahmood Alalwan

APHA 2019 a time to highlight research, connect and learn

PHILADELPHIA – The College of Public Health was well-represented – and recognized – at this month’s annual meeting of the American Public Health Association.



Sex workers’ preferences for HIV prevention center on convenience

Malawi study highlights opportunities to optimize use of PrEP


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Many insured Americans go out of network, pay more for behavioral health despite parity laws

Study details high out-of-pocket costs


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Study: More behavioral health care linked to small drop in gun-related suicides

10% increase in workforce equals 1.2% decrease in suicide rate, researchers say