We sat down with doctoral candidate Patrick Kelly to discuss the needs of marginalized Americans who seek care on the periphery of our formal health care system.
HIV in Houston: A Study on the Potential Impact of Medicaid Expansion and ART/PrEP
HIV rates in Houston, Texas could decrease significantly with the expansion of Medicaid and increased use of preventive and antiviral medications, according to a new study.
Meeting the Moment
In tackling monkeypox head on, Brown faculty members bypass the ivory tower in favor of the streets.
Could MDMA-assisted Therapy Successfully Treat Veterans with PTSD?
Faculty members at the School of Public Health will use a Brown Research Seed Award to evaluate MDMA’s potential as treatment for veterans with co-occurring PTSD and alcohol use disorder.
Medicare’s Goldilocks Problem
Andrew Ryan discusses the efficacy of a Medicare bundled payments program.
Do No Harm
The front line in one of the most important battles in public health is sandwiched between a luxury hotel and a shuttered restaurant in Providence’s Downtown Historic District.
Back to the Land
Summer Gonsalves MPH’19 builds relationships with communities impacted by environmental contamination
New guidelines to help health providers prevent gun injuries and deaths
Each year, approximately 40,000 people in the United States die because of guns, making firearm-related injuries a leading cause of death for adults and children.
Erlyn Rachelle Macarayan Ph.D., MS, RN is an adjunct assistant professor of health services, policy and practice at the School of Public Health. In her spare time, she writes children’s books.
To advance human rights, consult neuroscience
Scholars find brain science bolsters long-held notions that people thrive when they enjoy basic human rights such as agency, freedom from want, and freedom from fear