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The effects of state earned income tax credits on mental health and health behaviors: A quasi-experimental study

April 08, 2021
Social Science and Medicine March, 2021 Daniel F. Collin, Laura S. Shields-Zeeman, Akansha Batra, Justin S. White, Michelle Tong, Rita Hamad

Assessment of a Hotel-Based COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Strategy for Persons Experiencing Homelessness

April 08, 2021
JAMA Network Open Jonathan D. Fuchs, Henry Clay Carter, Jennifer Evans, Margot Kushel,Hemal K. Kanzaria, et al.

From Digitization to Digital Transformation: Policy Priorities for Closing the Gap

March 15, 2021
JAMA February, 2021Julia Adler-Milstein

How individual ethical frameworks shape physician trainees’ experiences providing end-of-life care: a qualitative study

March 15, 2021
Journal of Medical Ethics February, 2021 Sarah Rosenwohl-Mack, Daniel Dohan, Thea Matthews, Jason Neil Batten,Elizabeth Dzeng

Caring for the Caregivers — Covid-19 Vaccination for Essential Members of the Health Care Team

March 15, 2021
The New England Journal of Medicine February, 2021 Meghan C. Halley and Christina Mangurian

Latina Mothers’ Perspectives on Adverse Experiences and Protection of Latinx Youth in an Agricultural Community

March 02, 2021
Journal of Adolescent Health 1 February 2021 Deepika D. Parmar, Elodia Caballero, Marissa Raymond-Flesch, et al.

The Coming Era Of Precision Health

March 02, 2021
HealthAffairs February 2021Kathryn Phillips

It Should Not Require a Pandemic to Make Community Engagement in Research Leadership Essential, not Optional

March 02, 2021
Journal of Clinical and Translational Science 5 February 2021Kevin Grumbach, Linda B. Cottler, Jen Brown, Monique LeSarre, et al.

The case for prescribing PrEP in community mental health settings

February 22, 2021
The Lancet HIV 22 January 2021 Andrew Sudler, Francine Cournos, Emily Arnold, Christina Mangurian, et al.

How a Well-Meaning Health Policy Created California’s Coronavirus 

February 22, 2021
The Atlantic January 12, 2021 Interview with IHPS core faculty members, Janet Coffman, professor of health policy, and Rene Hsia, an attending physician at  Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

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