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CHAS eNews: July 2018
POLICY BRIEFS: Trends in Post-Acute Care Use Among Medicare Beneficiaries: 2000 to 2015; A Study of Low Incidence Reporting Associated With Sexual Victimization of Female Inmates by Prison Staff; The Importance of Obtaining Father Involvement Reports (More)
CHAS eNews: February 2018
POLICY BRIEFS: Determining Association Between Spousal Characteristics and Hospice Use; Genetic Variants Demonstrating Flip-Flop Phenomenon and Breast Cancer Risk Prediction Among Women of African Ancestry; Early Consultation Reduces Re-Hospitilizati (More)
CHAS eNews: January 2018
POLICY BRIEFS: Drug Use Among Asian Americans; Patient Centered Medical Home Capability; "Advancing Antimicrobial Stewardship through Social Media" ANNOUNCEMENTS:CHAS welcomes Dr. Nadine Burke Harris. MISC: Upcoming Events; Upcoming Michael M. Davi (More)
CHAS eNews: December 2017
POLICY BRIEFS: Drug Use Among Asian Americans; Patient Centered Medical Home Capability; "Advancing Antimicrobial Stewardship through Social Media" ANNOUNCEMENTS:CHAS welcomes Dr. Nadine Burke Harris. MISC: Upcoming Events; Upcoming Michael M. Davi (More)
Understanding Long-term Care Planning
Increased life expectancy and the aging of the baby boomer generation is projected to create a surge in demand for long-term care in coming years, yet current policies for planning for such care are already deemed inadequate. In this study, CHAS Fell (More)
Medicaid Working Group Earns NIH Funding
CHAS Fellows Tamara Konetzka and Prachi Sanghavi were each awarded NIH funding for their projects associated with the Medicaid Working Group. Funded through (More)
CHAS eNews: December 2017
POLICY BRIEFS: Trust and Disclosure Among HIV-Positive Black Gay and Bisexual Men; Understanding Long-term Care Planning; "Perceptions Shape Action" in Post-Disaster Recovery; ANNOUNCEMENTS: Medicaid Working Group Earns NIH Funding; CHAS Fellow Plac (More)