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June 22, 2020
Introduction Population health problems are complex and “sticky,” often lacking an obvious or straightforward solution. If there is evidence that a policy, program, or practice works in one setting, community leaders may be inspired to try... Read more
May 28, 2020
Introduction As policymakers across the country grapple with how to reopen local economies while still protecting the public’s health, many are looking to rapidly evolving evidence to mitigate risks. Policymakers need not be scientists to make... Read more
April 23, 2020
Introduction Food security refers to the ability to access enough food for every member of one’s household at all times. National surveillance data show that overall, food security had been improving steadily since 2011, following the nation’s... Read more
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March 24, 2020
Earlier this year, Dr. George Kaplan, a pioneering social epidemiologist and expert in complex systems modeling, spoke with Dr. Ellicott Matthay about complex systems models in population health research.  His insights are especially... Read more
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March 2, 2020
Ellicott Matthay, our E4A Postdoctoral Scholar, sat down with E4A National Advisory Committee member Dr. Thomas Cook to discuss some of the methods challenges facing population health researchers, possible approaches to overcoming those challenges,... Read more