• Into the Fold Podcast by Hogg Foundation For Mental Health: August 21, 2017

    What is Mental Health Becoming?

    Prevention Institute Director Sheila Savannah joins a podcast hosted by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. She explores strategies for fostering equitable health in communities, from creating safe and accessible physical spaces to providing transportation to employment and educational opportunities. Using the Minneapolis Violence Prevention blueprint as a case study, she highlights how health equity and violence prevention efforts must entail comprehensive, multi-sector collaboration.

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  • The International Journal of Epidemiology: July 28, 2017

    Book Review: Prevention Diaries

    In The International Journal of Epidemiology, Peter Sainsbury writes, “Cohen and his colleagues clearly have a very comprehensive and sophisticated understanding of society and social change. Consequently, they use a wide range of prevention techniques—from lobbying for legislative and policy change, through partnerships with businesses and grassroots organizations, to community education, mobilisation and activism—but always emphasizing ‘upstream’ prevention...” Read full review here

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  • Morning Consult: July 28, 2017

    Obamacare Repeal Defeat Staves Off Cuts to Preventive Health Program

    Jon Reid from Morning Consult reports on how the defeat of Senate Republicans’ Obamacare repeal bill will defer any cuts to the Prevention and Public Health Fund. He cites Prevention Intstitute's joint statement with other public health groups, released prior to the vote, bdenouncing cuts to federal funding for prevention efforts.

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  • July 27, 2017

    CDC may face double jeopardy with Senate health bill

    Lev Facher of STAT reports on Prevention Institute's joint statement with other public health organizations urging for protection of the Prevention and Public Health Fund and denouncing the ‘skinny’ repeal bill that the Senate is soon expected to vote on.

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  • The Washington Post: June 22, 2017

    Democrats, allies already mobilizing against the bill

    PI, APHA, PHI and TFAH were mentioned in a Washington Post article for their release of a joint statement that opposed the secrecy surrounding the Senate bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and which criticized elements of the House bill.

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  • Nurse Leader: June 2, 2017

    Making Sense of ACOs: A Guide for Nurse Leaders

    PI's Larissa J. Estes co-authors a paper examining how the ACA was born out of our fractured healthcare system, and why there is consensus among many providers, payers, patients, purchasers, and other stakeholders in the health care system that it is crucial to deliver person-centered person-centered care. 

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  • Association of Health Care Journalists: April 21, 2017

    Public health experts discuss ‘infectious nature’ of violence

    Joanne Kenen of the Association of Health Care Journalists covers the Health Journalism 2017 kickoff roundtable on Violence as a Public Health Emergency, where PI’s Rachel Davis spoke with public health experts Drs. Gary Slutkin (Cure Violence) and Georges Benjamin (APHA).

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  • MedPage Today: April 21, 2017

    Can a Public Health Initiative Prevent Gun Violence?

    Joyce Frieden covers the annual meeting of the Association of Health Care Journalists. "The epidemic of violence in the U.S. needs to be seen as a public health issue -- rather than a law enforcement issue -- and treated accordingly, experts said here."

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  • Urban Health Media Project: April 18, 2017

    Tackling The Big Questions For Better Health

    Jayne O'Donnell explores  social determinants of community health in Baltimore, particularly food politics, higlighting how Larry Cohen's talk on food security has helped inform students in the Urban Health Media project

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