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“Renee Cunningham-Williams’ office in Goldfarb Hall is a warm, welcoming place: books, cushions, a couch, plants, artwork and sunlight – all the accents that make a dean accessible to students at the Brown School, a place she calls “a fertile training ground for doing big things.”
Social work and public health students at the Brown School are united by a passion to help others. Gain the knowledge to make great change happen.
Social work, public health students get firsthand global health experience in Haiti this summer
Projects related to nutrition, infectious disease and health measurements all part of student experience.
#feeling sick: Can Twitter help better identify foodborne illness cases?
What if Twitter could be used to track foodborne illness cases and more quickly identify the source of the problem?
Faculty Expert: Funding for Children’s Health Insurance Program must be renewed
Money set to run out next fall for program that impacts nearly 8 million U.S. children.
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Tim McBride wonders “why is it that the rest of the country is seeing a pretty significant growth in Medicaid, even the states that are not expanding Medicaid, and we’re seeing a drop?”
Amanda Moore McBride blogs about moving beyond volunteering as our students' only pursuit of civic engagement to embrace a much broader political connection.
Tim McBride's health policy blog has been named one of the Top 100 Healthcare Blogs by bestmedicalassistantprograms.org.
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