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David Patterson: More Must Be Done to Address Opioid Crisis
Trump’s proposed budget aims to address the opioid crisis with a $500 million increase in prevention and treatment, but it isn’t enough to address the issue, says Associate Professor David Patterson.
Employer-Based Financial Wellness Programs Project Receives $750,000 Grant from Kellogg Foundation
Over the next two years, the Brown School’s Center for Social Development will conduct a large-scale intervention study to assess implementation effectiveness and employee financial security outcomes of employer-based financial wellness programs.
Brown Alumni and Friends Honored at Annual Awards
Eight awardees were honored at the 34th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards. The event highlights Brown School graduates and supporters who work in diverse ways for positive change around the globe.
Overweight Mothers Underestimate their Children’s Weight
Mothers who are overweight or obese tend to underestimate the weights of their obese children, according to a new study from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.
Student Spotlight: Donnatesa Dean
A second-year MPH student specializing in Epidemiology/Biostatistics, Donnatesa Dean has worked closely with the For the Sake of All initiative to help expand school-based health centers.
Tim McBride: Trump and GOP Face Catch-22 Trying to Alter ACA
While President Trump and a Republican-controlled legislature look to make good on campaign promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, political reality is kicking in, says Brown School Professor Tim McBride.
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