IFH Researchers Present at NJ ACTS Symposium

Multiple IFH researchers presented research findings at NJ ACTS’s Community Engaged Scholarship Symposium in June.

Tobias Gerhard Elected New Member of American Epidemiological Society

IFH’s Interim Director, Tobias Gerhard, was elected new member of AES – an honorary society with a mission to provide a scientific forum for senior epidemiologists.

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New Jersey Health Data Project Tackles State’s Pressing Health Needs

Rutgers Center for State Health Policy launched the New Jersey Integrated Population Health Data (iPHD) Project to address some of the state’s most pressing health care issues

Diverted Buprenorphine May Help Prepare People With Opioid-Use Disorder for Treatment

IFH’s Stephen Crystal coauthors study on how use of buprenorphine prior to entering opioid disorder treatment can prepare patients to stay in care.

Remembering Shirley Smoyak

Remembering Shirley Smoyak, Distinguished Professor and member of the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research

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Researchers outline need for new approach to COVID-19 vaccine testing

IFH’s Nir Eyal and Tobias Gerhard and RBHS Chancellor Brian Strom present reasons to assess the effectiveness and safety of vaccines with both conventional and challenge trials .

IFH Newsletter Q1 2022

Read the latest news from the Institute for Health!

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Primary care tele-mentoring program model shows potential to lead to improved patient care

Rutgers Center for State Health Policy led an independent evaluation of Rutgers tele-mentoring program for primary care providers.

Teens and young adults overdosing on drugs for common mental health issues

IFH’s Dr. Greta Bushnell led research on youth with overdoses for certain drugs who have prescriptions for those medications.

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People with Multiple Sclerosis benefit from telehealth services

IFH’s Dr. Michelle Chen leads research on telehealth services for people with MS during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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