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Investigation of socio-economic factors associated with successful assisted living in Japan and the United States

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International Collaborative Research Program 2022–23 3rd Osaka University and UC Berkeley Joint International Symposium Opening remarks and Introduction Dr. Kei Kamide (Dean, Professor, Div. of Health Science, Osaka Univ.) Session 1; Research achievement reports 9:10-10:10 (Japan time) Moderators: Dr. Linda Neuhauser (Professor, School of Public Health, UC Berkeley), Dr. Marlon Maus (Professor, School of Public […]

Leveraging Big Health Data to Answer Questions about Program and Policy Effects

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Dr. Ahern will present research on leveraging big health data to understand the impacts of different forms of violence on health and health disparities in California, and the effects of programs and policies that may influence violence. The presentation will include examination of injuries and deaths due to legal intervention among young people, and examination […]

More than Misinformed: Improving Public Health Information Environments

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Speakers: Sara Gorman, PhD, MPH / David Scales, MPhil, MD, PhD The COVID-19 pandemic and the associated infodemic – the abundance of information, both true and false, spreading at unprecedented speed and scale – has created myriad challenges for public health professionals. While COVID-19 is becoming endemic, our infodemic was, in fact, already endemic. In […]

The Affordable Care Act: Platform for Reducing African American-White Health Disparities

116 Haviland Hall 116 Haviland Hall, Berkeley, CA

Speaker: Dr. Lonnie Snowden, UC Berkeley, School of Public Health The Affordable Care Act (ACA) institutionalized a multifaceted health policy platform--including subsidized health insurance through health insurance marketplaces (“exchanges”), Medicaid expansion, and support of safety net care in provider shortage areas. These policies have the potential to significantly improve racial equity because they drive insurance coverage, […]

Big Give 2023 – Berkeley Public Health

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Give Big to Berkeley Public Health, 9 pm-9 pm 3/8-3/9! We need your support to keep up our efforts to advance health equity, fund groundbreaking research, and support the public health changemakers of tomorrow! From 9 pm Wednesday, March 8, through 9 pm Thursday, March 9, we invite our great, big UC Berkeley School of Public Health community — alumni, parents, students, […]

Implementing a Maternal Health and Pregnancy Outcomes Vision for Everyone (IMPROVE) Initiative 2023 Awardee Workshop: Virtual Workshop

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IMPROVE is an NIH-wide initiative led by NICHD, ORWH, and NINR, with participation from multiple NIH institutes, centers, and offices, that was established in response to the rising U.S. rates of pregnancy-related deaths. This multipronged, innovative research effort is designed to address maternal mortality and morbidity, including severe maternal morbidity, and improve maternal health before, […]

Food System Career Fair: Planting Seeds of Connection and Transformation

Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union

Sponsors: Berkeley Food Institute, Rausser College of Natural Resources, Center for Responsible Business, Housing and Dining Sustainability Advocates, Educational Opportunities Program The Berkeley Food Institute invites you to UC Berkeley’s first ever Food Systems Career Fair: Planting Seeds of Connection & Transformation. We invite students at any point in their academic journey to learn about pathways to create change […]

Lethal in Disguise: The Real Impacts of Crowd Control Weapons and the Global Fight to Protect the Right to Protest

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Join PHR and INCLO as we launch our new report LETHAL IN DISGUISE 2: How Crowd-Control Weapons Impact Health and Human Rights and platform documenting the impacts CCWs have on protesters all over the world. Washington Post journalist Shibani Mahtani will lead a conversation with Rohini Haar, UC Berkeley Faculty and lead author of the […]

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