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Hospital cooperation key to reducing rates of infection, study finds

 

Many Seniors Overpaying for Medicare Drug Plans: Study

 

Forest Hills Police Get Skateboard Helmets Through

 

Computer simulation shows hospitals' MSRA rates are interconnected

 

Chao Zhou, Ph.D. published in Health Affairs October issue

The Vast Majority Of Medicare Part D Beneficiaries Still Don’t Choose The Cheapest Plans That Meet Their Medication Needs By Chao Zhou, co-author Yuting Z  

Pitt Public Health Dean Delivers Keynote Address at Statewide Health Conference

 

Hospitals That Cooperate on Infection Control Fare Better Than Hospitals Acting Alone

 

Medicare Beneficiaries Overspend by Hundreds, Pitt Public Health Finds

 

The risks of eating rice

 

Lucile Adams-Campbell (EPI '83)

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Lucile Adams-Campbell started her October 12 guest lecture with a surprising definition of a cancer survivor: anyone who’s been diagnosed with a cancer, starting with the moment of diagnosis and extending to end of life. This can mean duration from a single day to a span of many years. She went on to say that it is a lack of resources—access to care and treatment—that determines much of a survivor’s longevity. What happens after diagnosis matters... 

Study Counters WHI on Risk of Hormones in Menopause

 

Yuting Zhang interviewed by NY Times, Post-Gazette, WESA 90.5 Radio News, Reuters Health and Others

Dr. Zhang has been interviewed for the recent study published at the Archives of Internal Medicine on September 24, 2012, entitled “  

Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership announces its 2013 Exemplary Leader Aaward.

Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership is pleased to announce that Chancellor Mark Nordenberg will receive the 2013 Exemplary Leader Award . 

Pittsburgh Finds Regional and Seasonal Variation in Antibiotic Use

 

Pittsburgh Finds Social Networking Reveals Food Safety Connection to Global Trade

 

Pennsylvania Public Health Training Center

 

Elderly In South Use More Antibiotics Than Seniors In Other Areas Of Country

 

Antibiotic Prescription? It May Depend on Where You Live

 

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Social Networking Reveals Food Safety Connection to Global Trade

 

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Baumann receives Boren Fellowship to study Nepali language 

Baumann receives Boren Fellowship to study Nepali language

PITT WIRE - The National Security Education Program has recognized 8 Pitt students with Boren Awards. Doctoral student, SARA BAUMANN (BCHS '19), received a Boren Fellowship for study of the Nepali language at Cornell University for summer 2018 to support her work in community-based participator... (06/20/2018)
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Lara Siminerio Lemon delivers student address at Pitt's Commencement 2018 Graduate Ceremony 

Lara Siminerio Lemon delivers student address at Pitt's Commencement 2018 Graduate Ceremony

PITT WIRE - In Pitt's graduate student address, EPI doctoral graduate LARA  SIMINERIO LEMON told the audience: "You only have one life. So do what you choose with it but remember: it's the only chance you'll get ... Please do not lose the momentum that Pitt has provided to each one of us ... g... (04/26/2018)
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The HIV Prevention and Care Project turns 25 

The HIV Prevention and Care Project turns 25

PITT WIRE - Led by IDM's TONY SILVESTRE, the Pitt Public Health project serves as the facilitator of the HIV prevention and care community planning process in Pennsylvania. With initiatives like Acceptance Journeys and Project SILK, the work has received recognition from multiple federal health bod... (04/26/2018)

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Pitt Public Health surpasses 7,000 alumni with 2018 Convocation ceremony 

Pitt Public Health surpasses 7,000 alumni with 2018 Convocation ceremony

On Sunday, April 29, Pitt Public Health welcomed over 200 graduates into the school's alumni community at our annual Convocation. “Our alumni cohort is now 7,000 people deep, since the school’s founding 70 years ago. Our impressive alumni give the school an international network of influence and th... (06/13/2018)
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Williams-Pate represents Pitt Public Health as This is Public Health ambassador  

Williams-Pate represents Pitt Public Health as This is Public Health ambassador

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - Thirty-five new ambassadors, including KYANNA WILLIAMS-PATE (BCHS ’19), are joining the program, representing the This Is Public Health brand and 23 ASPPH member institutions. Throughout the year, ambassadors participate in a series of public health outreach events along with p... (05/21/2018)

Racial disparity in premature deaths has narrowed since 1990 

Racial disparity in premature deaths has narrowed since 1990

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - The past quarter century has brought a striking decline in earlier-than-expected deaths among blacks in the U.S. “We were surprised by these findings because they demonstrated such dramatic improvement,” said DEAN DONALD BURKE. “Our study shows that racial disparity in health ... (05/07/2018)
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