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Sevly Snguon
Posted On August 15, 2022 6:47 pm
FOCUS A wave of targeted anti-poverty interventions in the U.S. provides individuals and families unconditional, unrestricted, and recurring cash transfers, also known as guaranteed income. The results are promising for those who have been fortunate to be selected as participants, such as reduced mental distress and higher attainment of full-time jobs compared with control groups…. View Article
Danny A. Kalash, DMD
Posted On October 13, 2021 6:26 pm
FOCUS Although children’s oral health appears to be improving nationally, it continues to stagnate or worsen among families of color, families living in rural areas, and families who experience gaps in access to social supports. While some states have achieved utilization parity among Medicaid-insured and commercially insured children, substantial utilization gaps remain in most states…. View Article
Rantimi Adetunji
Posted On July 23, 2019 8:04 pm
FOCUS Rantimi’s dissertation will examine demand and supply factors of equitable elder care in Vietnam, with translatable learnings for building a culture of health in the United States. Her research interests include healthy aging, economic evaluations, HIV, injury and violence prevention. MORE ABOUT RANTIMI Rantimi’s (run-TEA–me) passion to reduce health and wealth inequities globally has… View Article

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