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Of the 67 papers reviewed, only 16 (23.9%) included any mention of the effects that hearing loss can have on health care interactions.
Implemented Feb. 1, the new "bag tax" produced a “dramatic decrease” in grocery store shoppers’ use of disposable carryout bags in Chicago, according to an NYU Wagner researcher.
The 21st annual Kovner Behrman Health Forum at NYU Wagner features J. Michael Williams of the Harvard Medical School. The speaker's topic: Have ACO's delivered on their promised cost and quality improvements?
At the center of the cutting-edge initiatives is the new Social Innovation & Investment Initiative (SIII) academic specialization, situated at the intersection of impact investing and public service.
In spite of recent investments in health care and public health in India’s global capital city, the capacity to leverage these investments to improve access to effective care have not been sufficient to overcome crushing poverty and inequalities, a new study finds.
New research by NYU's Dr. Jan Blustein finds the current Chinese cesarean rate is substantially lower than the WHO had reported, and comparable to the United States rate for the same year.
Panel discussion will feature noted political experts – including, in part, CNN Presidential HistorianTim Naftali, Eleanor Randolph of The New York Times, and Republican strategist Susan Del Percio.
Staged in recognition of International Human Rights Day, the photographic project shows a Peruvian landscape bearing scars of violent crimes motivated by homophobia and transphobia.
An informative dialogue sponsored by NYU Wagner will feature two senior former government officials going toe-to-toe, and will be moderated by an international correspondent from NPR.
How mayors and city managers are using innovative approaches to fight entrenched poverty, finance infrastructure work, or protect the environment.