As many hospitals work to find ways to reduce costs and improve care, a study finds that patients' hearing loss significantly increases their risk for hospital re-admission.
Among her many notable accomplishments in public service, Ms. Richards is the author of “Make Trouble: Standing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding Courage to Lead.”
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These awards are part of a seven-year NIH initiative called Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO), which investigates how a range of environmental factors in early development – from conception through early childhood – affects the health and development of children and adolescents.
The program is open to individuals with one year or more of full-time healthcare management or healthcare-related professional experience, and who are employed full-time currently in a U.S. healthcare-related position.
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The National Institutes of Health announced a $6,341,419 grant to support the Play and Learning Across a Year (PLAY) project—a collaborative research initiative led by NYU researchers.
Public exhibition displays the expertise and services that student teams provided to more than 70 client organizations across the New York region, the U.S., and the world.
A public conversation at NYU Wagner will look into enhancing safety in New York and other cities beyond the role of law enforcement.
Large-scale field experiment sees credit-score awareness as path to improved financial health.
A new Wagner School study suggests that nursing homes ignore residents’ hearing loss.
Study led by NYU researcher Leanna Stiefel looks at steps that education policymakers and practitioners can take “to make inclusion in fact feel … inclusive.”