GHRI’s Dr. Lisa Jackson is developing clinical trials for two malaria vaccines. She says Zika awareness may help prevent this far more prevalent killer.
JAMA publishes Group Health research comparing mindfulness to cognitive behavioral therapy and usual care for back pain.
Dr. Dan Cherkin reflects on three decades of research on relieving back pain, concluding a supportive, healing context is key.
From gun violence to chronic illness, Dr. Wen—health commissioner for the city of Baltimore—believes many health problems can be solved by addressing their social causes.
Dr. Ed Wagner offers guidance for care teams as they begin to treat mental health, substance abuse, and behavioral disorders.
Susan Brandzel, GHRI project manager, tells about two studies that are exploring personal experiences with a new cancer screening program.
Virginia Immanuel, GHRI director of information technology, reviews a book (now a movie) about misrepresenting scientific evidence. Bad idea, she writes.
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