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How public health can help close the mental health treatment gap

How public health can help close the mental health treatment gap

Tyler Norris, chief executive of Well Being Trust, outlines five major improvements to mental health parity statutes, part of our "Fresh Perspectives" series hosted by the de Beaumont Foundation.
Voters are united in their support for public health

Voters are united in their support for public health

A majority of voters agree on the importance of making access to public health services a priority, according to a recent poll commissioned by the de Beaumont Foundation. Pollster Elizabeth Harrington shares the findings.
Q&A with All of Us Research Program's Kelly Gebo

Q&A with All of Us Research Program’s Kelly Gebo

Kelly Gebo, MD, MPH, chief medical and scientific officer with the All of Us Research Program at the National Institutes of Health, discusses the landmark initiative and its significance for improving health research and outcomes.
Tell better stories: Here's how

Tell better stories: Here’s how

If we want to build more support for public health, celebrated journalist Soledad O'Brien says public health professionals need to tell better stories. Read her storytelling tips in the latest post in our "Fresh Perspectives" series with the de Beaumont Foundation.
New voices: Millennials and the future of public health

New voices: Millennials and the future of public health

The de Beaumont Foundation is looking forward to a lively panel discussion on millennials in the public health workforce at the APHA Annual Meeting and Expo in November. Here's our preview!
"Fresh Perspectives" — Strange bedfellows, effective partners in public health

“Fresh Perspectives” — Strange bedfellows, effective partners in public health

The latest in our "Fresh Perspectives" series comes from Karen Remley at the de Beaumont Foundation offering tips for building cross-sector partnerships.
Vice Admiral Jerome Adams' year in review

Vice Admiral Jerome Adams’ year in review

One year after being sworn in as U.S. surgeon general, Vice Admiral Jerome Adams reflects on his work over the last 12 months and outlines his vision for a healthy future.

August 31 news: UNRWA funding, HHS nursing probe, global warming, Hurricane Maria deaths, health care lawsuits, energy drink ban

Check out today’s public health news on Friday, August 31, 2018.
“Fresh Perspectives” — Paving the Way for Better Health

“Fresh Perspectives” — Paving the Way for Better Health

In a post that kicks off a new series on the APHA Annual Meeting blog, de Beaumont Foundation CEO Brian Castrucci makes the case for building partnerships to advance public health.
APHA's Benjamin among 100 most influential in health care

APHA’s Benjamin among 100 most influential in health care

Modern Healthcare again named APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD, among the 100 most influential people in health care.

Aug. 17 news: Disability in US, opioids and pet owners, drug overdose deaths, worksite health care

Check out today’s public health news on Friday, Aug. 17, 2018.

July 20 news: Black lung rates, Medicaid expansion, universal flu vaccine, opioid prescribing rates, summer heat

Check out today’s public health news on Friday, July 20, 2018.