Interprofessional Care Coordination: Looking to the Future
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Dr. Shih testified before the Council of the City of New York Health Committee on supporting efforts to build an effective outreach campaign for the upcoming Open Enrollment period of the New York State Health Plan Marketplace.
NYAM recently received two new grants for projects that will contribute to the improvement of health care and population health in New York State in 2015 and beyond.
Aiming to empower planners and policy-makers to achieve better health for billions of people living in fast-growing urban areas, world health, environmental, behavioural and social science experts today launched a major new interdisciplinary scientific collaboration.
A global scientific research programme has been launched in China to examine the unintended consequences of urban policies on human health and wellbeing.
To honor the legacy of Margaret E. Mahoney, and her commitment to addressing the health care and developmental needs of vulnerable populations, especially children, a new fellowship program has been created for health professional and health policy students, focused on transforming health care delivery systems for vulnerable urban populations as well as early childhood health and development.
The online application access problem has been fixed. The deadline for submitting applications has been extended to Friday, April 12 at 5pm. All application materials must be submitted online. (Updated Thursday, April 4, 10am)
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|01/24/15||Bibliography Week Lecture: The History of Material Forgery|
|01/27/15||The 2015 Ed Hornick Memorial Lecture and Award: “Recognizing Bipolar Disorder in Young Adults and Late Adolescents: A Subtle Science” - Maria A. Oquendo, M.D.|
|Evidence-Based Guidelines Affecting Policy, Practice and Stakeholders (E-GAPPS II)|
|The 2015 International Conference on Urban Health|
NYAM's 20th Annual Gala video shows how we build on our legacy and its lessons to tackle some of today's most challenging health problems.