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Survey Reveals Racial, Political Differences in COVID-19 Responses

Thursday, February 25, 2021
People in line for COVID test

America’s stark racial disparities in health care have been exposed by COVID-19, but a new study from Michigan State University suggests that Black individuals are more likely than…

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MSU, Henry Ford Health System Finalize Partnership to Battle Health Disparities

Monday, January 25, 2021
Logos of both Henry Ford Health System and Michigan State University

Henry Ford Health System and Michigan State University, two of the state’s leading education, research and health care institutions, are partnering to make Michigan a national leader in…

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Counterfeit Products And COVID-19

Friday, December 18, 2020
N 95 Face masks

Jay Kennedy is an assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice with a joint appointment in the Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection. Much of Kennedy’s research in the anti-counterfeiting…

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Communication Professors Receive Grant for Health Research

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
James Dearing and Maria Lipinski

Michigan State University communication professors James Dearing and Maria Lapinski have received a grant to research which effective and low-cost healthcare practices from other countries could be successful…

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New MSU Model Shows How Communities Can Improve Health Care

Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Jeff Dwyer

A partnership at Michigan State University between the College of Human Medicine and MSU Extension is serving as a model of how land-grant universities can collaborate with medical…

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Study Reveals Ways to Reduce Health Care Violence

Monday, January 30, 2017
Judy Arnetz and Secchia Center

Violence toward health care workers is an occupational hazard of epidemic proportion, but a new study by a Michigan State University College of Human Medicine researcher found that…

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Poor Health Literacy a Public Health Issue

Thursday, October 13, 2016
Rikard

America’s poor record on health literacy is a public health issue, but one that can be fixed – not by logging onto the internet but by increased interaction…

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Workplace Stress Impacts Health Care Workers

Thursday, August 4, 2016
Arnetz

Stress can adversely affect a physician’s decision making, Bengt Arnetz and colleagues found in a recent study supported by the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation. The…

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Leveraging Electronic Health Records for Predictive Modeling

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Marianne Huebner, professor of statistics and probability, presents her latest research at the research forum on Big Data in Health Care.

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