In addition to a person’s race or ethnicity, where they live can matter in terms of whether they are diagnosed at a late stage for colorectal cancer, according to a recent study led by a researcher at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.
The study finds that cancer… more »
While most primary care physicians would provide some information about a medical error, only a minority would fully disclose important information about potentially harmful medical errors to patients, a new survey shows.
Most of the nearly 300 primary care physicians would provide only partial disclosure of a medical error for two hypothetical cases… more »
A team led by a professor at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University has developed guidelines designed to improve efforts to involve transgender people in research studies.
Recruitment of transgender participants can be difficult because they may be reluctant to answer questions about their gender identity and because they make… more »
Raising the cost of cigarettes has been proven to reduce their consumption. While tax increases have been the traditional vehicle for upping the price of smoking, their impact may be blunted by the tobacco industry’s promotional tactics.
A recent study led by a tobacco policy researcher from the School of Public… more »
Six new faculty members have joined the School of Public Health for the Fall 2016 semester.
Their research interests reflect a wide diversity of topics, from the potential effects of nanotechnology on health to violence prevention, stress, mother-and-child relationships, and the effects of taxes and other policies on people’s use of tobacco and other substances.
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