• Creators Syndicate: March 29, 2017

    Prevention Attention! Turning a 'No' Vote Into a 'Now' Vote

    In the second installment of a two-part series of articles in Creator's Syndicate, Marilyn Preston highlights how Larry Cohen's Prevention Diaries calls upon policymakers to act on new opportunities to incorporate prevention in the healthcare system-- a timely message in light of the continuation of the ACA.

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  • East Bay Times: March 22, 2017

    My Word: California must push back and forward on health care

    The East Bay Times features an op-ed by PI's Manal Aboelata and Larry Cohen who call on Californians to set a new gold standard for healthcare by creating a statewide Prevention and Public Health Fund. Making an economic and moral argument, they maintain that California, given its size and purchasing power, has a responsibility to push back against the ACHA and lead the way forward to transform our health system into one that includes prevention of illness and injury, and high-quality health care for all.

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  • Yes! Magazine: March 2, 2017

    Good Health Outside the Doctors Office

    Prevention Institute consultant Daphne Miller wrote an article on Community-Centered Health Homes (CCHH) for Yes! magazine’s spring 2017 issue. It features five Gulf Coast pilot CCHH sites. Permission to reprint the article was obtained from Yes! Magazine. 

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  • KevinMD: January 30, 2017

    Spend money on autism support, not conspiracy theories

    PI's Jessica Berthold wrote a blog post for KevinMD and The Doctor Weighs In on how a proposal to create a vaccine safety commission--purportedly to look into the link between autism and vaccines--is misguided. The money for such a panel would be better spent on supporting those who have autism.

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  • Milwaukee Independent: January 17, 2017

    Dr. Pinderhughes Outlines Path to Heal City at Safe MKE Symposium

    Last week, Prevention Institute traveled to Milwaukee to participate in Safe MKE, a half-day symposium focused on developing a comprehensive plan to prevent violence. Leaders from community, business, faith-based institutions, government, and health sectors convened to discuss causes of viоIеncе within Milwaukee, the impacts of community trauma, and the role of prevention. Milwaukee Independent reports on the symposium’s purpose of bringing community stakeholders together to contribute collectively to the community-wide strategy.

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