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From Quebec to Copenhagen: Annual Preventing Overdiagnosis Conference Raises Awareness Around the Globe
The Dartmouth Institute, widely recognized for its pioneering research on overdiagnosis and overtreatment, is a founding collaborator of the conference.
Alumni News & Notes - Summer/Fall 2017
Learn about recent accomplishments by our Dartmouth Institute alumni—and tell us about your own!
Q&A with The Dartmouth Institute’s Newest Faculty Member Dr. Amber Barnato
In 2017, Amber Barnato was named the inaugural Susan J. and Richard M. Levy 1960 Distinguished Professor in Health Care Delivery. Learn more about her plans for continuing her groundbreaking research into end-of-life care here at The Dartmouth Institute.
Dartmouth Institute MPH Students on Why the Time is Now!
The incoming class of Dartmouth Institute MPH students come from diverse professional backgrounds, and they believe that despite an environment of uncertainty, it’s a great time to be working in health care!
New Dartmouth Institute Analysis Looks at Laws on Patient Recording of Clinical Encounters
If you are doctor, there is a good chance that at least one of your last 10 patients recorded their visit—either with or without permission. This “new reality” has some doctors and health care clinics worried about the ownership of recordings.
MPH Internship Highlight: QI Work at Boston Children’s Hospital
Allison LaRussa, MPH'17, worked with the Quality Improvement team in Critical Care Medicine at Boston Children’s to develop improvement strategies for monitoring patient sedation.
Geisel Researchers to Receive $1 Million Award for Comparative Outcomes Research
A team of researchers led by Dartmouth Institute Professor Tor Tosteson, ScD, has been approved for a $1 million funding award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.
MPH Internship Highlight: Creating a STEM Curriculum for High Schools
Sayoni Saha, MPH '17 and Sarah Bessen, MPH '17 developed a short program designed to help high school students learn about the less visible roles involved in the delivery of patient care.
2017 MPH and MS Capstones Offer Innovative Approaches to Improving Health
From proposals on improving obesity counseling to analyzing the impact of Medicaid Expansion Models on maternal and infant health care, this year's capstone presentations by Dartmouth Institute MPH and MS students took on some of our biggest public health challenges.
Dartmouth Health Economist Carrie Colla Named 2017-2018 RWJF Health Policy Fellow
As a Fellow, Carrie Colla will spend a year in Washington, D.C., working on health-related legislative and regulatory issues with members of Congress and the executive branch.
3 Examples of How Economics Affects Health and Health Care
Many important forces shaping health and health care have more to do with economics and social policy than with any particular medical treatment or procedure. Dartmouth Institute Professor Ellen Meara takes a closer look.
Dartmouth Institute Students Advocate for a Healthier Nation during National Public Health Week
In recognition of National Public Health Week 2017, The Dartmouth Institute Student Advisory Council hosted a variety of events April 3-9 aimed at promoting social justice and equity, and stimulating conversations on how we can become a healthier nation.
3 Public and Health Policy Challenges That Will Define the Next Generation
In this installment of our “3” Series, Assistant Professor Samir Soneji outlines 3 public and health policy challenges that will define the next generation.
Does Payer Type—Commercial Insurance or Medicare—Affect the Use of Low-Value Care?
3 Facts About Contraceptive Care: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
In this installment of our “3” Series, Assistant Professor Rachel Thompson talks about contraceptive care in the U.S. — where we are and where we need to go.
3 Ways We Can Work Together to Improve Health and Health Care
In our “3” Series, Dartmouth Institute faculty, starting with Director Elliott Fisher talk about things we should be thinking of and ways we can improve health and health care.
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