Faith-Based Organizations Promote Well-Being in Underserved Communities
Jan 4, 2019
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The cover story spotlights RAND's research on how faith-based organizations promote health and well-being in underserved communities. A second feature by the dean of the Pardee RAND Graduate School describes why the world needs new ways of thinking and new ways of training the next generation of policy experts to solve 21st-century policy challenges, and how the school is leading that change. The Commentary column by mathematician Mary Lee explores the "Internet of Bodies" and how the use of smart devices in the administration of health care can be setting dangerous precedents.
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