Dec 9, 2020
Publications from Community Health and Environmental Policy
The Relationship Between Quality of Housing and Quality of Life: Evidence from Permanent Supportive Housing 2021
This study describes a PSH program administered by a Medicaid managed care plan, serving individuals experiencing homelessness with complex medical histories, and outlines participants' perceptions on the relationship between quality of housing and QOL.
This chapter examines the progress and limitations of public health's current approach to cross-sector collaboration and offers insights about paths forward.
Creating Culture-Centered Health and Health Insurance Literacy Resources: Lessons Learned from Haitian Creole, Mandarin, Native American, and Vietnamese Communities 2021
A culture-centered approach to health literacy programs enhances meaningful and effective health communication.
Diverting shipping emissions from the Suez Canal to the Arctic will influence regional evolution of sea ice cover with regional differences in future sea ice retreat. These results are likely to have policy implications with expansion of industrial activities into the Arctic.
Attitudes About Medications for Alcohol Use Disorder Among Individuals with Serious Mental Illness: A Health Belief Model Analysis 2021
We sought to examine, among individuals treated in publicly funded community mental health clinics, perceived need for and attitudes toward medications for alcohol use disorder.
Clinician Perspectives on Methadone Service Delivery and the Use of Telemedicine During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Study 2021
To explore the impact of the pandemic and accompanying policy changes on service delivery, we asked OTP clinicians about changes in care patterns and perceptions of impacts on access and quality.
COVID-19 and the Experiences of Populations at Greater Risk: Description and Top-Line Summary Data — Wave 3, Winter 2021 2021
This report presents the results of the third of four surveys on how Americans' health views and values have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with particular focus on populations deemed at risk or underserved, including people of color and those from low- to moderate-income backgrounds. This top-line report summarizes descriptive findings from the third wave of the COVID-19 and the Experiences of Populations at Greater Risk Survey.
Longitudinal Associations of Sleep Problems with Alcohol and Cannabis Use from Adolescence to Emerging Adulthood 2021
This study examined longitudinal associations of sleep problems with alcohol and cannabis use across six annual waves of data from adolescence to emerging adulthood.