Glenn Landers was quoted in the Dec. 4 SaportaReport regarding his study on county smoking bans in bars and restaurants.
In the Media
Brandon Attell, from the Georgia Health Policy Center, and sociology graduate student Ana LaBoy were featured on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “On Second Thought” on Nov. 28 to talk about their study on Atlanta’s homeless youth.
The health impact assessment for Georgia’s Qualified Allocation Plan for low-income housing tax credits, conducted by James Dills and Michelle Rushing, from the Georgia Health Policy Center, was referenced in the Nov. 27 issue of Roll Call.
Second-graders ran and kicked rubber balls around New Georgia Elementary’s gym on a recent school day.
Their teacher is hoping thousands in state money will give future students a variety of new ways to stay physically fit and nutritionally sound.
Gov. Nathan Deal’s childhood obesity initiative, called Georgia Shape, recently awarded a $3,000 school health… more »
ATLANTA– Public Support Growing For End-of-Life Options, Georgia Health Policy Center Study Finds
Public opinion supporting euthanasia and suicide for terminally ill patients has grown over the last 40 years, according to a Georgia Health Policy Center study, published online in the Journal of Death and Dying.
Opinions vary by age, gender and religious affiliation, researchers said.
This is… more »
The Sickle Cell Data Collection (SCDC) program collects health information about people with sickle cell disease (SCD) in the United States to study long-term trends in diagnosis, treatment, and access to healthcare services. The SCDC program is partnered with the Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC), which carries out SCDC program activities in the state… more »
Leaders of ARCHI, the Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement, recognize that health and well-being are baseline conditions, essential to the success of investments in education, workforce development and infrastructure.
Read more about why ARCHI’s mission is critical to the competitiveness of the city of Atlanta in Kathryn Lawler’s column… more »
Women and minority groups report experiencing higher levels of workplace bullying, according to a new study by Georgia State University researchers. Listen to Brandon and co-author Linda Treiber discuss their study on GPB’s On Second Thought on May 8.
The study, published in the journal Social Science Research, found that… more »
Chris Parker, GHPC’s director of population and global health, was quoted on March 29 in the Georgia Health News article, “Affluent suburban counties remain Georgia’s healthiest, rankings show.” The article focuses on county health rankings based on eight components: overall health outcomes; length of life; quality of life; overall health factors; health behaviors; clinical care; social… more »
Kathryn Lawler, the executive director of the Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement (ARCHI), discussed local health transformation on WABE’s Closer Look on Jan. 19.
ARCHI has worked to improve health for people in the Atlanta region since 2011. By developing silo-busting solutions that address the underlying, root causes of health disparities, ARCHI… more »