- November 2, 2022
Led by Alicia Hong, professor of Health Administration and Policy, the interdisciplinary team developed a culturally-tailored WeChat wellness program to improve caregiver skills and reduce their stress.
- October 19, 2022
George Mason Associate Professor of Health Administration and Policy discusses the importance of job-protected paid leave.
- October 3, 2022
Anand Discusses Research on Paid Family Leave with U.S. Policymakers
- Study finds correlation between number of tobacco retailers and prevalence of tobacco use in Virginia countiesAugust 25, 2022
A new study from Hong Xue and colleagues shows that the county-level association between tobacco retailers and adult smokers can be largely explained by several social determinants of health, including mental and physical health.
- July 27, 2022
A new study from College of Health and Human Services’ researchers validates the use of artificial intelligence and seasonality to screen patients and identify the probability of COVID-19 prior to testing.
- July 5, 2022
Researchers in the College of Health and Human Services and College of Computing and Engineering seek to develop a new, quantitative approach to analyzing the age of bruise
- May 6, 2022
The “2022 Economic Report of the President” featured Associate Professor of Health Administration and Policy Priyanka Anand’s research on the impact of paid family leave mandates on labor supply and caregiving decisions following a spousal disability.
- April 13, 2022
A new study from the College of Health and Human Services’ researchers highlights how clinicians can use artificial intelligence and seasonality to screen patients and identify the probability of COVID-19 prior to testing.
- March 31, 2022
A new study by College of Health and Human Services researchers shows the need to tailor supports for youth with disabilities in the foster care system to improve community participation.
- March 21, 2022
MHA alumni credit their capstone internship and research experiences with preparing them for their careers in public health.