In observance of National Minority Mental Health Awareness month, the Weitzman Institute policy team highlights the intersection of climate change, specifically extreme heat, and its adverse effect on minority mental health.
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A recent survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 26% of high school students in the United States now identify as LGBTQ, up from 11% in 2015. With the growing number of LGBTQ youth, it is vital that school-based health centers (SBHCs) are equipped to appropriately care for them to […]
The Weitzman Institute is pleased to announce our inaugural cohort of Health Policy Summer Interns based out of our Washington, DC, office!
With mass shootings becoming more frequent and knowing their traumatic impact on families and communities, immediate and sustainable, long-term mental health support must be ensured for families and communities.
Experts agree that climate change is the defining issue of our generation, with education holding the key to addressing it. For Earth Day we would like to highlight the importance of incorporating climate change education into school curriculums.
This Women’s History Month, we highlight key milestones of the WHM and discuss how it was key to moving us closer to gender equality in the health and biomedical research fields
We are creating a representative Taskforce comprised of people living with HIV/AIDS and patient advocates that work closely with PLWHA or are familiar with HIV/AIDS advocacy and community work
This Black History Month, we are highlighting the midwives of the Deep South who were instrumental in Black maternal health and recognizing their role in today’s current efforts for birth equity.
Join us May 17 11AM – 5PM ET / 8AM – 2PM PT for “Tackling Old Programs with New Solutions in Primary Care.” Free registration. CME/CEs available.