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Interview Strategies for Hiring Medical Staff

Turnover on a medical administrative staff can be devastating. Workflow is disrupted, tasks need to be retaught, and finding a good fit can be elusive. For this and many other reasons, you should have a clear plan in place for...

Assessing Drug Overdose Risk Among People With HIV

Preventable deaths, including those due to drug overdose (OD), are a significant public health concern in New York City (NYC), with rates increasing during the past decade, according to Sarah L. Braunstein, PhD, MPH. “NYC also...

Prior Poor Mental Health Tied to More COVID-19 Infections

Prior rates of poor mental health at a county level are associated with a higher burden of COVID-19 infection, according to a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Yusuf Ransome, DrPH, and colleagues...

Resource Groups for People With Mental Illness Examined

Working with resource groups (RGs) improves empowerment and other mental health outcomes in people with severe mental illness (SMI) who receive community-based mental health services, according to a study published in JAMA...

Integrating PrEP With Syringe Services for WWID

Evidence indicates recent setbacks in HIV prevention gains among people who inject drugs, with several HIV outbreaks among this population in recent years, explains Alexis M. Roth, MPH, PhD. “In cities where the drug market has...



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