Ensuring the Stability and Continued Growth of Community Health Centers Should Be a Health Reform Priority, Sara Rosenbaum Argues
An Argument in Favor of Influenza Vaccine Mandates for Young Children
In a Viewpoint published in JAMA Pediatrics, Y. Tony Yang, ScD, LLM, MPH makes a case for the value of influenza vaccine mandates for children between six months and five years of age, such as the one now in force in New York City (NYC) for children in city-regulated childcare and educational institutions.
Proposed Public Charge Rule Likely to Have a Significant Impact on Community Health Centers
How Attitude Towards Pregnancy Matters When Women Select Contraception
To broaden understanding and knowledge about how women make decisions about contraception, a group of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh explored the relationship between pregnancy attitude, as well as intention, and contraceptive use in a large, diverse population with low-cost access to a range of contraceptive options.