August 2017

Alums Sanket Dhruva (Yale CSP 15-17 VA), Joe Ross (Yale CSP Assistant Director and Yale CSP 04-06) and colleague publish "Inclusion of Demographic-Specific Information in Studies Supporting US Food & Drug Administration Approval of High-Risk Medical Devices" in Jama Intern Med.

Alum Sophia Jan (Penn CSP 09-12) is the new chief of pediatrics at The Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children’s Medical Center and has also been named medical director of Northwell Health’s Health Homes Serving Children effort, part of the New York State Health Home Program.

May 2017

Hemal Kanzaria (UCLA CSP 12-14 VA Scholar) and colleagues published, "Shared Decisionmaking in the Emergency Department: A Guiding Framework for Clinicians" in Annals of Emergency Medicine

Current scholar Andrew Ibrahim (Michigan CSP VA Scholar) and colleagues published, "Reoperation and Medicare Expenditures After Laparoscopic Gastric Band Surgery" in JAMA Surgery. The research was also discussed in Healio

Current scholar Claire Ankuda (Michigan CSP), alums John Harris (Michigan CSP 14-16) and Kenneth Langa (Michigan CSP 97-99), and colleagues published, "Caregiving for Older Adults with Obesity in the United States" in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

Alum Sanjay Saint (Wash CSP 96-98 VA Scholar) and Molly Harrod wrote "8 things that excellent hospital doctors do" for STAT News.  

April 2017

Current scholar Dina Hafez (Michigan CSP VA Scholar), alums Alicia Cohen (Michigan CSP 14-16) and Jeffrey Kullgren (Penn CSP 09-12 VA Scholar), and colleagues published, "Understanding type 2 diabetes mellitus screening practices among primary care physicians: a qualitative chart-stimulated recall study" in BioMed Central. 

March 2017

Current scholar Andrew Ibrahim (Michigan CSP VA Scholar) and colleagues published, "Emergency Surgery for Medicare Beneficiaries Admitted to Critical Access Hospitals" in Annals of Surgery. 

John Harris (Michigan CSP 14-16), Chithra Perumalswami (Michigan CSP 14-16 VA Scholar), Michelle Moniz (Michigan CSP 13-15), and colleagues published, "Geographic access to assisted reproductive technology health care in the United States: a population-based cross-sectional study" in Fertility and Sterility. The study was also discussed by UofM IHPI.  

Current scholar Claire Ankuda (Michigan CSP) and colleague's research on in-home caregiving was recently covered in Medicine at Michigan article, "Pillars of Strength: How the rise of in-home caregiving is shaping geriatric health care."

February 2017

Yale CSP co-director and alum Cary Gross (JHU CSP 97-99) wrote op-ed, "When cancer treatments do more harm than good" in The Washington Post