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Bishnu Thapa co-authors paper with  Omar Galárraga and Bart Laws

Bishnu Thapa co-authors paper with Omar Galárraga and Bart Laws

HSR PhD candidate Bishnu Thapa recently co-authored a paper, "Evaluating the impact of integrated behavioral health intervention, Evidence from Rhode Island" with Omar Galárraga and Bart Laws that was published in Medicine. 

 

 

 

HSR PhD Student Nick Jones Published in JGIM

HSR PhD Student Nick Jones Published in JGIM

A recent publication by HSR PhD student Nicholas Jones in the Journal of General Internal Medicine underscores the importance of tailoring health care implementation strategies to high-need and high-cost patients.

HSR PhD Student Mauricio Lopez-Mendez Publishes in Addictive Behaviors

HSR PhD Student Mauricio Lopez-Mendez Publishes in Addictive Behaviors

Congratulations to HSR PhD student Mauricio Lopez-Mendez for his recent publication about age-specific rates of onset of cannabis use in Mexico!

New Faculty Announcement

New Faculty Announcement

The Health Services, Policy & Practice Department is pleased to announce the following faculty hires for 2021. The varied backgrounds and caliber of these faculty researchers will strengthen the Department and we welcome them into our company!

Dr. Kaley Hayes

Dr. Cyrus Kosar

“Use and Outcomes of Opioid and Nonopioid Analgesics Following Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty in Older Adults” published in JAMA Network Open, lead author Elliott Bosco, PharmD, PhD

Elliott Bosco, lead author on JAMA Open Network Paper

Elliott Bosco, PharmD, PhD, having recently successfully defended his dissertation “Use and Outcomes of Opioid and Nonopioid Analgesics Following Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty in Older Adults,” is lead author on a paper published in JAMA Network Open on June 9th with co-authors HSR students Kevin McConeghy and Joe Silva and faculty members Patience Moyo, Stefan Gravenstein and Andrew Zullo.

 

Kat Thompson Receives 2021 DIAP Community Award. The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, with generous support from the Office of the President, instituted the DIAP Community Awards in 2018 to recognize students, staff, and faculty who have used the DIAP as a vehicle to actively create positive change within the university community. We commend Kathryn for being recognized for clearly using the DIAP process to make Brown an innovative and academically rigorous institution prioritizing D & I.

Kat Thompson Receives 2021 DIAP Community Award

Congratulations from everyone in the Department, Kat!

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