Behavioral & Community Health
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Prior to January 24, 2011, this unit was named the Department of Public & Community Health.
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Leveraging 13 million responses to the U.S. COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey to examine vaccine hesitancy, vaccination, and mask wearing, January 2021-February 2022 (Springer Nature, 2022-10-13)The urgency of the COVID-19 pandemic called upon the joint efforts from the scientific and private sectors to work together to track vaccine acceptance and prevention behaviors. Our study utilized individual responses to ...
ASSESSING HEALTH CARE USE, COSTS, AND QUALITY FOR CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE FOR PEDIATRIC CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE CARE FOR THE MILITARY BENEFICIARY POPULATION (2022)Background: For the military beneficiary population with cardiac or congenital anomalies, the Fiscal Year 2019 health care costs were $83 million, including $55 million for newborns who were less than one year of age and ...
DEVELOPMENT OF A CORE OUTCOME SET FOR STUDIES INVESTIGATING SAFETY, EFFICACY, AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COVID-19 VACCINES: A COLLABORATION WITH AFRICAN AMERICAN/BLACK COMMUNITIES IN BALTIMORE CITY, MARYLAND (2022)Background: Since it was declared a global pandemic in March 2020, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has claimed over one million lives in the United States. Since COVID-19 vaccine rollout efforts began in Baltimore City, ...
A NATIONAL SURVEY EVALUATING FACTORS INFLUENCING AMERICANS’ WILLINGNESS TO USE AND UPTAKE OF EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTIVE PILLS (2022)In the United States, a paradox exists around the issue of contraception; there are more highly effective contraceptive methods available than ever before, including emergency contraception, yet unintended pregnancies have ...
Meditation, Flow, and Heavy Social Alcohol Use among College Students (1992)The basis for this study was an experiment designed to explore the effectiveness of various meditation practices and choice and combination of such, regardless of focus, in achieving more drug-free flow experiences, ...