How Can Public Health Agencies Prevent Infectious Diseases Among People Experiencing Homelessness? What we learned from three Centers of Excellence on Public Health and Homelessness

This entry is part 11 of 11 in the series Nov 2023

Public health agencies can prevent infectious diseases among people experiencing homelessness by strengthening partnerships, improving data systems and identifying the most pressing health needs of this population.

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Social Media as a Powerful Tool for Health Policy Evaluations: Using Twitter Data to Reveal How the Public Reacted to the Philadelphia Beverage Tax

This entry is part 5 of 11 in the series Nov 2023

We demonstrate how social media data can help researchers and policymakers understand how the public reacts to a health policy (anger, fear, trust), where and when these conversations occur, and who shapes them.

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Boston & the COVID-19 Pandemic: Response Rates Among a Community Health Center-based Study

This entry is part 3 of 11 in the series Nov 2023

This study contextualized survey response rates from a community health center-based study focused on multiple types of discrimination and health, conducted during the first years of the COVID-19 pandemic, with results underscoring the need to interpret lower-than-expected response rates in relation to the impact of the pandemic and the broader sociopolitical context.

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