The PRIDE Study is a longitudinal, online, health study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and other sexual and gender minority (SGM) adults in the United States. Read more »
News & Highlights
CVP Associate Faculty Courtney Lyles, PhD recently had a Reuters article published about her research into online refill tools using patient portals. The article, Online refill tools help people take meds more often, reflects findings in her recent Journal of American Medical Informatics Information article which was co-authored by CVP Faculty Urmimala Sarkar, MD, MPH and Dean Schillinger, MD. Read more »
CVP's Dr. Dean Schillinger will be on KQED Forum Wednesday 9/15 from 9am to 10am commenting on the diabetes crisis in response to the recent JAMA paper that shed light on the harrowing statistics around the epidemic. Tune in! Read more »
The San Francisco Examiner highlighted EatSF, a CVP supported project led by Dr. Hilary Seligman. EatSF provides vouchers for low-income residents to purchase fruits and vegetables.
From the article: "There are currently 400 households, comprising more than 700 residents, already enrolled and receiving weekly checks for the purchase of fruits and vegetables at participating neighborhood corner stores. Individuals who are suffering from health conditions like high-blood pressure can receive $5 weekly vouchers while families with children under the age of 5 can get $10 vouchers per week." Read more »
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CVP Core Faculty Neda Ratanawongsa, MD, MPH describes her work at CVP in a new video.