A study led by Dr. Cindy Cain, FSPH assistant professor of health policy and management, suggests that the passing of California's aid-in-dying law will not disproportionately affect the poor or vulnerable groups.
Comments by Dr. Arturo Vargas Bustamante, associate professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management, were published June 1 in a Modern Healthcare article about insurance affordability through Covered California.
Today in the Washington Post, FSPH Dean Jody Heymann and Aleta Sprague of the Fielding School's WORLD Policy Analysis Center consider a question worth engaging: Can countries stay competitive while providing paid leave?
New research from FSPH's UCLA Center for Health Policy Research (CHPR) reveals majority of California’s veterans who are in need of mental health care — 76 percent — receive inadequate treatment or none at all.
Dr. Neal Baer, CHS adjunct professor and co-director of FSPH's Global Media Center for Social Impact, is author of a Hollywood Reporter commentary about opiate abuse and the opportunity to stimulate public discourse through related television narratives.
Two surveys released by FSPH's UCLA Center for Health Policy Research were featured by KPCC for findings that point to the benefits of enacting smoke-free policies in apartment buildings and condominiums in Los Angeles.
2016 Dean's Distinguished Scholar, Richard J. Jackson, asked the audience to think urgently about the changes we can make today to protect future generations from the health perils of climate change. The Fielding School also honored three new Alumni Hall of Fame inductees and winners of the student writing competition.