POLICY BRIEFS: A Bifurcated Opioid Treatment System and Widening Insidious Disparities; Early Experience of the Quality Improvement Award Program in Federally Funded Health Center

ANNOUNCEMENTS: It’s Not Too Late to Submit a CHAS PhD Stipend Support Application for Crown Family School Affiliated Research Projects – The Center for Health Administration Studies (CHAS) at the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice supports health policy and services research by offering a stipend to doctoral students who play an active role in the research of CHAS fellows, CHAS affiliates, and other CHAS-funded faculty members. Stipend recipients will receive a total of $3,000 of financial support, which will be distributed in three $1,000 increments, one increment per quarter in most cases. Visit our website to learn more about the program and the submission process

Register to Attend “Families and the New Era of Genetics: Meeting Clinical, Health Equity, and Ethical Challenges” – Through a multisystemic resilience-oriented lens, this workshop provides an overview of common clinical issues and challenges relating to family genetic medicine, and the role of mental health professionals working in various practice contexts. There are ethical, legal, and health equity considerations in the field of genetics that affect patient uptake of and access to genetics services. Participants will gain an understanding of the current scope of genetic medicine and how it relates to family systems, engage in interactive discussion, and be provided a list of resources for future learning. Register by June 7: https://families-new-era-genetics.eventbrite.com.

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