Urban Planning and Design, Public Policy, Public Health, Health Administration
In addition to discussing his interests in health policy and health services research, Derek DeLia explains how access to better medical care, better patient care, and better treatment options are possible through medical treatment incentives.
“Area resilience” or ARez, is intended to combine community and infrastructure approaches to examine areas across the state of New Jersey and better determine their resilience to ongoing and future effects of climate change. This work will be a collaborative effort with NJIT, Princeton, and Rutgers.
Céu Cirne-Neves, MPA, FACHE, an Assistant Professor of Teaching at the Bloustein School has been appointed to the Council of Regents, the legislative body of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Chicago. With an understanding of ACHE’s policies, programs, and services, the Council of Regents provides advice and counsel to the Board of Governors […]
Congratulations to New Jersey Chamber of Commerce lobbyist Amirah Hussain for being named to the ROI-NJ Women in Business Influencers list!
A new report authored by Prof. Mark Paul and PhD candidate Lina Moe looks at why green-lighting fossil fuel development like the Willow Project hurts the United States’ economy and climate, with ten policies to actively manage the transition off fossil fuels.
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is continually striving to expand our relevance in critical areas and meet the needs of the community at large. We foster a highly-collaborative academic, scholarly and professional environment, preparing students to be the planning, policy and health leaders of tomorrow, conducting cutting-edge, policy-relevant research and scholarship, cultivating leadership in public engagement and community service, and addressing the crucial policy issues of our time.
The Bloustein School offers a range of teaching and research programs and initiatives related to healthy communities, health in all policies, and the upstream (social and environmental) determinants of health.
In addition to discussing his interests in health policy and health services research, Derek DeLia explains how access to better medical care, better patient care, and better treatment options are possible through medical treatment incentives.Read More
With the right tools, planners and policymakers can make a difference by addressing and working towards solving issues.Read More
In addition to discussing the inspiration for her path to an academic career in public health and biostatistics. Shar Williams shares the research she has done in areas of depression, anxiety, suicide, and PTSD, and the findings that show exposure to discrimination and socio-economic disadvantages impact health outcomes.Read More