Work of Planning Healthy Communities Initiative cited in New England Journal of Medicine

November 20, 2017

An article in the November 2017 New England Journal of Medicine by doctors from The Institute of Medicine (IOM) cited the work done by the Bloustein School’s Planning Healthy Communities Initiative on the importance of public health and clinical leaders gathering and analyzing credible existing community health assessments on postdisaster decision making and community recovery planning for use by political and post-disaster officials.

New England Journal of Medicine, November 2017

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