This year's summer institute will explore the intersection of research, practice and advocacy in climate change and health equity, in local and global contexts. By joining the UMSN Global Health Summer Institute, you will:
Join us for a thoughtful conversation featuring U-M law, public policy, and medical faculty members providing their expert perspectives about possible implications, at the campus, state, and national levels, should Roe v. Wade be overturned. Panelists will discuss:
This faculty-led program aims to create an interdisciplinary community of scholars whose work on behavior change pertains to boosting the health and well- being of individuals, communities, organizations, and our greater society in sustainable ways.
IRWG researchers are looking at consumer- and patient-side insurance problems and barriers in areas such as women’s health, transgender health, contraception and abortion coverage, opioid addiction treatment coverage, and mental health coverage, and how these events drive life chances and economic circumstances among the insured population.
IRWG's collaboration hub for bringing together all U-M researchers working on transgender health topics. Participants include key researchers in Medicine, Public Health, Social Work, Nursing, the Institute for Social Research, and LSA.
Physician Jonathan Metzl reveals how right-wing backlash policies have mortal consequences--even for the white voters they promise to help.
Two-year NSF-funded study led by Anna Kirkland to examine the implementation and understanding of the Affordable Care Act's Section 1557, which bans sex discrimination by health care providers. The study will focus on health care employees who are responsible for implemeting the new regulations and receiving complaints.