Tag Archive: guest blog

Dec 12 2017

Positioning PolicyLab for the Future

Editor’s Note: As PolicyLab’s 10th anniversary as a Center of Emphasis within Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute arrives in 2018, we invited Director David Rubin, MD, MSCE, and Deputy Director Meredith Matone, DrPH, MHS, to reflect on PolicyLab’s progress and future directions. Read on to get a glimpse of the four inventive research portfolios that will achieve the Center’s “research-to-action” goals.

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Nov 15 2017

Powerful Collaborations Coalesce When the Research World Meets the Real World

Editor’s Note: Our guest blogger, Ayana Bradshaw, MPH, is the administrative director for the Center for Injury Research and Prevention and the Violence Prevention Initiative at Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia, serving in this role for the past five years. She joined CIRP in 2006 as the center coordinator for the Philadelphia Collaborative Violence Prevention Center where she was responsible for the day-to-day operations of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention violence prevention program.

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Oct 4 2016

How to Address Four Factors That Limit Gender Equality in Academic Medicine

After four years of often being the only female student in a class, entering a medical school felt like a gender nirvana. My medical school, like most, had equal numbers of men and women. But despite my initial impression of gender equity, I realized that there are still gender obstacles in medicine.

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