Jessica Williams, PhD, associate professor of health policy and administration, Penn State University, will present TBA. This seminar is open to the general academic community. Registration information will be posted here shortly.
Jessica Williams, PhD, a Harvard RWJF Health & Society program alumna, has written a piece for the blog of the journal, Medical Care in which she discusses the timeliness and value of a recently published paper that examines the instruments used to measure cost-related medication burden.
RWJF Health & Society Scholar Jessica Williams, PhD, is co-author on a study by the Work, Family & Health Network (WFHN) that reveals that CNAs who also care for children or elders (double duty) as well as those who care for both generations (triple duty) utilize acute care services (emergency room/other urgent care facilities) more than CNAs without those same informal, family caregiving roles.
Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholar Jessica Williams, PhD, is co-author on a study published in the American Journal of Public Health that suggests that rising income inequality could be a contributing factor to the poorer health of the American workforce.