Harvard Pop Center faculty member Elissa R. Weitzman, ScD, is author of a study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine that calls for additional research about this alarming trend in order to develop and deploy interventions aimed at protecting this vulnerable population. Mei-Sing Ong is also an author on the study.
Learn more about a study by Harvard Pop Center faculty member Nicole Maestas, PhD, and colleagues in this Harvard Medical School news piece and in the press.
Harvard Pop Center postdoctoral research fellow Lyndsey Rolheiser, PhD, along with faculty member SV Subramanian, PhD, and a colleague have published a study in the American Journal of Public Health that has found higher opioid prescription rate districts in the southeast, Appalachia and the rural west. This insight into how the congressional districts rank could provide … Continue reading “Study identifies congressional districts in the U.S. with higher opioid prescription rates”