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Kalyn McDonough, PhD Candidate & CCRS Research Assistant presented a paper The role of sport programs in a juvenile facility; a pilot study with coaches at the Social Justice through Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium at Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR, March 28-30, 2019.
Melany Justice, MPA Candidate & CCRS Research Assistant presented on the panel Access to Education, at the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management DC Regional Student Conference at American University, Washington, DC, March 29, 2019. Melany's panel presentation is Post-secondary educational assistance for foster youth in Delaware.
Dr. Steve Metraux, Principal Investigator for a University of Pennsylvania homeless encampment study, and Meagan Cusack, MS, Fritz Graham, MPH, David Metzger, PhD, and Dennis Culhane, PhD released their final report: An Evaluation of the City of Philadelphias Kensington Encampment Resolution Pilot . Results of the report were featured in two Philadelphia Inquirer articles: Kensington heroin camps mainly populated by Philadelphians, study on evictions finds and Facts from the independent study of Phillys encampment closures. Dr. Metraux was also interviewed about the study by WHYY.
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Spring 2019 Evelyn Hayes Innovations in Healthcare Symposium: Substance Abuse and Addiction: Looking at the Current Landscape and Envisioning the Future Through Different Lenses. Katie Gifford and Mary Joan McDuffie attended the Spring Symposium on April 8, 2019. They also presented a resource table at the Symposium highlighting the Medicaid research conducted at CCRS.
Structural Racism and Health: What does the evidence say? was presented by: Erin K. Knight, PhD, MPH, Associate Director of CCRS and the Associate Director of the Partnership for Healthy Communities; Kalyn McDonough, PhD Candidate & CCRS Research Assistant; and, Sydney Aliff-Rendon, PhD Candidate & CCRS Research Assistant at the Reducing Health Inequities by Addressing Structural Racism Partnership for Healthy Communities Policy Academy on April 17, 2019 at The Tower at STAR Audion, 100 Discovery Blvd, Newark, DE 19713.
KIDS COUNT in Delaware released its 2019 Fact Book: Census 2020 #CountAllKids on: Thursday, April 18, 2019, Del-Tech Terry Campus.
Public Allies Delaware threw a party to celebrate their 25th anniversary on April 18, 2019.
Medicaid Research Projects: CCRS has recently received two grants for projects in the Medicaid Research Group: An ACCEL Orbit Award which will support the Medicaid infrastructure and an INBRE grant (Award # P20GM103446) to explore identifying homeless Medicaid clients through Medicaid claims data.
Roger Hesketh, Director of Community Revitalization at the University of Delawares Center for Community Research and Service, was recently (May 20, 2019) quoted in the Delaware News Journal about development in Wilmington. With revitalization being the goal, you would want to figure out a way to make sure that investment is spread across the most distressed areas of the Opportunity Zones themselves. I think it can be a useful tool but we have to figure out that challenge.