Medicine for the Greater Good is committed to creating a pipeline between our findings in community health and the broader medical community. Here are some publications that have come out of our work:
American Journal of Accountable Care
Creating Clarity: Distinguishing Between Community and Population Health
Journal of Public Health Policy
Policy and Advocacy for Informal Caregivers: How State Policy Influenced a Community Initiative
Journal of Critical Care
Critical Care Medicine and Community Involvement in Addressing Health Disparities
Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 56
Caring for the Caregiver: Identifying the Needs of Those Called to Care Through Partnerships with Congregations
Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 55, Issue 6
A positive psychology intervention in a Hindu community: the pilot study of the Hero Lab Curriculum.
Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 55, Issue 3
Health Promotion in the Community: Impact of Faith-Based Lay Health Educators in Urban Neighborhoods.
Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 55, Issue 2
A Brief Historical Review of Specific Religious Denominations: How History Influences Current Medical–Religious Partnerships.
Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 55, Issue 1
Promoting health and wellness in congregations through lay health educators: a case study of two churches.
Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 54
The Lay Health Educator Program: Evaluating the Impact of this Community Health Initiative on the Medical Education of Resident Physicians
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 373
Graduate medical education in the Freddie Gray era.
SM Journal of Community Medicine
Community Initiatives and Medical Education: Time to Strengthen the Commitment.