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ASPA's Academic Women in Public Administration (AWPA) has partnered with JHHSA to initiate a discussion on emerging health and human service trends in public and nonprofit institutions. This symposium seeks scholarship with an eye to creating resilience. Thoughtful empirical and theoretical research that turns a critical eye on what institutions are doing to navigate these challenging times. Please see the attached call for details on how to contribute your scholarship.
Best paper winners, 2020
We are proud to select Jessica Kritz and Peter Batsa's "Building Cross-sector Collaboration to Improve Community Health" as the best article published in JHHSA for volume 42. Their paper is available as an open access article here; we hope that you enjoy it.
Congratulations Jessica and Peter!
We are proud to select Dr. Staci Zavattaro's “Using Feminist Geography to Understand Feelings of Safety and Neighborhood Image" as honorable mention for best article published in JHHSA, volume 42. Her paper is available as an open access article here; we hope that you enjoy it.
Vol. 44, No. 3
Time for a Change: The COVID-19 Nursing Home Disaster and the Urgency of LTSS Reform*
by Judy Feder and Katherine Swartz
“I Wanted to be Part of the Solution”: Motivations, Preparation, and Mental Health of COVID-19 Contact Tracers in the New York Metropolitan Area
by Anthony J. Santella, Alicia Bosley, Ileana Carillo, Daniela Fraticelli and Sarah Jane Muder
The Relationship between Healthcare Provider Density and Diabetes Prevalence in the United States
by Morgan T. Nguyen, Cassandra L. Hua, Na Sun and J. Scott Brown
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