A new mixed study, from Tammy Chang and a team of researchers at the University of Michigan Institute for Health Policy and Innovation (IHPI), finds that Michigan’s new coverage for low-income adults has helped many patients better manage their health by mandating primary care visits.
What is the current state of research on adults with hearing loss? A new paper in the Disability and Health Journal provides a review and outlines current and potential strategies to address key issues.
The three-year research training career development grant from the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health will fund Dr. Guetterman’s ongoing research on the use of virtual human technology in medical communication and empathy training.
Now the number one-ranked journal in interdisciplinary social sciences according to Journal Citation Reports, the Journal of Mixed Methods research was co-founded by John Creswell with current leadership from co-editor Michael D. Fetters.
A national study, led by Michael M McKee, finds major variations in hearing aids use by race, income and education – but VA insurance coverage levels the playing field. Even those able to pay out of pocket may not do so, due to stigma, vanity and mistrust.