Hacking solitude, one device at a time
After COVID-19 struck, elderly patients at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System in West Haven were making difficult decisions about accessing care and trying to stay infection-free at the same time. A group of Yale undergraduates decided to do something about it.
Writing from multiple perspectives
Marjorie Rosenthal, MD '95, MPH, is a pediatrician, scholar, mother, widow, and cancer patient. She is also a writer and artist who explores the strange territory between her identities as doctor and patient-what Rosenthal calls "writing from both sides of the stethoscope."
StreetCred: offering better health through tax refunds
Pediatricians at Yale’s School of Medicine have joined together with lawyers and community advocates in an unusual approach to improving health among poor children—by helping parents put more money in their pockets when they file their tax returns. By reducing poverty—a recognized risk factor in poor health outcomes—they hope to keep children healthy.