Tag Archives: health policy
From INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing The year 2017 has ushered in a political climate in the United States where questions about the relevance of scientific research within a highly politicized policy environment loom large. … Continue reading
Article title: The alcohol industry’s never-ending interest in research and policy From Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drug In March 2018, the US media started to unfold an alarming story on potential bias in science funding. By now, most alcohol researchers … Continue reading
On SAGE Insight: Increased risk of premature death persists for ten years following pregnancy loss, new study finds
Article title: Pregnancy associated death in record linkage studies relative to delivery, termination of pregnancy, and natural losses: A systematic review with a narrative synthesis and meta-analysis From SAGE Open Medicine Maternal deaths associated with pregnancy are a major public … Continue reading
On SAGE Insight: Does the alcohol industry influence the policy debate on alcohol to favor its own interests over public interests?
Article title: Drink wisely Australians, but keep drinking: does the alcohol industry in Australia frame the discourse on alcohol to maintain hegemony? From Media International Australia DrinkWise Australia is an independent, not-for-profit organisation established in 2005 by the alcohol industry. According … Continue reading