The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Fairbanks releases a Statement of Solidarity against racism.
IUPUI and ISDH release prelimary results from the second phase of statewide random sample testing.
It is more important than ever to stand by our students, faculty and staff of color.
Statewide testing for the second phase of a collaborative COVID-19 study between the Fairbanks School of Public Health and the Indiana State Department of Health begins June 3.
Preliminary results of the statewide random sample study in Indiana show a general population prevalence of about 2.8 percent of the state’s population.
IU researchers are collaborating with the Indiana State Department of Health to conduct a scientific study to measure the spread of COVID-19 throughout the state.
COVID-19 update from the Fairbanks School of Public Health.
The IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI has achieved a global milestone: becoming the first US school of public health to receive full accreditation from APHEA.
Fairbanks School of Public Health research points to factors that contribute to Hoosier health care costs, outlines actions for statewide strategic plan.
The Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education and Wharton Research Data Services names FSPH and Eskenazi Health researchers as recipients of the 2020 CAHME/WRDS Best Paper for Empirical Research Award.
In partnership with the Fairbanks School of Public Health, Eskenazi Health will integrate the social determinants of health into clinical care.
Researchers from Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University are building and expanding global relationships and collaborations in the fields of public health and health informatics.
The IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health ECHO Center at IUPUI has launched the state's first Integrated Pain Management ECHO program – making this the seventh ECHO program offered through the center.
“We are excited to support the Cancer Prevention and Survivorship Care ECHO,” stated Kris Box, MD, FACOG, Indiana State Health Commissioner. “Indiana has nearly 300,000 cancer survivors and having a forum in which healthcare professionals can share expertise for their continued care will improve the quality of life for many Hoosiers.”
Faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the Fairbanks School of Public Health came together on October 9, 2019, to celebrate celebrate 10 scholarship recipients and two alumni award winners.
When IUPUI student Madison Weintraut started working at the Marion County Public Health Department three years ago, the idea of creating a syringe services program was a long shot.
The ECHO Center which currently operates multiple programs aimed at improving the health of Hoosiers statewide was recently awarded a grant from ISDH.
The Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health celebrated the investiture of Dr. Nir Menachemi as the recipient of the endowed Richard M. Fairbanks Chair during the Inaugural Chair Investiture Ceremony.
The Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI's ECHO Center is the first site to replicate Project ECHO's prison peer education program, launched in 2009 in New Mexico.
During the 2019 National Library of Medicine Informatics Training Conference, Dean Paul Halverson joined Regenstrief President, Dr. Peter Embí in welcoming attendees.
The Master of Health Administration program at the Fairbanks School of Public Health receives full CAHME Accreditation again.
On May 11, 2019, Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, FRCP, received an honorary degree from Indiana University during the IUPUI Commencement Ceremony.
Dr. Yi Wang, assistant professor of environmental health science, has been recognized by the de Beaumont Foundation as one of the inaugural 40 Under 40 in Public Health.
The Fairbanks School of Public Health honors Outrun the Sun with the IUPUI Spirit of Philanthropy Award for endowing a scholarship for epidemiology students.
Dr. Duwve and team launch first HIV ECHO program at IUPUI.
WISH-TV features Dr. Lisa Staten in a story about the Fairbanks School of Public Health study that found where you are born and raised has more to do with how long you will live than your genetic makeup.
Dr. Brian Dixon receives first inspiring alumni award from College Mentors for Kids.
The Center for Public Health Practice is one of three IU centers to receive $45,000 of a $200,000 federal Health Resources and Services Administration planning grant as part of the Indiana Rural Opioid Consortium.
A study examining the effect of a video educational intervention aimed at increasing HPV vaccinations among adolescents could help the CDC meet its goal of getting more eligible adolescents vaccinated.
Dr. Jack Turman's GMCHL Program inaugurated the first five women who have completed their initial training to be grassroots maternal and child health leaders in zip codes at high risk for infant mortality.
Hoosier firefighters face a significantly higher risk of dying from cancer than non-firefighters in Indiana, according to a study from PhD student in epidemiology, Carolyn Muegge.
Brian E. Dixon, Ph.D. has been named the first director of public health informatics for the Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI.
Reports released today show human and economic toll of opioid and tobacco addiction, chart out recommendations for addressing these epidemics.
Founding Dean Paul Halverson has crisscrossed Indiana in the last six months to discuss opportunities for improving the health Hoosier – particularly by reducing tobacco use.
Following his recent election, Dr. Brian Dixon will be inducted into the American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI) on November 4 at ceremonies during the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 2018 Annual Symposium.
When Eskenazi Health began offering wraparound services at its clinics, it did more than improve patient outcomes. It potentially saved millions of dollars in hospitalization costs.
Sales of JUUL e-cigarettes grew seven-fold from 2016 to 2017 posing a danger for youth as e-cigarettes contain nicotine.
The March of Dimes has awarded a grant to the Fairbanks School of Public Health.
Joshua Vest, PhD, associate professor in health policy and management, was recently announced as one of three Inject Tech Challenge finalists.
In his short time as a professor at the Fairbanks School of Public Health, Dr. Turman has expanded his public health research to include the soon-to-be-released Yma app to promote health of women across the life course with a special emphasis on pregnancy.
Dr. Brian Dixon receives 2018 IUPUI Research Trailblazer award.
Abby Boatman, a rising senior has maintained a 3.82 grade point average while majoring in Environmental Health Science at the Fairbanks School of Public Health.
Researchers at IUPUI are working on a study to examine the ability of U.S. dental professionals to identify erosive tooth wear, determine its prevalence among different age groups and evaluate patient perceptions.
Community Solutions is a skill building podcast brought to you from the Dept. of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health.
Researchers have found that the 2015 HIV outbreak in Scott County, Indiana, found that a syringe services program is an important tool to control and prevent HIV outbreaks among people who inject drugs in a nonurban area.
A recent analysis found Medicaid expansion is linked to increases in health coverage, use of health services and quality of care.
A new IUPUI study found that health information exchanges have reduced the use of imaging devices.
Professionals in the homeless service and housing sectors now have access to e-learning modules and distance-based technical assistance to strengthen their knowledge and their programs' fidelity to the Housing First model.