From Our Researchers

Mass Shootings Can Be Prevented … and the Media Are a Good Place to Start

By engaging in more responsible reporting through the limiting of the use of the perpetrators’ names and images, the media actually may be able to save lives and help to achieve the long-standing goal of reducing mass shootings in the United States. 

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Stories from Sullivan: Listen

Above all, the people on the frontlines of the opioid epidemic want state and federal policymakers to see the problem from their perspective.

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Featured Researcher

Young Joo Park
Policy Analyst
"I enjoy making my data tell a story."
As a Rockefeller Institute researcher, Young Joo Park focuses on institutional healthcare disparities, healthcare finance, and public health insurance. Her doctoral dissertation, “Geographic Disparities in Access to Nursing Home Services: Assessing Fiscal Stress and Quality of Care,” was published in the journal Health Services Research in November 2017.
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