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Experiences with COVID-19 Case Investigation and Contact Tracing: A Qualitative Analysis

Jun 01, 2023
Nickolas DeLuca, Elise Caruso, Reena Gupta, Charlene Kemmerer, Rebecca Coughlin, Olivia Chan, Divya Vohra, John E. Oeltmann, Melanie M. Taylor, Patrick K. Moonan, Phoebe G. Thorpe, Penny S. Loosier, CDC COVID-19 Case Investigation and Contact Tracing Task Force, and Geraldine Haile

Wastewater Monitoring Can Anchor Global Disease Surveillance Systems

Jun 01, 2023
Aparna Keshaviah, Megan B. Diamond, Matthew J. Wade, Samuel V. Scarpino, and Global Wastewater Action Group

The Medical Home and Mental Health Services in Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs

Jun 01, 2023
Jessica E. Rast, Anne M. Roux, Gabrielle Connor, Tobechukwu H. Ezeh, Lindsay Shea, Renee M. Turchi, and Paul Shattuck

Medications for Alcohol Use Disorder and Retention in Care in Medicaid-Enrolled Youth, 2014–2019

May 29, 2023
Joel Earlywine, Sarah M. Bagley, Jonathan Rodean, Bonnie T. Zima, Nicholas Chadi, Douglas L. Leslie, and Scott E. Hadland

Connecting the Dots between Barriers to W.I.C. Access and Adult and Child Food Insecurity: A Survey of Missouri Residents

May 27, 2023
Tyler L. Frank, Jason Jabbari, Stephen Roll, Dan Ferris, Takeshi Terada, Amanda Gilbert, and Laura McDermott

Did Remote Learning Lead to Different Education and Health Outcomes in Pennsylvania?

May 26, 2023
Stephen Lipscomb, Duncan Chaplin, Ijun Lai, Alma Vigil, and Hena Matthias

Wastewater-Based Monitoring Could Help Guide Responses to the USA Opioid Epidemic

May 18, 2023
Fahad Ahmed, Jake W. O’Brien, Aparna Keshaviah, Wayne D. Hall, Richard Bade, Benjamin Tscharke, Mariana Matus, Jochen F. Mueller, Kevin V. Thomas, and Daniel A. Burgard

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