Biologist Shin-Yi Lin, one of the inaugural fellows, is working with state officials to implement Medicaid coverage for doula services in New Jersey. Research shows that perinatal doula support may improve birth outcomes—but it is often accessible only to those who can afford to pay privately.
Undergraduates enrolled in the Spanish for Health Professions program at Rutgers University–Camden are learning the specific language skills they’ll need to work as certified medical translators in their communities.
A new Rutgers University–Camden health center affords residents access to free health care services and screenings without having to leave their Camden apartment complex.
A new Rutgers study aims to generate knowledge about factors that affect population health and opportunities to advance equity-promoting policies in the state.
The pressing need for comprehensive mental health services for New Jersey’s young people—including youth in underserved and underrepresented communities—has inspired a Rutgers alumna to help transform youth mental health care and research in the state.