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RWJF Clinical Scholar says rise of kidney stones is linked to growing obesity epidemic.
By Craig Pollack, MD, MS, MHS, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Scholar alumnus (2006-2009), assistant professor of medicine and associate director of the General Internal Medicine Fellowship program at Johns Hopkins University
Dominick L. Frosch, PhD, is an alumnus of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health & Society Scholars program, and the recipient of an RWJF Investigator Award in Health Policy Research. He is an associate investigator at the Department of Health Services Research at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute, and associate professor of medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles. Frosch recently led a study, published in Health Affairs, which examined the reasons patients are reluctant to engage in shared decision making.
Program that rescues women from substance abuse, incarceration and poverty begins again.
Program focuses on interdisciplinary research, looking beyond the clinic walls, to address population health problems.
New book analyzes key studies and translates findings into recommendations for treatment and care.
With her RWJF grant, a Community Health Leader funds an online program that brings brain injury survivors together despite distances and disabilities.
Researchers, policy-makers and clinicians evaluating medical practices and procedures often ignore emergency care. Three RWJF Clinical Scholars change the paradigm.