CORE to Present at AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

CORE to present at AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

Researchers from Providence CORE will present at the 2022 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

Coming up June 4-7, join CORE and a variety of other experts who work at the intersection of health, health care, and policy at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM) in Washington, D.C. This annual event is a great opportunity to learn about the latest research and innovative methods, and to participate in robust discussions about the impact of health services research on health policy and practice.

CORE will deliver several poster and podium presentations on Monday, June 6th, the third day of the ARM event:

  • Impact of Decisions about Patient Attribution in Breast Cancer Screening Metrics on Observed Disparities in Screening Rates, podium presentation by Hannah Cohen-Cline, PhD, MPH

  • Impacts of a Long-Term Rent Assistance Program for Low-Income Older Adults – a Longitudinal Qualitative Study, poster presentation by Natalie Kenton, MS, MPH

  • The Role of Community Health Workers in Developing Multi-Dimensional Organizational Relationships, poster presentation by Ben Gronowski, MHR

  • Disparities in Access to Virtual and in-Person Primary Care Following COVID-19 Infection by Race/Ethnicity & Social Vulnerability, poster presentation by Diana Govier, PhD, MPH

To learn more, view the daily program, and register for the event, visit

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