WHYY Voices in the Family, September 24, 2012
David Rubin appeared on WHYY's Voices in the Family to discuss his work on mental health diagnoses and psychotropic medication use among children in Medicaid.
HealthDay News, September 19, 2012
Philly.com published an article from HealthDay News on David Rubin and Meredith Matone’s study examining antipsychotic medication use among children enrolled in Medicaid.
WHYY Radio Times, August 3, 2012
Philadelphia’s WHYY Radio Times featured Joanne Wood in its hour-long discussion about the effect of the recession on children and child abuse.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 27, 2012
The Philadelphia Inquirer examines the local impact of housing stress on child well-being, based on Joanne Wood's recent study on the relationship between foreclosures and child abuse.
The New York Times, July 23, 2012
The New York Times discusses the relationship between housing stress and child abuse uncovered in Joanne Wood's study at 38 children's hospitals.
NBC News, July 16, 2012
NBC News examines Joanne Wood's study of 38 Children's hospitals and the increased prevalence of serious child abuse in areas hit hardest by the recession.
Philly.com, May 7, 2012
Philly.com adds a local media perspective to David Rubin and Meredith Matone's study of foster children's use of psychotropic medications.
Pittsburgh Tribune, April 30, 2011
The Pittsburgh Tribune features David Rubin and Meredith Matone's national study on psychotropic medication use among children in foster care.
BLOOM Blog of Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, December 8, 2011
The BLOOM Blog covers Chris Feudtner's Grand Rounds at Montreal Children's Hospital, where he spoke about the ethics of protecting complex medical care for children in a climate focused on cutting costs.
Today's Hospitalist, May 2011
Today's Hospitalist features Evan Fieldston's work in the field of hospital occupancy rates and efforts to reduce variation in patient flow.
MSNBC, May 13, 2011
MSBNC highlights Cynthia Mollen and Monika Goyal's work on STD prevention in the Emergency Department.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, April 20, 2011
CHOP President and CEO Steve Altschuler features PolicyLab’s work bridging research and public policy.
Chicago Sun-Times, April 15, 2011
Chicago Sun-Times features Chris Feudtner’s work on the growing use of in-home hospice care among children.
USA Today, April 14, 2011
USA Today features commentary by Chris Feudtner on environmental and societal changes influencing the health of children.
USA Today, April 12, 2011
In this USA Today article, Chris Feudtner comments on the early onset of anorexia in children and marketing aimed at children.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 12, 2010
In this editorial, David Rubin and Kathleen Noonan highlight the long-lasting impact of the recession on children and the need for bipartisan cooperation in challenging times.
CNN, November 15, 2010
CNN news article features PolicyLab report on the effect of the recession on child well-being.
LA Times, May 3, 2010
The LA Times’ Health Blog, Booster Shots, features an editorial by PolicyLab's Kathleen Noonan and David Rubin emphasizing the role of caregivers in child behavioral health. Read the blog.
Philadelphia Inquirer, May 28, 2009
Philadelphia Inquirer article quotes Pediatrician Chris Feudtner, PolicyLab Scientific Co-Director, on the importance of helping parents find quality end-of-life care for children. Read the article.
All Things Considered, August 9, 2006
NPR’s All Things Considered interviews Pediatrician Chris Feudtner, PolicyLab Scientific Co-Director, on providing quality end-of-life care for children. Read the story.
All Things Considered, August 9, 2006
NPR’s All Things Considered follows Pediatrician Chris Feudtner, PolicyLab Scientific Co-Director, as he tracks the progress of an infant transitioning out of end-of-life care. Listen to the audio.
National Public Radio, August 9, 2006
NPR features an essay by Pediatrician Chris Feudtner, PolicyLab Scientific Co-Director and pediatric end-of-life care expert, on explaining his profession to his sons. Read the essay.