Department of Health Policy

Study explores how often children diagnosed with flu experience serious neuropsychiatric side effects

A Vanderbilt study is among the first to quantify how often children diagnosed with flu experience serious neuropsychiatric side effects.

Grant renewal strengthens patient-centered outcomes research training program

The federal government has renewed its support of a learning healthcare system (LHS) T32 training program at Vanderbilt University Medical Center that prepares investigators to discover, evaluate and implement strategies for improving patient outcomes and, ultimately, the overall health of the community.

Stevenson to serve as interim chair of Health Policy

David Stevenson Jr., PhD, MS, has been named interim chair of the Department of Health Policy at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Child Health Poll: more than 1-in-4 Tennessee parents worried their kids have undiagnosed depression, anxiety

The latest analysis of the 2023 Tennessee Child Health Poll, released during National Mental Health Awareness Month, has found that roughly 29% of Tennessee parents are concerned their child has undiagnosed anxiety or depression.

Poll shows more than 1-in-4 Tennessee parents worried their kids have undiagnosed depression, anxiety

The latest analysis of the 2023 Tennessee Child Health Poll, released during National Mental Health Awareness Month, has found that roughly 29% of Tennessee parents are concerned their child has undiagnosed anxiety or depression.

Low-professionalism residents later draw higher patient complaints: study

A Vanderbilt study finds a strong association between lower ratings for interpersonal communication skills among medical residents in their last year of training and greater likelihood of unsolicited patient complaints among doctors during their first year of employment after training.

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