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The Salk Health Activist Fellowship wrapped on November 16, culminating in a program featuring presentations by fellows and remarks from esteemed experts in public health. The fellowship encouraged the next generation of health leaders...

On November 18, Mayor Bill Peduto designated Pittsburgh as a Fast-Track City, making Pittsburgh the latest member of a global network of over 300 U.S. cities and municipalities committed to ending the HIV epidemic by 2030. Through the ...

New episodes of Up Next for Patient Safety available now! Are Black and Brown people at greater risk of medical errors in the U.S.? What are federal agencies doing to track and reform practices to make health care safer for those most ...

In November, the National Patient Safety Board Policy & Advocacy Coalition called for the Senate Finance Committee's attention to patient safety in mental health. The growing coalition of health care experts say that by building a ...

The Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF) convened members of the Teen Mental Health Collaborative for a celebration of their year-long work to promote teen mental health. The November 5th gathering took place at Friendship Circle and pro...

The Jewish Healthcare Foundation's (JHF's) work to promote teen mental health was featured in a Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle article on November 15. Since 2018, JHF has managed the PA Youth Advocacy Network to raise youth voice on this ...