Parent/Professional Advocacy League (PAL) and Institute for Community Health (ICH), June 2008. This project was created to add the perspective of families and youth to the continuing discussion of the pros and cons of using psychotropic medications by clarifying how families decide upon the use of psychotropic medication for their child.
Cambridge Public Health Department, June 2008. This report does not offer any overarching explanation for the mortality gap between the sexes or among different groups of men. Rather, it presents a trove of national and local data to show that these disparities indeed exist and to highlight certain behaviors that may be detrimental to men’s health.
Tufts University Department of Urban and Environmental Policy & Planning and the Institute for Community Health, May 2008. This report highlights the Somerville Community Path in Somerville, Massachusetts as it fits into the greater context of Active Living in the United States, and also discusses the national health epidemic, how government can support local initiatives, and design principles that can help foster healthy living.
Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women, Institute for Community Health, Cambridge Public Health Department, April 2008. This report offers community leaders, city departments, agencies, and others a practical, convenient means of measuring the status of women and girls in Cambridge.
[Poster] Katz, C., Coste, G., and Waggett, J. Cambridge Health Alliance Annual Poster Showcase, 2008; Cambridge, MA.
[Abstract] Hyde, J., E. Dryden, K. Hacker, A. Livny, M. Tula. Presentation at American Evaluation Association Meeting, 2007; Baltimore, MD.