Us in the Media

 

Believe in a Healthy Newark Initiative


American Academy of Family Physicians

“Working to Eliminate Health Disparities”
“It’s a lack of paying attention to the contributors to health disparities that has led to our failure to improve outcomes,” said Denise Rodgers, M.D., vice chancellor for interprofessional programs at Rutgers University Biomedical and Health Sciences. “Isn’t improving outcomes why we’re in this business in the first place?”

By David Mitchell
April 30, 2018


“Growing Focus on ‘Social Determinants of Health’”
“Issues like poverty, food insecurity, housing status, and violence
play a huge role in public and individual health”

By
November 8, 2017


“It’s Time to Believe in a Healthy Newark”

By Tom Sullivan
(Find Tom on LinkedIn)
October 10, 2017


“Building a Culture of Health in Newark”
“Rutgers partners with community-based organizations
to improve Newark’s health outcomes and eliminate health disparities”

By Patti Verbanas
September 26, 2017


Radio Interview with Steering Committee member Keri Logosso-Misurell
of the Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition

With Doug Doyle
September 21, 2017


“NJPHK Spotlight: Dr. Denise Rodgers”
Dr. Denise Rodgers believes that ‘zip code is more important than genetic code’ when it comes to individuals’ health outcomes…”

August 2, 2017


 

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