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CHIBE faculty are frequent contributors and sources in the media. Hear what they have to say in some of the latest news reports and blogs.

Physicians Weekly: Bribes Don’t Help Patients Stick with Statins

October 12, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer: To Increase Disposal Of Leftover Opioids, Give Parents A Bag Of … Coffee Grounds?

February 7, 2020

Philly Voice: Patients Who Use Online Portals to Access Health Records More Likely to Get Flu Shots, Penn Study Finds

October 10, 2019

The Hamilton Spectator: Anti-Vaxxers ‘Educated Just Well Enough To Make Terrible Decisions For Their Children’

April 22, 2019

Philly Inquirer: Anti-Vaccine Parents Are Often White, College-Educated, ‘Whole Foods Moms’

April 11, 2019

American Medical Association: Doctor’s Career Path Offers Economic Insight on Patient Care

January 16, 2019

Forbes: Paying People To Lower Their Cholesterol Works But Is It Cost-Effective?

September 14, 2018

Strategy + Business: Making Change Contagious

September 13, 2018

ABC News: Can we nudge our way to responsible opioid prescribing?

August 2, 2018

The Washington Post: A quarter of adults with sprained ankles were prescribed opioids in the ER, study shows

July 27, 2018

US News: Sprained Ankle? Opioid Rx More Likely in Some States Than Others

July 26, 2018

The Inquirer: Opioid pills for a simple sprained ankle? It’s a thing in some states, Penn researchers find

July 24, 2018

ABC News: Cold, hard cash and a fitness device could help motivate people to exercise: Study

June 13, 2018

Adapting Way to Health for Research on Depression

June 11, 2018

PRWeb: Using Behavioral Economics to Improve Self-Management for People with Diabetes on Staten Island

May 2, 2018

BBC World Service: Health Check – World Immunization Week

April 25, 2018