LDI Fellows examine disparities in health and health care access, the social determinants of health, and opportunities to address these issues and create more equitable and healthier communities.
Douglas Wiebe’s research investigates the places where people live, everyday activities, and the impact of daily routines on injury and other health outcomes. A number of his studies examine how keeping a firearm at home relates to homicide, suicide, and unintentional shootings of household members. He also studies issues of the clinical management of trauma and mild traumatic brain injury.
Targeted strategies to support caregivers
Schmidt and Hoffman propose protections
Study shows improved access to critical social services
Community health works show promise for vulnerable populations.
New study sheds light on program's effects just as cuts hit
Study uses natural language processing to analyze electronic health records
Low provider supply in African American and Hispanic neighborhoods
Risks exacerbating disparities in quality of care