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Most parents keep recommended appointments with their child’s primary provider but may consider more steps to prepare them and their children ahead of time, poll suggests.

A new IHPI brief highlights the impact of the Michigan Sickle Cell Data Collection Program, a partnership between a U-M team led by 

Among parents who plan to attend religious services this holiday season, nearly half would insist their teen join even if they didn’t want to, new poll suggests.

Congratulations to Chris Cadham for receiving the Anne Stiggelbout Award for Outstanding Presentation in Patient and Stakeholder Preferences and Engagement at the 43rd Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM) Annual Meeting in Seattle.

Kevin J. Dombkowski, DrPH, MS, has been appointed by Elizabeth Hertel, Director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), as a member of the MDHHS Scientific Advisory Panel.

Some families struggled accessing vaccines during pandemic era, others may delay or skip a health care visit for their child to avoid talking about vaccines.
Many parents aren’t sure how to dispose of unused medicines, only one in five think it’s unsafe to take medicine past the expiration date, national poll suggests.

The CHEAR Community Award recognizes an individual or team that substantially contributed to the CHEAR mission and collaborative culture. This year we awarded both a 2021 and 2022 recipient at the Fall All Staff Meeting on Tuesday, October 4th.

1 in 5 parents say their teens avoid certain activities due to insecurities and 1 in 3 parents say their child has been treated unkindly because of their appearance.