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09/19/2016

Jeff Kullgren was featured in Fall 2016 issue of Medicince at Michigan. The article highlights Dr. Kullgren's research focusing on improving patient and provider decision making, using insights from behavioral economics.

08/30/2016

A recent publication by CBSSM postdoctoral fellow Kayte Spector-Bagdady with colleagues from NYU was recently profiled in the Wall Street Journal. The article discusses lessons learned from the genomics community for radiologists for “incidental” return of results for patients and was conceptualized as part of Dr. Brian Zikmund-Fisher’s PIHCD Working Group.

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07/21/2016

Due to food safety concerns, the FDA recently released a statement that strongly advises the public from indulging in raw cookie dough.

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07/14/2016

A new article in The Conversation authored by CBSSM Co-Director Raymond De Vries and colleague Tom Tomlinson from Michigan State University explores ethical concerns that may arise when patients donate blood and tissue samples to biobanks.

The article highlights results from their national survey, which indicated that respondents were not solely concerned with privacy, but had moral concerns about how their donations could be used in future research.

06/06/2016

A recent internet study on the effect of the VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) on vaccine acceptance and trust was featured in "The Conversation." This study found telling participants about VAERS, without having them read the actual reports, improved vaccine acceptance only very slightly. However, when participants read the detailed reports, both vaccine acceptance and trust in the CDC’s conclusion that vaccines are safe declined significantly. This was true, even though the vast majority of respondents believed that the vaccine caused few or none of the reported deaths and disabilities.

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