Tag: Commonwealth Institute of Kentucky

UofL study results released on solving city’s homelessness

Louisville Metro Government and the Coalition for the Homeless have released the results of a five-month assessment outlining the process of applying best practices...

Researchers to study homelessness, provide recommendations to city task force

As city officials and organizations work to address homelessness, University of Louisville researchers are working to inform decisions of the Homeless Encampment Task Force...

Researchers offer expertise to Kentucky’s Medicaid Services for improving health care

A new collaboration between the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) and Kentucky’s Medicaid Services aims to provide insights...

UofL’s Commonwealth Institute to evaluate city’s LEAD program

Researchers in UofL's Commonwealth Institute of Kentucky, housed in the School of Public Health and Information Sciences, have joined with partners from across public...

Public health faculty launch campaign focused on HIV in African Americans

In an effort to raise awareness about free HIV testing and dispel stigma sometimes associated with HIV, a new multi-media campaign encourages members of...

New ACCelerate festival showcases work of UofL professors, students at the...

If you were to visit the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History midmonth, you might be proud to encounter the expertise of UofL...

Public health and local art leaders collaborate to improve community health...

Solving complex social and health issues through arts and culture is the goal of a collaboration between UofL’s Commonwealth Institute of Kentucky and IDEAS...

Health literacy campaign to focus on depression in African Americans Commonwealth...

“When Mom died it was like my heart was yanked out,” said Hazel Scott. “I never smiled, and I didn’t care about anything.” Scott is...

UofL researchers examine Affordable Care Act implementation in Louisville The report...

Findings from a recent study on health care utilization in Metro Louisville indicate the uninsured rate decreased by more than half in just one...