The Efficacy of State-Level PrEP Access Programs: A Tale of Two States

By Noah Zwiefel, Macalester College

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) reinvents what we know about HIV prevention by nearly eliminating the risk that an individual will seroconvert after exposure to HIV. Uptake, however, has been slow in many areas where it would be most beneficial. Continue reading The Efficacy of State-Level PrEP Access Programs: A Tale of Two States

Regional Approaches to Combating the United States’ Opioid Epidemic

By Spencer Papay, Columbia University

This paper investigates the relationship between federally-funded community health centers and opioid overdoses across America’s distinct geographic regions. Continue reading Regional Approaches to Combating the United States’ Opioid Epidemic