Dr. Sue Anne Bell is a Clinical Associate Professor of Nursing and Health Behavior and Biological Sciences at the University of Michigan School of Nursing. Her research focus is on disaster preparedness and response, particularly on the long-term impact of disasters on human health in the United States and in settings around the world. You are currently in Puerto Rico assisting with the response to Hurricane Maria. Can you give a few examples of the long-term public health challenges Puerto Rico faces? Right now I am standing in the center of Old San Juan, which is usually a tourist mecca. Under normal conditions, this area would be filled with cruise ships, musicians, open restaurants and...
Tags21st Century Cures advocacy Advocacy Awards AHRQ appropriations biomedical research Campaign for Cures cancer CDC continuing resolution COVID-19 FDA global health health research innovation Mary Woolley medical research mental health National Health Research Forum NIH NSF public health Public Health Thank You Day research Research!America science sequestration supplemental funding weekly letter weekly message
How Can I Help?
Other Advocacy Tools:
Without research, there is no hope.
The Honorable Paul G. Rogers