A new Yale study investigates what types of public health messages are most effective at convincing people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Public health messaging that emphasizes protecting others’ health is also more effective at promoting the habit in the U.S., a new Yale co-authored study finds.
A Yale SOM research-based initiative called NORM has given birth to mask-wearing campaigns in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, India, and parts of Latin America.
The COVID-19 pandemic increased our feelings of paranoia, particularly in states where wearing masks was mandated, a new Yale study has shown.
A new Yale study finds vaccine acceptance is higher in low- and middle-income countries than wealthy ones, lighting a path to better global pandemic outcomes.
Research led by the Yale Economic Growth Center shows how reliance on a digital registration process means that women and the poor have less access.
Yale physician Cecelia Calhoun ’21 and SOM’s Howard Forman discuss the challenge of addressing the impact of systemic racism on the health of Black Americans.