Delaware Leadership Institute, Winter 2017 - Applications Now Being Accepted

Date: 12/2016

Applications for the University of Delaware’s National Leadership Institute on Developmental Disabilities - to be held January 22-27 - will be accepted through November 18. This week-long, intensive leadership development program is designed for current executive-level leaders and emerging leaders. Participants may work in areas of management or program leadership in organizations that provide, advocate for, or fund supports for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families.

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Job Opening: Research Analyst/Data Scientist

Date: 11/2016

Do you want to help promote transparency and clearer choices in health care? Come work on a team that’s making it happen! HSRI is a nonprofit that’s been researching, evaluating, and improving the quality and capacity of public health and social service systems for 40 years. And we’re looking for a full-time Research Analyst to be part of our health care research team—an innovative, expanding team within our organization. 

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HSRI Presentation from the National Association of Health Data Organizations Conference - October 2016

Date: 11/2016

Members of our Health Data team attended last week's National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO) conference in Minneapolis, and Research Associate Leanne Candura presented findings from the team's comprehensive review of consumer-facing healthcare transparency websites for the Vermont legislature last year.

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HSRI Newsletter - September 2016

Date: 09/2016

The HSRI Newsletter - September 2016 was released this week. Topics include:​​

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HSRI Researchers Publish on the Promise of Self-Direction - International Perspectives

Date: 08/2016

HSRI Research Associates Bevin Croft and Ben Cichocki are part of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded team examining self-direction in mental health.  Last year, the team brought together experts in self-direction and mental health from around the globe for a two-day, in-person ‘learning exchange’ as part of the 2015 International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership meetings. All told, 45 participants, representing seven countries, attended the meeting—sharing best practices, discussing challenges, Read More

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