Introduction health and political participation: Advancing the field

Sarah E. Gollust, Jake Haselswerdt

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)342-348
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of health politics, policy and law
Issue number3
StatePublished - 2019

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Participation at the University of Missouri in February 2018. We are very grateful to Moises Arce and the Department of Political Science, Lael Keiser and the Truman School of Public Affairs, and Lise Saffran and the Master of Public Health Program in the School of Health Professions for their generous financial support for this event. We are also indebted to Hanna Brant, Cody Drolc, Chuka Emezue, Christal Hamilton, and Chae-gyung Jun for serving as discussants; to three anonymous reviewers for providing comments on subsequent drafts; and to Andy Emerson for logistical support.

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Sarah E. Gollust is associate professor of health policy and management at the University of Minnesota. She studies the intersections of communication, politics, and health politics; her research has examined the roles of news media and public opinion within significant health policy issues, including obesity, health disparities, the Affordable Care Act, and cancer screening. Her work has recently been funded by the American Cancer Society and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She is also associate director of Interdisciplinary Research Leaders, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program to support leaders engaged in research to advance health equity. [email protected] Jake Haselswerdt is assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and the Truman School of Public Affairs at the University of Missouri. His work focuses on the politics of social policy, especially health policy. Prior to coming to Missouri, he was a Robert Wood Johnson Scholar in Health Policy Research at the University of Michigan. He also is an alumnus of the American Political Science Association Congressional Fellowship Program. He received his PhD in political science from George Washington University. [email protected]

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