About the chapter
The Alabama SSN chapter launched in January of 2019. Alabama SSN focuses on connecting its members with policymakers, civic leaders, and journalist on issues related to health and education policy - issues that rank as the top two priorities for the state as well as areas of expertise for Alabama SSN members.
- Colleges & Universities
- Public Health
University of Alabama at Birmingham
- Democracy & Governance
- Race & Ethnicity
- Gender & Sexuality
The University of Alabama
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"Suicide and Opioids: No Easy Answers, No Sweeping Conclusions," Stefan Geoffrey Kertesz, Sensible Medicine, April 25, 2023.
Stefan Geoffrey Kertesz quoted by Sam Whitehead and Andy Miller, "CDC’s New Opioid Guidelines Are Too Little, Too Late for Chronic Pain Patients, Experts Say" NBC News, March 13, 2023.
"Artificial Intelligence, Relationships and Future Education," James J. Barney, American Public University, February 16, 2023.
Stefan Geoffrey Kertesz quoted by Will Stone and Pien Huang, "CDC Issues New Opioid Prescribing Guidance, Giving Doctors More Leeway To Treat Pain" NPR, November 3, 2022.
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