The first study of how specialist palliative care consults affect nursing home end-of-life care suggests that they are associated with much less hospitalization and fewer burdensome transitions, at no extra cost to Medicare.
The conference and concurrent multimedia exhibition aim to better understand ways in which increasing incarceration levels have impacted social fabric, culture and democracy — and to explore how Brown might contribute to local efforts to educate incarcerated men and women.
Three students with distinct academic interests but a shared sense of duty are the first to engage in the renewed Air Force and Naval ROTC opportunities, which the University and military leaders announced Friday.
Direct-to-consumer advertising of psychiatric medications appears to increase prescribing, which may be having a mixed effect on the quality of treatment, according to a new review of the very few studies on the topic.
William Jordan filled his childhood with books, but college was more of a goal than a given — now he’s a doctoral student who hopes his example will make that path more apparent for others than it was for him.
A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences provides substantial new evidence that health becomes endangered when aging cells lose control of rogue elements of DNA called transposons.
Undocumented and DACA-status applicants will be considered under the University’s need-blind admission policy, and Brown will meet 100 percent of each student’s demonstrated financial need upon matriculation.