Judith Ned

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Given limited funding for school-based science education, non-school-based programs have been developed at colleges and universities to increase the number of students entering science- and health-related careers and address critical workforce needs. However, few evaluations of such programs have been conducted. We report the design and methods of a(More)
Biomedical preparatory programs (pipeline programs) have been developed at colleges and universities to better prepare youth for entering science- and health-related careers, but outcomes of such programs have seldom been rigorously evaluated. We conducted a matched cohort study to evaluate the Stanford Medical Youth Science Program's Summer Residential(More)
Individual risk assessment and behavior change dominate the content of high school health education instruction whereas broader social, political, and economic factors that influence health-known as upstream causes-are less commonly considered. With input from instructors and students, we developed a 10-lesson experiential Public Health Advocacy Curriculum(More)
Low-income and underrepresented minority students remain a largely untapped source of new professionals that are increasingly needed to diversify and strengthen the biomedical workforce. Precollege enrichment programs offer a promising strategy to stop the "leak" in the biomedical pipeline. However, in the era of highly competitive science education(More)
PRESIDENT OBAMA HAS CALLED ON SCIENTISTS AND health professionals to stand side-by-side with entertainers and athletes to “show young people how cool science can be.” As part of his Educate to Innovate campaign, the President is promoting science education, with a focus on activities outside public school classrooms. The President’s campaign encourages a(More)
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