Recently 1889 Foundation took part in an investiture ceremony at Thomas Jefferson University for Dr. Trina Thompson, who has been named the first Victor Heiser, MD Professor of Population Health. It's the next step in
The 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health is asking national organizations for proposals to bring proven community interventions against diabetes to Cambria and Somerset Counties. As a Tribune-Democrat article about the initiative states, "In its
The 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health has identified mental health as one of the region's top public health priorities. According to Mental Health America, nearly one in five Pennsylvanians has some mental illness, and
The 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health has identified diabetes prevention and control as a top priority in improving the overall health of our region. Diabetes is a leading cause of premature death in rural
The 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health has a new website! Check it out for more information on this exciting initiative, and follow along as the Center continues its important work.
Just over a year ago the 1889 Foundation announced a new partnership with the Jefferson Center of Population Health to create the 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health in Johnstown. It's been an exciting year of
Trina Thompson, DrPH, BSN, has been named the executive director for the 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health in Johnstown. The Center was established last year through a $7.5 million, five-year gift from the 1889
(JOHNSTOWN, Pa.) The 1889 Foundation today announced a $7.5 million, five-year gift establishing the 1889 Foundation-Jefferson Center for Population Health in Johnstown. The Center, which is a partnership between the 1889 Foundation and the Jefferson