UCLA is closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 and departments are working closely with local, state and national officials.
A new survey shows that despite deep concern, most Angelenos trust the response of local officials to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research brief: A UCLA study also suggests that more work remains to be done to protect U.S. families from high medical costs.
The report was sponsored by the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative and the Center for Neighborhood Knowledge at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Till von Wachter, director of the California Policy Lab, says that even with the CARES Act prolonged large-scale unemployment may still be hard to reverse.
New study co-authored by a UCLA professor underscores the importance of public engagement and trust during health crises.
Researchers from UCLA and two other universities estimate that 7,200 people who don’t currently have housing could require critical care.
Leaders made this decision to slow the spread of COVID-19 and in alignment with similar measures implemented by local and state governments.
This decision was made in accordance with the best guidance from public health officials about how to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Anne Rimoin and Gilbert Gee, both of the Fielding School of Public Health, addressed the commission, which advises and makes recommendations to the Los Angeles City Council.
UCLA leadership held an information session for students on March 9 to share the latest information about the disease and how campus is responding.
Chancellor Gene Block sent a message to the campus community announcing that beginning March 11 in-person classes and finals would be conducted online where possible.
At a UCLA Luskin Lecture Series event, historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz explored the roots and consequences of America’s “gun love.”
Solutions to lower health risks for students and faculty include stretch breaks and more open classrooms.
Research brief: The Medicaid expansions have improved health-related financial risk protection for low-income adults, which was one of the primary goals of the Affordable Care Act.
The foundation of the collaboration has been to empower people in local communities to drive the solutions.
The longtime professor of health policy and management in the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, died of cancer Jan. 5.
The results also show key findings in non-cigarette tobacco use, mental health and well-being.
The 33rd edition of the open-streets event celebrates UCLA’s Centennial with activities that brought campus highlights downtown.
The chair is named in honor of Dr. Paul Torrens, who has been on the school’s faculty since 1972.
UCLA students partnered with private tech company on project that explored public health outcomes in L.A. and Long Beach port communities.
In 47 countries, the minimum legal age for employment is below 15, despite evidence that work at an early age is associated with negative effects on health and education.
The UCLA study highlights the importance of understanding risks near other natural gas storage facilities.
Center will bring together academic researchers, students and health care executives and practitioners to explore critical issues in the management of health care organizations.
Study, which is the first to demonstrate a causal link, shows the connection is strongest in states with least restrictive gun laws.