Research

Research

People live in law and policy contexts. So human-centered care must account for the legal dimensions of health, wellbeing, and dignity. Reaching stakeholders across fields and disciplines, we are building new evidence for legal partnering as a prevention tool.

Training Deck

Unlocking Access in MA: Utilities

An Unlocking Access Core Curriculum training.

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Training Deck

Unlocking Access in RI: Utilities

An Unlocking Access Core Curriculum training.

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Training Deck

Unlocking Access: Guardianships & Less Restrictive Alternatives (November 2021)

An Unlocking Access monthly training, offered November 16, 2021.

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Journal Article

State Paid Family and Medical Leave Laws: Growth and Gaps in Coverage (2021)

Overview co-authored by MLPB CEO Samantha Morton and colleagues from the Brown Schools of Medicine and Public Health and the Center for...

February 26, 2021 Learn More
Poster

Strengthening families through the integration of legal advocacy into a home visiting program (2016)

Home visitors learn more about a family’s situation than other professionals, allowing for preventive legal problem-solving.

February 2, 2021 Learn More
Issue Brief

Unlocking Access: The Connections Between Medical Certifications and Health Equity (2019)

Clinicians and other health system actors have unique ability to assist in the success of their patients’ applications to safety net programs.

February 2, 2021 Learn More
Poster

When Social Complexity Drives Medical Complexity: Piloting Medical-Legal Partnership to Improve Patient Health and Increase Healthcare Team Efficacy (2015)

This pilot partnership aims to build skills and knowledge among current and future workforce members relating to social determinants of health.

February 2, 2021 Learn More