Glen P. Mays mainly investigates Public health, Health policy, Health care, Health promotion and Environmental health. His Public health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Public economics, Institution, Public administration, Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health. His research investigates the link between Health policy and topics such as Organizational structure that cross with problems in Local community, Organizational analysis and Scope.
The concepts of his Health care study are interwoven with issues in Odds ratio, Birth certificate and Public relations. Particularly relevant to International health is his body of work in Health promotion. The various areas that he examines in his Environmental health study include Beverage consumption and Health department.
His main research concerns Public health, Health policy, Public relations, Health promotion and Health care. He combines subjects such as Public administration, Economic growth, Public economics and Environmental health with his study of Public health. His International health, HRHIS and Public health informatics study in the realm of Health policy connects with subjects such as Systems research.
His research in Health promotion intersects with topics in Global health, Public sector and Health administration. His Health care study combines topics in areas such as Nursing and Family medicine. His work on Population health is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Incentive.
His primary scientific interests are in Public health, Population health, Environmental health, Economic growth and Public economics. His Public health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Capital and Public relations. As a part of the same scientific family, Glen P. Mays mostly works in the field of Environmental health, focusing on Index and, on occasion, Internet privacy and Socioeconomics.
His Economic growth research integrates issues from MEDLINE and Scope. His work carried out in the field of Nursing brings together such families of science as Social policy, Health care and Well-being. His studies deal with areas such as Health economics and Health promotion as well as Health policy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public health, Population health, Multi sectoral, Health services research and Knowledge management. His Public health study results in a more complete grasp of Nursing. Glen P. Mays interconnects Rural health, Geographic variation and Socioeconomics in the investigation of issues within Population health.
His Health services research study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health care reform, Health policy, Family medicine, Health insurance and Health delivery. His study in Health policy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Health informatics, Environmental health and Health promotion. He has included themes like Healthcare system and Innovation implementation in his Knowledge management study.
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Evidence Links Increases In Public Health Spending To Declines In Preventable Deaths
Glen P. Mays;Sharla A. Smith.
Health Affairs (2011)
Institutional and Economic Determinants of Public Health System Performance
Glen P. Mays;Megan C. McHugh;Kyumin Shim;Natalie Perry.
American Journal of Public Health (2006)
Late Preterm Infants: Birth Outcomes and Health Care Utilization in the First Year
T Mac Bird;Janet M Bronstein;Richard W Hall;Curtis L Lowery.
Public health administration : principles for population-based management
Lloyd F. Novick;Glen P. Mays;Georges C. Benjamin.
Understanding the Organization of Public Health Delivery Systems: An Empirical Typology
Glen P. Mays;F. Douglas Scutchfield;Michelyn W. Bhandari;Sharla A. Smith.
Milbank Quarterly (2010)
Improving public health system performance through multiorganizational partnerships.
Glen P. Mays;F. Douglas Scutchfield.
Preventing Chronic Disease (2010)
Self-Reported Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake among College Students
Delia Smith West;Zoran Bursac;Donna Quimby;T. Elaine Prewitt.
Geographic variation in public health spending: correlates and consequences.
Glen P. Mays;Sharla A. Smith.
Health Services Research (2009)
Availability and perceived effectiveness of public health activities in the nation's most populous communities
Glen P. Mays;Paul K. Halverson;Edward L. Baker;Rachel Stevens.
American Journal of Public Health (2004)
For the Public's Health: Investing in a Healthier Future
Glen P. Mays.
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