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In the Media

Connecticut Moves to Blunt Impact of Other States’ Anti-Abortion Laws

Executive Director of the Solomon Center Katie Kraschel is quoted in a New York Times article about a bill passed in Connecticut that strengthens access to abortion in the state.

Nursing Homes Face Growing Number of Lawsuits From Covid-19 Fallout

Distinguished Scholar in Elder Law Nina Kohn is quoted in a story on the upswing in COVID-19 related lawsuits against nursing homes.

Do We Become Invisible As We Age?

Distinguished Scholar in Elder Law Nina Kohn is interviewed for a piece on agism revealed by the COVID-19 pandemic.



Partner Events

Wednesday, May 25th, 5:00 - 6:30 pm

Yale Program in Biomedical Ethics: "Organizational Challenges to Ethical Behavior," featuring David Berg, PhD, Clinical Professor in Psychiatry and Lecturer, College Seminar Program, Yale College

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Tuesday, June 7th, 8:00 - 12:30 pm

The Yale Program in Addiction Medicine: "Pain, Opioids, and Worker Wellness - A Live, In-Person Training for Connecticut-Based Clinicians," with David Fiellin, MD, Jeanette Tetrault, MD, Efia James, MD, MPH, and Sara N Edmond, PhD

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Solomon Center @ YLS
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Apr 30
SC Executive Director ⁦@KatieKraschel⁩ weighs in on CT abortion law "The law lets abortion providers take solace and confidently provide care for their patients and worry less about these frivolous, vigilante lawsuits thrown at them." via @NYTimes
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Apr 20
Join us for the final event in our #PrisonHealth series TODAY at 12:10pm ET! We'll hear from an expert panel about access to care in prison, Medicaid waiver programs, and the challenges with re-entry. Bring your questions! It's not too late to register -->