Web & New Media Development
Our team works with many federally-funded projects as well as several academic departments and medical center divisions to provide websites, databases, new media resources, and survey/assessment tools. Our major partners in these efforts include:
The Health Information Group consults with GUMC to guide and maintain over 100 individual websites of departments and centers whose missions of research, teaching and patient care are carried out with a strong emphasis on community outreach and the Jesuit principle of cura personalis — care of the whole person. Chief among these sites are:
The Institute responds to the need for innovative solutions to the most pressing national and international health concerns and reflects the importance of public and private law in health policy analysis. The O’Neill Institute draws upon the University’s considerable intellectual resources, including the School of Nursing & Health Studies, School of Medicine, the Public Policy Institute, and the Kennedy Institute of Ethics.
The Center was established over four decades ago to improve the quality of life for all children and youth, especially those with, or at risk for, special needs and their families.
The mission of the NCCC is to increase the capacity of health care and mental health care programs to design, implement, and evaluate culturally and linguistically compethsent service delivery systems to address growing diversity, persistent disparities, and to promote health and mental health equity. The NCCC website contains foundations of cultural and linguistic competence, publications, online assessments, data, and online curricula.
This Center translates research in healthy mental development into materials tailored to the needs of each of the target audiences, and makes them available on this website. In addition, the Center serves as an online “Community of Learners,” a clearinghouse for the exchange of ideas through traditional and new media.
This Center provides resources, information, training opportunities, and discussions on contemporary practices in early childhood intervention, birth through 5 years of age, to enhance your ability to provide state of the art early childhood services and supports.
This Center promotes self-determination, productivity, independence and inclusion of individuals with developmental and other disabilities across the life span and in all aspects of community life.
This guide is focused primarily on the private insurance reforms of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including the health insurance marketplaces, benefit and cost structures, and premium tax credits. It is organized into four main sections that address how individuals may present themselves to Navigators based on their insurance status and coverage options. The questions and answers here have been developed in collaboration with the staff at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families, and the Kaiser Family Foundation.