Faculty: Margaret Lombe

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11/3: CISWH Hosts Conversation with Global Health Leader Vanessa Carey on Intersection of Economy, Politics, Security & Health

Join the Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health at Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW) for a conversation with Vanessa Carey, CEO of Seed Global Health and a practicing critical care physician. Carey will explore the connections between global health and economic growth, community development and national security, and participate in a […]

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WalletHub: Prof. Lombe on How States Can Support Underprivileged Children

In an article evaluating the best and worst states for underprivileged children in 2022, WalletHub interviews Margaret Lombe, PhD, an associate professor at Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW), to help answer critical questions about barriers and opportunities for reducing inequalities among children. Excerpted from “2022’s States with the Most Underprivileged Children” by Adam […]


CISWH News: Profs. Azzi-Lessing & Lombe Receive Grant to Prevent Violence Against Children in South Africa

Addressing structural factors is essential to reducing violence against young children. This evidence-based approach is the foundation of a new program from BUSSW Profs. Lennette Azzi-Lessing and Margaret Lombe, in their roles as affiliates for the Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health (CISWH). The professors received a grant from the Institute for Early Childhood […]