New Research by John MacDonald featured in PlanPhilly

New research in JAMA Network Open co-authored by John MacDonald (PSC Research Associate) found that increasing the number of houses that received the Philadelphia Basic Systems Repair Program intervention on a block was associated with a dose-dependent decrease in crime. These findings suggest that intentional and targeted financial investment in structural, scalable, and sustainable place-based interventions in neighborhoods that are still experiencing the lasting consequences of structural racism and segregation is a vital step toward achieving health equity. Read more in PlanPhilly.