HPM Seminar Series
Kristen Ray, MD, MS
Topic: “National trends and local variation in access to care among children”
Registration is open for the 2020 Anne C. Memorial Lecture and Webcast featuring keynote speaker, Allan Frankel, MD, Managing Partner for Safe and Reliable Healthcare on "Achieving Optimal Readmission Rates by Creating A High Reliability Environment” and joined byother select UPMC speakers. The lecture is part of the Dr. Loren Roth Speaker Series of UPMC. A coffee and cookies reception will follow from 3-3:30 p.m.
Speaker: Hawre Jalal, PhD
Topic: “The Predictability of Overdose Epidemic”
Topic: Hope and Advance Care Planning in Advanced Cancer
Speaker: Michael Cohen, MD
HPM Seminar Series
Speaker: Kirsten Eom, HPM PhD Candidate
ACHE's annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership offers cutting-edge professional development, influential thought leaders, practical solutions to contemporary challenges,and networking opportunities with a global community of the best and brightest healthcare executives. Faculty and student researchers from Pitt's Department of Health Policy and Management regularly participate in short courses, tutorials and roundtables, and give invited talks, contributed talks, and poster presentations.
** Plan to attend the co-located Chicago reception for Pitt Public Health alumni and friends. **
Speaker: Cindy Bryce, PhD
Topic: “Cost effectiveness of an electronic health record-based intervention to prevent weight gain”
You're invited! Visit with faculty, alumni, and students and hear the latest on the research and programs happening on campus. Attendance at the ACHE Congress is not required. Bring your Pitt Public Health alum friends!
Topic: The Intersection of Race, Income, and Neighborhood in Breast Cancer OUtcomes
Speaker: Dr. Preg Rosenzweig, Professor, School of Nursing and Medicine; Catchment Area Research, Hillman Cancer Center
Topic: Reducing Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Low-Income Non-Elderly Adults
Speaker: Kirsten Eom, PhD Candidate, Health Policy and Management
Each June more than 3,000 individuals gather the nation's capital at the Academy Health Annual Research Meeting (ARM). Faculty and student researchers from Pitt's Department of Health Policy and Management regularly participate in short courses, tutorials and roundtables, and give invited talks, contributed talks, and poster presentations.
The opioid crisis is a public health emergency, responsible for tens of thousands of deaths annually, s well as opioid-related morbidity among the millions suffering from opioid use disordr, common comorbid disorders such as Hepatitis C and HIV, and related disorders such as neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome. Policymakers have responded at both the federal and state level, but effective responses are challenged by the evolving nature of the crisis. This seminar will examine some of the challenges in implementing and evaluating policies addressing the opioid crisis, and discussing opportunities for future approaches to the evolving crisis.
Presented by Bradley D. Stein, MD, PhD, MPH
Part of the Special Health Services Research Seminar Series, sponsored by the Center for Research on Health Care, VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion, and the Division of General Internal Medicine. This special seminar is co-hosted by Pitt Public Health.
Last Updated On Wednesday, May 29, 2019 by McCullough, Caitlin Emily
Created On Wednesday, May 29, 2019
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