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News & Announcements: January & February 2015

In this post,

  • CTEP scholars Babak Navi, MD; Michael Satlin, MD; and Bishoy Faltas, MD, in the news for their discoveries and awards.
  • Upcoming courses, including 3D Printing, Writing Successful Biomedical Publications, and Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) certification.
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Education

Thinking and Speaking Differently: Reframing Health Equity

The Walter Gordon Symposium is an annual conference co-hosted by the School of Public Policy and Governance and Massey College. In the lead up to the 2015 Walter Gordon Symposium, students, speakers, faculty, and community members are invited to share their reflections on the theme of ‘Confronting Complexity’ in Canadian society.  807 more words

Public Policy

Next CHAT - March 10: "LGBTQ Health in Minnesota 2012-2014"

Join us Tuesday, March 10th for the next CHAT (Community Health and Advocacy Talks): “LGBTQ Health in Minnesota: 2012-2014.” Our presenter for the evening, John Salisbury, is the Director of Programs with the… 116 more words

CHAT Events

Balanced Budget Should ≠ Disruption of Health Care

By Stephanye R. Clarke

If Governor Malloy gets his way under his proposed budget approximately 34,000 Connecticut parents who gross more than 138% of the Federal Poverty Level ($27724.20 for a family of three) will lose their Medicaid coverage. 371 more words

Policy

The Compounding Years

I drive a lot, and lately I’ve been listening to Suze Orman Podcasts while I’m on the road. Suze often refers to one’s twenties and early thirties as “the compounding years,” because money saved in retirement accounts during these years will yield highly compounded dividends by the age of retirement. 345 more words

Life