Public Health Grand Rounds

These rounds are jointly sponsored by the Department of Public Health Sciences and the Center for Community Health.

" Whose Ox Gets Gored?  The Problem of Health Reform"

Date: 3/21/14, 12:00p – 1:00p, Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (Aud, 1-304)

Presenter Kent Gardner, PhD, Chief Economist/Chief Research Officer, Center for Govermental Research

 

Seminars are held at the Helen Wood Hall Auditorium.1W-304 from 12:00-1:00, unless otherwise noted. For parking, enter on Crittenden Blvd and park in the Saunders parking lot.

 

Audience

UR faculty, staff, residents, and students. Also welcome are public health leaders and professionals from local and state government agencies, hospitals, clinics, boards of health, community-based health organizations, academic institutions, federal agencies, and others who seek to learn more about community health, community-based research, and population-based medicine.

Goal

To enable the exchange of best practices, to encourage the interchange between community and academic Public Health professionals and to provide a regular forum for discussion and communication of topics of current interest and local relevance.