13 Jun Advancing a Worldwide Population Sciences Agenda – UCSF Worldwide Overall health Investigation Symposium
(Go to: http://www.uctv.television/) This panel focuses on the translation of clinically tested interventions into populace effects, and populace-based mostly interventions that have scientific implications. Panelists discover future directions in world wide populace sciences, which include behavioral, social, and coverage assessment, economics, and implementation sciences. Every panelist describes the status of his or her industry, identifies rising problems for the next two many years, and highlights alternatives for UCSF to progress world wide populace wellbeing. Panelists: Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Professor, Section of Drugs Elvin Geng, Assistant Professor, Section of Drugs Jim Kahn, Professor, Section of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Claire Brindis, Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Overall health Sciences moderates.
Sequence: “UC Worldwide Overall health Institute” [3/2014] [Overall health and Drugs] [Show ID: 27886]