Implications of U.S.-China Collaborations on Global Health Issues

Recently, a lot of attention on the United States and China’s collaboration on global health has been focusing on the efforts to stop the synthetic opioid problems. The United States and China has actually been working together for many years on global health, including the China CDC and U.S. CDC has collaborated over two decades…

Psychedelics: Past, present and future | Mark Haden | TEDxEastVan

Translator: Hiroko Kawano Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs I have been standing in front of audiences for 30 years talking about drugs. And I often start my presentations with an apology. Specifically, I apologise for the lies of past drug educators, including myself. And I acknowledge we’ve told three lies. We’ve exaggerated the harms of drugs, we’ve…

Park Equity Symposium: Community Engagement to Achieve Park Equity

>So, thank you so much Alina, that was a very helpful presentation to set the context for the rest of today. I am now going to introduce our first panel, which is really bringing together three practitioners who work to engage diverse communities, stakeholders, and the work of addressing park inequities. Is Lark Galloway-Gilliam here?…

Park Equity Symposium: Opening Remarks

>My name is Raphael Bostic, I am a professor here in the Price School of Public Policy and the Director of the Bedrosian Center on Governance in the Public Enterprise. And is with great pleasure that I, welcome you to this event and to our campus. For me, equity is one the most important things…

Why we can’t fix our healthcare system | Ayesha Khalid | TEDxBeaconStreet

Translator: Jim Taylor Reviewer: Denise RQ A while back, I was driving to work one day, and my son Adam asked me a question, “Mommy, what do you do for a living? What’s your job? I quickly answered, “Adam, I’m an ear, nose, and throat doctor. I operate near people’s brains.” I peeked into the…

Join King’s College London

I love King’s College London It’s such a friendly place It’s ambitious But at the same time, we are a really close knit community People really look after each other here We’re in the centre of London Our campuses are amazing and we have so many different opportunities to do research, to do great teaching…

Durable healthcare — redesigning a system to work for everyone | Mark Arnoldy | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Silvana LoliReviewer: Helena Bowen One of my most deeply imprintedchildhood memories came on a day when my mompicked me up from middle school. We rolled to a stop at a red light, and I asked her a questionfrom the passenger seat. When she didn't respond,I looked to see why. She was trembling and tearswere…

Swing Voters in PA: Healthcare

what do you guys heard about medicare-for-all little bit would you be hurt the excessively expensive expensive what else anything else the next great fix you mean you say that sarcastic okay alright what else straight 14% start everyone eyes but don't care when they need serious surgeries were the United States because of supporting…

Swing Voters in MI: Healthcare

so most of you not heard much about Medicare for all who here says it feels like they've heard a lot about Medicare for all Sean anybody else I'm not to pick on you Sean anybody else in the group who heard there's okay so but you hadn't heard anything about all about Medicare for…