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Community Health Sciences Masters Q&A Session

October 29, 2021

Join the Department of Community Health Sciences for an open Q&A session with faculty, staff and students. This session is intended for prospective students interested in the MPH and MS degrees. We look forward to meeting you and answering your questions during this informal session.

Seminar on Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy | "Safeguarding the US Drug Supply Chain and the Economic Viability of Reshoring Manufacturing to Build Health Security"

October 21, 2021

The Seminar on Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy, "Safeguarding the US Drug Supply Chain and the Economic Viability of Reshoring Manufacturing to Build Health Security," features Tony Sardella, adjunct professor at the Olin Business School, Washington University at St. Louis, and senior research advisor of Olin's Center for Analytics and Business Insights. This seminar is presented by the Fielding School's Department of Health Policy and Management.

FSPH Center for Occupational and Environmental Health & Department of Environmental Health Sciences 411 Seminar | "The Climate Action Paradox: Maintaining Well-Being in the Age of Aggressive Policy"

October 20, 2021

About the lecture: Recent years have seen a significant acceleration of efforts to decarbonize the U.S. economy and invest in greater societal resilience. A long-standing justification for such actions has been the protection of human and ecological well-being, particularly those that are most vulnerable to the externalities of energy use. However, the decarbonization agenda is susceptible to goal substitution, in which the protection of well-being is overshadowed by the goal of achieving reductions in carbon emissions.

12th Annual Awareness Film Festival | "Veteran Journeys" Screening

October 30, 2021

"Veteran Journeys" is an opera produced by Dr. Kenneth Wells, a professor-in-residence of health policy and management at the Fieldinig School and UCLA psychiatrist. The opera is based on true stories by Veterans, family members and the composer’s family members on the experience of war (Vietnam). and having post-war trauma and homelessness and hope for recovery from receiving services and care.

Department of Health Policy & Management Seminar | "Global Health Talk: HIV PrEP Services for Adolescents MSM and TGW in Brazil"

October 19, 2021

Please join the Fielding School Department of Health Policy and Management on Tuesday, October 19 at 12pm for “Building bridges between research, health services and youth: Lessons learned with differentiated and integrated PrEP services for adol

UCLA Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Equity | 23rd Annual Health Equity Symposium: "Advancing Anti-Racism and Health Equity in a Lingering Pandemic"

November 3, 2021

The 23rd Annual UCLA Health Equity Symposium will explore methods to identify and dismantle structural racism and improve the social, economic and ecological conditions that contribute to health disparities amidst the lingering challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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