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Mar 13 2013 17th Annual Public Health Heroes Gala Awards Reception

The UC Berkeley School of Public Health presented Public Health Heroes awards to  Dr. J. Michael McGinnis, a top health official who served under four U.S. presidential administrations, and Dr. David Satcher, former U.S. Surgeon General and former CDC director. The awards were presented at a gala reception and ceremony March 14, 2013, at the Hotel Nikko San Francisco.

Feb 03 2013 Irvine Leadership Award profile: Jeff Oxendine

Jeff Oxendine, associate dean for public health practice at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, is one of six California leaders honored with the 2013 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award. With health reform taking full effect in January 2014, California faces a serious shortage of health professionals, as more than six million newly insured state residents start seeking the care they need. The shortage will likely hit hardest in low-income and racially diverse communities, where the number of currently uninsured people is highest and provider shortages already exist. Oxendine is working at multiple levels—local, regional and statewide—to meet this challenge head-on. He believes that a robust, diverse health workforce is essential to California’s ability to provide access to quality, affordable health services and meet the needs of its growing, aging and increasingly diverse population.

Nov 26 2012 Implementing Medi-Cal and Private Insurance Coverage in California

This is the second lecture in a series on Implementing Health Care Reform in California, which examines all aspects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s impact on access, cost, and quality of care issues relevant to the State of California. The lecture features two presenters: Speaker Larry Levitt is senior vice president for special initiatives and senior advisor to the president with the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit, private operating foundation focusing on the major health care issues facing the United States. Speaker Bruce Bodaken is chairman and CEO of Blue Shield of California is a 3.3 million member not-for-profit health plan that serves the commercial, individual, and government markets in California.

Nov 06 2012 Launching the Exchange in California: Opportunities and Challenges

Peter V. Lee, executive director of the California Health Benefit Exchange, gives a lecture as part of the ongoing series, Implementing Health Care Reform in California. The lecture series examines all aspects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on access, cost, and quality of care issues relevant to the State of California. California was the first state to create a Health Benefit Exchange following the passage of federal health care reform. As executive director, Peter Lee manages the creation of a new insurance marketplace in California.

Sep 19 2012 Beyond 7 Billion: Solutions to poverty, population growth, global warming

A discussion with Los Angeles Times reporter Ken Weiss about population growth, climate change and other intractable problems today from UC Berkeley. Featuring Professors Malcolm Potts and Ndola Prata.

 

Sep 05 2012 Scholarship Tea Videos 2012

The Scholarship Tea brings together faculty, students, donors, and alumni to recognize student scholarship recipients and the donors whose generosity has made the awards possible.

Aug 28 2012 The Future of Health Care in the U.S.

A discussion of the public health impact of the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.Speakers include UCSF School of Nursing Dean David Vlahov; UC Berkeley School of Public Health Dean Stephen Shortell; UC Berkeley School of Law Professor and Former Dean Jesse Choper; and Claire Brindis, Dir., Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, UCSF.

Jul 01 2012 Reactions to the Supreme Court’s Ruling on the Affordable Care Act

A panel of UC Berkeley experts addresses the major consequences of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act. Panelists explore what the decision means for future health reform, constitutional law, medical care, the insurance market, insurance premiums, public policy, politics, and more.

May 20 2012 PH290 Fall 2012 Digital Stories: Behind the Stereotypes

UC Berkeley student Rubi Cortes challenges stereotypes about Mexican immigrants and their children in this short film exploring issues of work, education, dreams and family resilience.

 

May 20 2012 PH290 Fall 2012 Digital Stories: What Does Health Mean to You?

UC Berkeley student Laura Nixon explores issues of health, academic achievement and reaching one’s full potential in this short film reflecting on her experiences managing health issues as a student.

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