“Geographic Variation in ACA-Related Media Messages and Health Insurance Enrollment”
Sarah E. Gollust, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in Health Policy and Management and McKnight Land-Grant Professor at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Tuesday, April 19th, 2016
NOON to 1:20 p.m.
SSA, Room W-1A 969 East 60th Street
Please reserve seats/lunches in advance at theEvent Brite page for this event. If you register, please attend or cancel 24 hours prior, in order for seats/lunches to be utilized.
Please be considerate and remain for entire lecture, although CHAS does understand select SSA classes start promptly at 1:30pm CST.
2016 Spring Quarter: Michael M. Davis Lecture Series
Please see below for a schedule of this upcoming Quarter's other lectures:
April 26, 2016: "Intergenerational Trauma: Clinicians Trained to Diagnose and Treat Elderly African American Survivors of Jim Crow Suffering with Symptoms of Segregation Stress Syndrome (Collective PTSD)" Ruth Thompson-Miller, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at the University of Dayton.RSVP HERE
May 3, 2016: "Implementation Science as a Model for Social Work Science: The View from Child Welfare and Child Mental Health" Lawrence Palinkas, M.A., Ph.D., Frances L. and Albert G. Feldman Endowed Professor in Social Policy and Health at the University of Southern California.RSVP HERE
May 10, 2016: "Precision Medicine: A New Direction for Public Health or a Utopian Delusion" Ronald Bayer, Ph.D., Professor of Sociomedical Sciences atColumbia University and Co-Director, Center for the History and Ethics of Public Health. RSVP HERE
May 17, 2016: "Media & the Politics of Implementation: Competition, Coverage & Complexity in Affordable Care Act Messaging" Erika Franklin Fowler, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Government at Wesleyan University and Director of the Wesleyan Media Project. RSVP HERE
Each academic quarter, CHAS hosts the Davis lectures to bring health and services research to SSA to address topics at the intersection of health policy and the broad needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged populations. All lectures are held on Tuesdays from 12:00pm to 1:20pm at the School of Social Service Administration, 969 E. 60th Street, in room WI a+b. The lectures are free and open to the public, but registration is required in order to have lunch provided and reserved. Q&A period follows most lectures.