About the Forum
Under the leadership of Dean Minor, Stanford School of Medicine is committed not only to providing outstanding health care, but also to improving the public policy environment in which the health care system resides.
The Stanford Health Policy Forum is an ongoing series of discussions and presentations designed to inform public debate about major health policy issues. Events in the Forum draw on the wealth of expertise available within Stanford University and the broader Bay Area, as well as in the national and international health policy field.
Frequency & Location
The Stanford Health Policy Forum will be held 2-3 times per academic year. Please be sure to check the website in advance to confirm the time and location. All events are free and open to the public.
The specific format of events varies, comprising panels, debates and interviews of major figures in the health policy world. The one common element is that all events feature significant time for the audience to ask questions of and interact with the speakers. We ask all invited guests to strive for an informal atmosphere that promotes dialogue rather than the giving of formal, extended lectures.
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Forum Advisory Committee
The advisory committee is responsible for selecting speakers and topics, and for advising on all aspects of the forum. The committee comprises a mixture of medical school faculty, faculty in other departments and other individuals affiliated with the university who are involved in the health care and public policy worlds.
The Stanford Health Policy Forum seeks to shape a better future for health policy by hosting an ongoing series of discussions and presentations designed to inform public debate about major health policy issues.
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