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    Feb 10

    Climate Change and Health: A Health Policy and Bioethics Consortium

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    --> RSVP to this event   As one of the largest economic sectors globally, health care represents nearly 10% of GDP spending across O.E.C.D. countries. This significant activity produces an estimated 5-10% of global greenhouse gases, presenting opportunities to directly reduce this impact through changes to energy supply, waste, purchasing, and care models. Equally important, health ca

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    Feb 16

    Advancing Health Equity Through Research and Engagement

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    --> RSVP to this event   This is Part of the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research's Talks at Twelve Series. Health equity is a widely touted but vexingly elusive goal. A significant body of academic research addresses research questions related to health equity, but the gap between research outputs and concrete social change is often yawning. How can academic research

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  • Feb 10
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    Climate Change and Health: A Health Policy and Bioethics Consortium

    --> RSVP to this event   As one of the largest economic sectors globally, health care represents nearly 10% of GDP spending across O.E.C.D. countries. This significant activity produces an estimated 5-10% of global greenhouse gases, presenting opportunities to directly reduce this impact through changes to energy supply, waste, purchasing, and care models. Equally important, health ca

  • Feb 16
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    Advancing Health Equity Through Research and Engagement

    --> RSVP to this event   This is Part of the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research's Talks at Twelve Series. Health equity is a widely touted but vexingly elusive goal. A significant body of academic research addresses research questions related to health equity, but the gap between research outputs and concrete social change is often yawning. How can academic research

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  • Feb 10
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    Climate Change and Health: A Health Policy and Bioethics Consortium

    --> RSVP to this event   As one of the largest economic sectors globally, health care represents nearly 10% of GDP spending across O.E.C.D. countries. This significant activity produces an estimated 5-10% of global greenhouse gases, presenting opportunities to directly reduce this impact through changes to energy supply, waste, purchasing, and care models. Equally important, health ca

  • Feb 16
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    Foro de Alianzas para el Hábitat Hermosillo

    Le invitamos a Foro de Alianzas para el Hábitat Capítulo Hermosillo, donde contaremos con la participación de la Presidente de la Asamblea de ONU-HABITAT; el Director Regional del Programa de Naciones Unidas para los Asentamientos Humanos (ONU-HABITAT) para América Latina y el Caribe; el Director General del Instituto Nacional del Suelo Sustentable (INSUS), Gobierno de México, legisladores federal


  • Feb 16
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    Advancing Health Equity Through Research and Engagement

    --> RSVP to this event   This is Part of the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research's Talks at Twelve Series. Health equity is a widely touted but vexingly elusive goal. A significant body of academic research addresses research questions related to health equity, but the gap between research outputs and concrete social change is often yawning. How can academic research

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