Population Health: What Is It and Why Should the Public Care?
Population Health is the cutting edge buzz word that many in health care are encountering for the first time. Why did Thomas Jefferson University create a new population health college separate from the medical school? Why are many practicing physicians taking graduate level classes in population health? Why is your zip code more important than your genetic code? Why do new babies in Philadelphia born in one neighborhood live 20 years longer than those born in another just a few miles away? Dr. Kent Bottles, Lecturer at The Thomas Jefferson University College of Population Health, will answer these and many other important questions in a session where your questions will be encouraged.
|Dates:||June 1, 2018 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||12:15 PM to 1:45 PM|
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