Center for Health Policy & Leadership Blog

Posts from February 2014

With renewed energy, Bastyr University’s Center for Health Policy and Leadership (CHPL) supports ongoing efforts that encourage active participation in public affairs to promote health and well-being.

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Posted by Heather Carrie, CHPL Director on Mon, 02/24/2014 - 12:53pm
Tags: Events, Health Policy, leadership, Legislative Efforts

April 26-28 The Washington DC Federal Legislative Initiative (DC FLI) brings naturopathic doctors, naturopathic medical students, and supporters of naturopathic medicine together to meet with federal legislators to advocate for the naturopathic medicine profession.

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Posted by Heather Carrie, CHPL Director on Mon, 02/24/2014 - 12:02pm
Tags: Legislative Efforts, Events, naturopathic medicine

This nationwide effort to raise awareness around eating disorders will be supported by Bastyr University Nutrition & Exercise students through student-led community events at the Kenmore campus.

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Posted by Heather Carrie, CHPL Director on Sat, 02/22/2014 - 10:41am
Tags: Nutrition & Exercise Science, Events

Naturopathic doctors (NDs), students, and supporters will convene in Sacramento on March 4 to meet with legislative representatives to advocate on behalf of the California naturopathic profession.

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Posted by Heather Carrie, CHPL Director on Thu, 02/20/2014 - 11:17am
Tags: Legislative Efforts, California Naturopathic Doctors

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The Bastyr University Center for Health Policy and Leadership (CHPL) is a nonpartisan, University-based center dedicated to advancing the understanding of health policy and leadership issues. The Center:

  • Creates on-campus and external opportunities for participation in "essential, generative conversations."
  • Hosts prominent scholars and health practitioners in discussion-oriented events.
  • Provides a forum for scholarly research on health policy and leadership issues.
  • Encourages citizens to actively participate in public affairs through experiential programs.
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