Center for Health Policy & Leadership Blog
This May Bastyr University California ND candidate Griffin McMath will have the honor of being the first official delegate to represent naturopathic medical students around the world at the World Health Organization’s (WHO) 68th World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland.Continue reading this post...
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.Continue reading this post...
When: Noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Where: Room 146 (Willow Room)
Bastyr University's Center for Health Policy Leadership and the Naturopathic Medical Student Association invite the public to join a "Conversation with Deborah Senn." Light refreshments will be served.Continue reading this post...
When: Noon to 1 p.m. Friday, February 18, 2011
Where: Bastyr UniversityWillow Room (Room 146)
Bastyr University's new Center for Health Policy and Leadership is kicking off its new leadership series with a brownbag-style event called "Health Reform's Impact on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine."Continue reading this post...
When: 5:30 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.) Thursday, February 17, 2011
Where: Bastyr University, Room 1062
Bastyr University is launching its new Center for Health Policy and Leadership (CHPL) with an "Integrated Healthcare Policy Consortium Discussion."
At the event, leaders from the national Integrated Healthcare Policy Consortium will discuss their visions of a health-oriented, integrated and accessible system of national health care. Refreshments will be provided.Continue reading this post...
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.