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Aspen Ideas: Offstage features fascinating people sharing perspectives on the most pressing global issues of the day. Ruth Katz is director of the Aspen Institute Health, Medicine, and Society...
Tags: Health, Medicine, and Society Program
When I moved to DC one year ago, I quickly started using Uber. Without a doubt, Uber improved the quality of my life in this city. I request Uber rides for a trip to the airport, a safe ride at night...
Tags: Spotlight Health, Health, Health Medicine and Society, Aspen Global Health and Development
Above, watch the full video of Centers for Disease Control Director Dr. Tom Frieden’s lecture and Q&A on Ebola. With the initial shock of the Ebola outbreaks beginning to subside in the US, it...
Tags: Ebola, Health, Medicine, and Society Program
The Aspen Institute and James Beard Foundation are offering a new series of conversations on how to change and advance American food and food policy. In this first “food salon” on sugar, Corby Kummer...
Tags: American Food, Food Policy, Sugar, Health
Quick and DirtyThere are some really valuable advocacy evaluation guides out there in the interwebs. Some of our favorites include Julia Coffman’s guide to advocacy evaluation planning and advocacy M...
Tags: Health, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy Evaluation
We hosted a panel of leading experts for a working breakfast on reproductive health and sustainable development in the context of the United Nations Post-2015 agenda, the Sustainable Development...
Tags: Health, Reproductive Health, family planning, Environment, post-2015 agenda
  Please join us for “Reinventing Health Care: Lessons from the Field,” which marks the release of the summary report of the Aspen Institute Health Innovation Project. For the past two years,...
Tags: Health, innovation
This year's second annual lecture featured Dr. Paul Farmer, Physician, Medical Anthropologist and Co-Founder of Partners In Health, who shared his innovative view of the future of development. ...
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August AdvocacyIf you belong to a US-based grassroots advocacy group, you’ve probably marked on your calendar the upcoming Congressional recess in August when policymakers head back home to reconnect...
Tags: Advocacy and Social Media, Health, Advocacy Strategies
Too many returning combat veterans who suffer from PTSD, depression, addiction, or other mental illness are failing to receive the treatment they deserve in their home communities. Please join us in...
Tags: Veterans, Health

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