Who Gets What? The Interactions of Health Policy and Social Welfare Policy–Spring 2004

An interdisciplinary initiative exploring the interconnectedness of health and social welfare policies designed to promote and sustain a meaningful discussion about the policies and practices in these intersecting areas.  This investigation is of vital importance not only to our cross-campus community, but to the larger community as well.  CAS Resident Associates Brad Schwartz (College of Medicine) and Noreen Sugrue (Nursing Institute) coordinate this series.

Steering Committee members help shape and organize the scope of the initiative, identify core faculty participants and are responsible for leading one or more of the seminar meeting:

Leon Dash (Journalism)
Larry DeBrock (Economics)
Tanya Gallagher (College of Applied Life Studies & The Disability Research Institute)
Jack Knott (IGPA)
Wynn Korr (School of Social Work)
Paul McNamara (Agriculture & Consumer Economics)
Michael Moore (Law & Philosophy)
Nancy Pogue (The Nursing Institute)
Elizabeth Powers (IGPA & Economics)
Robert F. Rich (College of Law & IGPA)
Susan Schoppelrey (School of Social Work)

This initiative is supported by: Beckman Institute, Center for Advanced Study, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, College of Applied Life Sciences, College of Law, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, Nursing Institute, Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, Institute of Government and Public Affairs, NCSA, Program in Health Law and Policy, College of Law, School of Social Work, Carle Clinic, Carle Foundation Hospital, and Provena Covenant Medical Center

Fall, 2003 presentations.

Other activities.

Tuesday, January 27, 2004
Ron Haskins
Just What the Nation Needed: The Welfare Reform Law of 1996
4:00 pm
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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
David Cutler
Your Money or Your Life: Strong Medicine for America’s Healthcare System
3:00pm
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