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Population Health Perspectives on Access to Care - Omaha

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Population Health Perspectives on Access to Care Omaha Spring 2023 Health Humanities Lyceum

Wed., Feb. 15, 5:30-7 p.m. CDT

Inadequate access to health care is a barrier to optimal health for many individuals and communities. Efforts to systematically improve access are an important focus within population health and population medicine, and will be a major theme of Creighton’s emerging work in the field.

Through a multi-disciplinary panel and small group discussions, this event will provide an opportunity to learn more about plans underway at Creighton for population health, and to discuss the challenges and opportunities to improve equitable access to care in our communities and health systems.

Students, faculty, staff, and clinical partners are welcome.

Matthew Reznicek, PhD
, Associate Professor of English

Scott Shipman, MD, MPH CyncHealth Endowed Chair in Population Health

Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L, FNAP, Vice President for Community Programs, CyncHealth

Sponsored by the Kingfisher Institute for the Liberal Arts & Professions and the School of Medicine

A meal will be provided for those who register by Feb. 10. Registration:
https://blueq.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BmfHcomHC6VHkq

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Add to Calendar 20230215T173000Z 20230215T190000Z America/Chicago Population Health Perspectives on Access to Care - Omaha <p><strong>Population Health Perspectives on Access to Care Omaha Spring 2023 Health Humanities Lyceum</strong></p> <p>Wed., Feb. 15,&nbsp;5:30-7 p.m. CDT</p> <p>Inadequate access to health care is a barrier to optimal health for many individuals and communities. Efforts to systematically improve access are an important focus within population health and population medicine, and will be a major theme of Creighton’s emerging work in the field.</p> <p>Through a multi-disciplinary panel and small group discussions, this event will provide an opportunity to learn more about plans underway at Creighton for population health, and to discuss the challenges and opportunities to improve equitable access to care in our communities and health systems.</p> <p>Students, faculty, staff, and clinical partners are welcome.</p> <p><strong>Matthew Reznicek</strong>, PhD
, Associate Professor of English</p> <p><strong>Scott Shipman</strong>, MD, MPH CyncHealth Endowed Chair in Population Health</p> <p><strong>Joy Doll</strong>, OTD, OTR/L, FNAP, Vice President for Community Programs, CyncHealth</p> <p><em>Sponsored by the Kingfisher Institute for the Liberal Arts &amp; Professions and the School of Medicine</em></p> <p>A meal will be provided for those who register by Feb. 10. Registration:<br /> <a href="https://blueq.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BmfHcomHC6VHkq" target="_blank">https://blueq.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9BmfHcomHC6VHkq</a></p> Cardiac Center Active Learning Classroom / Lecture Hall (Room 316) Omaha, Nebraska

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Cardiac Center Active Learning Classroom / Lecture Hall (Room 316)

Omaha, Nebraska