There has been a revolution in recent years in the way health is measured, and this revolution promises to change how resources are allocated, how care is delivered, and who benefits from this investment. The panelists discuss new findings on the global burden of disease and what it implies for academic global health researchers, clinical caregivers, policy makers, donors and others. Speakers include George Rutherford, Director, Prevention & Public Health Group, UCSF; Stefano Bertozzi, Dean, School of Public Health, UC Berkeley; Julio Frenk, Dean, School of Public Health, Harvard University; Joy Lawn, Director, MARCH Centre, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; and Chris Murray, Director, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. Recorded on 10/02/2014. (#29022)
Product Development and Delivery in Global Health - The Science of Global Health: What’s Next?
Date: 1/21/2015; 54 minutes