Social Determinants and HealthCare:
Wednesday May 3, 2017 | 3-6 p.m. CentralClark-Fox Forum, Hillman Hall, Washington University in St. LouisSt. Louis, Missouri
Strategies for Healthcare Organizations and Professionals
Engage with experts on how cross-sector collaborations can address the social determinants of health for our nation’s most vulnerable populations. This event will feature experts from academia, industry, and policy and include a guest keynote, panel, and framing remarks followed by a complimentary reception.
The event will take place in the Clark-Fox Forum in Hillman Hall on the Danforth Campus of Washington University in St. Louis. Hillman Hall is located on the corner of Hoyt Dr. and Forsyth Blvd. The Clark-Fox Forum is located on the north side of the building on the main floor (not lower level ground floor).
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Nancy Cambria, Award-Winning Journalist and Reporter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Fellow, Center for Health Journalism, University of Southern California
Nancy Cambria has reported for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for more than a decade, centering on the region's most vulnerable children and families. Last year, in the aftermath of the protests and violence that erupted in Ferguson, Cambria spent seven months reporting on children still living the area. Her report, “The Crisis Within: How toxic stress and trauma endanger our children,” focused on evolving research indicating inequity, poverty and violence can deeply impair child brain and physical development and lead to poor health outcomes in adulthood. Cambria has won numerous local and national awards for her reporting. She has a B.A. in English from Skidmore College and an M.A. in English and Creative Writing from Ohio University.
, PhD, James B. Duke Professor, Duke University; Founding Member, Center for
Advanced Hindsight; Faculty Director, Envolve Center for Health Behavior ChangeDan Cave
, Chief Executive Officer, Envolve PeopleCareChris Coffey
, MHA, President and Chief Executive Officer, Sunflower Health PlanJeremy Corbett
, MD, Chief Health Officer, Envolve PeopleCareMichal Grinstein-Weiss
, PhD, MSW, MA, Professor, Brown School; Founding Director, Envolve Center
for Health Behavior Change; Associate Director, Center for Social DevelopmentMark lwry
, JD, MPP, Former Senior Advisor to the Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary for
Retirement and Health Policy, U.S. TreasuryMary McKay
, PhD, MSW, Neidorff Family and Centene Corporation Dean, George Warren Brown School of Social WorkJason Purnell
, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor, Brown School and For Sake of All Principal InvestigatorHolden Thorp
, PhD, Provost, Washington University in St. Louis
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About the Envolve Center
Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change™ is an industry-academic collaboration between the Brown School, Duke University, and Centene Corporation. The Envolve Center’s mission is to create, evaluate, and advance innovative ways of improving managed care delivery by translating public health and behavioral economics research into effective practices and programs for better health outcomes.