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Neuroscience Research Building Auditorium

635 Charles E Young Drive South

Los Angeles, CA 90095

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The Midterm Elections: What’s at Stake for Health?

The November midterm elections are around the corner and California voters have important healthcare issues to consider as they cast their vote. At the first Paul Torrens Health Forum of this academic year, speakers including policy experts, community physicians, and healthcare journalists will discuss what’s at stake for health on the ballot, from the Affordable Care Act and single payer to key health-related propositions. Join us for this timely session!


Panelists:

Gerald F. Kominski, PhD
Professor, Health Policy and Management
Senior Fellow, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Dorsa Maryska, MD
Nephrologist

Paul Y. Song, MD
President, Physicians for a National Health Program California
Co-chair, Campaign for a Healthy California

Micah Weinberg, PhD
President, Bay Area Council Economic Institute


Moderator:

Anna Gorman, MPH
Senior Correspondent, Kaiser Health News


PLEASE NOTE: For those coming from off campus, you will need to purchase your parking permit ($12) from the kiosk on Westwood Plaza, just north of Charles E Young Drive South prior to proceeding to Parking Structure 9. In order to arrive promptly, we strongly recommend that you allow time for traffic, picking up your permit, and finding a parking space.

If you are joining the livestream, you do not need to RSVP here. Just click HERE on October 30th. Please note that the program begins at 6:30pm PDT.

The Health Forum is recorded and available in our media archive HERE.

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