A conversation about health equity, the COVID-19 vaccine, and economic recovery with Dr. Aaron Carrol and Ohio State health services management and policy faculty.
Join the Division of Health Services Management and Policy for the 2021 Annual Midland Lecture
Aaron Carroll, MD, MS, is a pediatrician and professor of pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine and vice president of faculty development at the Regenstrief Institute. He is also the vice chair for health outcomes research and associate dean of research mentoring at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Carroll writes for "The Upshot" — data-driven reporting and analysis for The New York Times — and for the Incidental Economist health services research blog. In addition, he wrote The Bad Food Bible: How and Why to Eat Sinfully and runs the YouTube channel “Health Care Triage.”
- Tasleem Padamsee, PhD – Assistant Professor, Health Services Management and Policy
- Micah Berman, JD – Associate Professor; Joint Appointment, College of Law and Health Services Management & Policy
- Deena Chisolm, PhD - Director, Center for Innovation in Pediatric Practice & Vice-President, Health Services Research at Nationwide Children's Hospital and Professor, Health Services Management and Policy
- Eric Seiber, PhD – Professor; Director of the Center for HOPES, Health Services Management and Policy
This event is sponsored by the College of Public Health's Division of Health Services Management and Policy and a fund created by the Midland Life Insurance Company. If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Hope at Hope [dot] 18osu [dot] edu.