An award-winning podcast from Stanford's School of Medicine, 1:2:1 presents engaging conversations about how advances in health-care policy and biomedical research touch our lives. The podcast is hosted by Paul Costello, executive director of the School's communication office.
Dr. Keith Humphreys on Iraq's Mental Healthcare System
A conversation about Iraq's mental healthcare system with Keith Humphreys, a professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford School of Medicine. (August 11, 2008)
Dr. Stanley Falkow on a Life in Science
Dr. Stanley Falkow, the recipient of the 2008 Lasker-Koshland Award for Special Achievement in Medical Science, discusses a life spent in science. (September 17, 2008)
Dr. Marcia Stefanick on the Women's Heath Initiative Center
Marcia Stefanick discusses the Women's Health Initiative Center, which is now following about 3900 women, who participated in the WHI diet, hormone trials, calcium/vitamin trials, or a study of natural aging since 1995. (September 9, 2008)
Leon Pannetta on National Healthcare Reform
Leon Pannetta, former congressman and White House chief of staff to President Clinton, discusses the potential for national healthcare reform in light of the challenges facing the United States. (October 6, 2008)
Drew Altman on the Economic Crisis and Healthcare Reform
(October 6, 2008) Dr. Drew Altman, president and chief executive ofﬁcer of the Kaiser Family Foundation, discusses the economic crisis and what it means for healthcare reform in the United States.
Chris Dawes and Sherri Sager on California's Proposition 3
Chris Dawes, chief executive ofﬁcer of Lucille Packard Children's Hospital, and Sherry Sager, Packard's chief government relations ofﬁcer, discuss California Proposition 3. Proposition 3 is a childern's hospital bond act. (October 8, 2008)