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Podcasts and program notes from Research!America events

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Podcasts and program notes from Research!America events

    2009 Garfield Economic Impact Award

    2009 Garfield Economic Impact Award

    Tuesday, October 13 12-1:30 pm U.S. Chamber of Commerce Washington, DC Part 1 The Honorable John Edward Porter Board Chair, Research!America Eugene Garfield, PhD Award benefactor, Research!America Board Member Part 2 James Madara, MD Former CEO, University of Chicago Medical Center, Award Benefactor Part 3 Darius Lakdawalla, PhD Lead author of the award-winning publication, "U.S. Pharmaceutical Policy in a Global Marketplace" Mark McClellan, MD, PhD Research!America Board Member, Garfield Award Selection Committee Chair Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Part 10 Part 11 Panel discussion and Q&A moderated by: David Leonhardt New York Times "Economic Scene" columnist and The Times Magazine staff writer Part 12 Mary Woolley President, Research!America

    2009 National Forum: Science in the Service of the Nation

    2009 National Forum: Science in the Service of the Nation

    Tuesday, March 24, 2009 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. National Press Club Washington, DC Part 1: Opening remarks by Research!America president & CEO Mary Woolley Keynote address by Research!America board chairman, The Honorable John Edward Porter Part 2: Introduction of moderator Clive Crook, senior editor, The Atlantic by Mary Woolley Panel 1: Science in the Service of America's Global Image Richard Besser, MD, acting director, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionNancy Glass, PhD, MPH, RN, associate professor, The Johns Hopkins University School of NursingPatricia Murphy, director, Office of International Health and Biodefense, Bureau of Oceans, Environment and Science, U.S. State DepartmentChris Viehbacher, CEO, sanofi-aventisPart 3: Panel 2: Science in the Service of the Economy and America's Health Carolyn Clancy, MD, director, Agency for Healthcare Research and QualityRaynard Kington, MD, PhD, acting director, National Institutes of HealthDebra Lappin, JD, senior vice president, B&D Consulting, LLCBill Peck, MD, director, Center for Health Policy, Washington University School of Medicine Closing remarks by Mary Woolley

    Research Partners Forum: Partnerships in Global Health Research- A Bridge to the World

    Research Partners Forum: Partnerships in Global Health Research- A Bridge to the World

    Wednesday, December 8, 200810:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.City Club of San Francisco Please note: We apologize for the slight gaps in the audio. We are aware of the problem and working to resolve it. Part 1:Opening remarks by Dial Hewlett Jr., MD, FACP, FIDSA, senior director, Medical Lead for Academic Medicine, U.S. External Medical Affairs, Medical Division, Pfizer Inc. Part 2:Poll Highlights by Mary Woolley, president and CEO, Research!America Part 3: Remarks on the University of California School of Global Health by Haile T. Debas, MD, executive director, UCSF Global Health Sciences; Maurice Galante Distinguished Professor of Surgery; Dean Emeritus, School of Medicine; Vice Chancellor Emeritus, Medical Affairs; Chancellor Emeritus, University of California, San Francisco Part 4: Introduction of Moderator by Stephen M. Shortell, PhD, MPH, MBA, dean, professor of organization behavior, Blue Cross of California Distinguished Professor Health Policy and Management, University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health. Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8: Research Partners Forum moderated by Betty Ann Bowser, health correspondent, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. Panelists:Joe Cerrell, director, Global Health Policy and Advocacy, Gates FoundationHaile T. Debas, MD, executive director, UCSF Global Health Sciences; Maurice Galante Distinguished Professor of Surgery; Dean Emeritus, School of Medicine; Vice Chancellor Emeritus, Medical Affairs; Chancellor Emeritus, University of California, San FranciscoCharles Knirsch, MD, MPH, vice president and site head, Global Medical Research and Development, Pfizer Inc.Carmen J. Portillo, RN, PhD, professor and interim chair, Department of Community Health Systems, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco; ambassador, Paul G. Rogers Society for Global Health ResearchArt Reingold, MD, professor and Epidemiology Division head, associate dean for research, associate director, Center for Global Public Health, University of California, Berkeley School of Public HealthStephen M. Shortell, PhD, MPH, MBA, dean, professor of organization behavior, Blue Cross of California Distinguished Professor Health Policy and Management, University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health.Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13: Keynote Remarks by Julie Louise Gerberding, MD, MPH, director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Your Candidates-Your Health Post-Election Meeting

    Your Candidates-Your Health Post-Election Meeting

    10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. AAAS Auditorium, Washington, DC Keynote addresses by the Honorable John E. Porter and Bart Moore of the National Journal Show Notes: Part 1 Welcoming remarks by Alan Leshner, Ph.D., CEO of AAAS Keynote address by the Honorable John E. Porter, "New Congress, New Administration: New Possibilities"Partner Thanks by Mary Woolley, President of Research!America Part 2Your Candidates Your Health 2008 Report by Stacie Propst, Ph.D., Vice President of Science Policy and Outreach, Research!America Part 3Keynote address by Bart Moore of the National Journal, "Communicating with the New Congress" Part 4Q & APartner Comments Closing Remarks

    Presidential Health and Economic Policy Discussion

    Presidential Health and Economic Policy Discussion

    10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The Newseum, Washington, DC Moderator: David Leonhardt, New York Times For John McCain 2008: Ike Brannon, PhD For Barack Obama 2008: Tim Westmoreland, JD From left to right: Ike Brannon, David Leonhardt, Tim Westmoreland, and Mary Woolley Show notes: Part 1: Introductory remarks by the Honorable John E. PorterIntroductory remarks by Research!America President Mary WoolleyPart 2: What are your thoughts on removing the exclusion for employer-based health insurance (i.e. making them no longer deductible for employers), and the tax credit proposed by McCain?Teasing out the numbers- what is wrong with the following argument: “the McCain plan will provide $5,000 per family, but the typical family plan costs $12,000, so this will be a tax increase”?Part 3: For Brannon: Health Affairs critiqued the McCain plan by saying that if the growth in premiums continues to increase at the same rate as the last decade, 5 million more people would be uninsured over the next 5 years. How would you address this?Part 4: For Westmoreland: the cornerstone of the McCain plan is to reduce waste in health care. Health Affairs claims Obama’s plan does not address the core economic incentives that drive health care spending. This omission raises serious questions about fiscal sustainability. Is it sustainable to expand coverage without reducing costs?There are two ways to look at the NIH budget over the last ~50 years: the big picture view shows a steady increase; alternatively, there has not been a sufficient investment in research in recent years, and we are now moving backwards. Which view do you take? In real terms, what should we expect the NIH budget to be at the end of a second term (2016)?Part 5: How could we make that money more cost-effective, and eliminate waste in the current system?What are your thoughts on the current administrations approach to science and scientific integrity? How would the McCain or Obama approach differ?Part 6: (Audience question): McCain has talked about freezing Medicare spending. This would aggravate situation for doctors who already experience reduction in payments for treating patients on Medicare. Wouldn’t this essentially reduce coverage?(Audience question): concern within universities about science pipeline. We’ve all seen the NAS report, Rising Above the Gathering Storm; what are the campaigns doing to address this workforce shortage and global competitiveness?(Audience question): With regards to discretionary freezing that McCain has proposed—would science agencies be exempt? (Audience question): What are each of the campaigns doing to increase human capital plans to improve STEM teaching?

    Garfield Economic Impact Award Luncheon

    Garfield Economic Impact Award Luncheon

    October 14, 2008 12:25 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The Newseum, Washington, DC 2008 Eugene Garfield Economic Impact of Medical and Health Research Award Luncheon From left to right: Mark McClellan, Eugene Garfield, Amitabh Chandra, and Douglas Staiger Show notes: The audio for the 2008 Garfield Award luncheon is in nine parts. Please click the links below to listen to the speakers. Welcoming Remarks The Honorable John Edward Porter Eugene Garfield, PhD Mary Woolley Partner Remarks Kevin White, PhD Keynote Address David Leonhardt Introduction of Award Winners Mark McClellan MD, PhD Presentation of "Productivity Spillovers in Health Care: Evidence from the Treatment of Heart Attacks" Amitabh Chandra, PhD & Douglas O. Staiger, PhD Q&A Award winners Chandra & Staiger Closing Remarks Mary Woolley

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