Recordings of Past Events

Grand Rounds: The Prevention Agenda and NYS Health Care Reforms
Jo Ivey Boufford

Jo Ivey Boufford discusses the health care reforms in the state of New York.

Urban Food Policy Forum: New Opportunities for Improving Food within NYCHA Communities

To many planners and health advocates, the NYCHA community is well-positioned for food innovation, which has led to the development of several public/private initiatives encompassing urban agriculture, good food entrepreneurship, and increased quality and quantity of food retail outlets.

Grand Rounds: Metals and Cardiovascular Disease
Ana Navas-Acien

Ana Navas-Acien discusses the relationship between metals and cardiovascular disease, and opportunities for disease prevention.

Urban Food Policy Forum: Food Systems and Regional Planning

With food playing such a pivotal role in the life of cities, planners are increasingly looked upon to take more of a central and active part in shaping the urban food environment. This forum looks at ways this is happening in New York City.

Grand Rounds: Toward a Unified Methodology of Study Design and Statistical Analysis
Donna Spiegelman

Toward a Unified Methodology of Study Design and Statistical Analysis for Causal Inference in Implementation Science

Out in the Rural
Thomas Ward, Dr. Jack Geiger

Out in the Rural: A Mississippi Health Center and Its War on Poverty. A seminar celebrating the publication of this book, featuring the author, Thomas Ward, and special guest, Dr. Jack Geiger.

Food Benefits and the Health of Immigrants
Anabel Perez-Jimenz, Nicholas Freudenberg

Grand Rounds: Taming Wicked Problems
Jonathan Aitken

Jonathan Aitken discusses how design thinking can contribute to solving some of the most difficult issues in healthcare.

Grand Rounds: Enigmas of Health and Disease
Alfredo Morabia

Alfredo Morabia discusses how epidemiology helps unravel scientific mysteries.

Grand Rounds: School Lunch for All
Janet Poppendieck