2020 Election Series: Policy, Movements and the Social Determinants of Health in the 2020 Election
Join Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy for their 2020 Election Series panel on “Policy, Movements, and The Social Determinants of Health in the 2020 Election.” This panel will explore how decisions by local, state and federal policymakers have impacted communities and underrepresented populations during the 2020 election cycle. It will cover topics including, but not limited to, the United States’ pandemic response, health care accessibility, recent protest movements and changing voter attitudes. The panel will also discuss the potential impacts of various election outcomes on health care disparities in the United States and what policies could help with recovery from the pandemic and the economic downturn.
CEO, Sebelius Resources L.L.C.; former Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services
Clyde W. Yancy, M.D.
Vice Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Chief of Cardiology in the Department of Medicine, and Magerstadt Professor, Northwestern University
Sara Wallace Goodman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Irvine
Senior Editor for Health Care, Bloomberg
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Political science advances our understanding of issues at the core of the upcoming elections, including democratic institutions and norms, voting behavior, and civic engagement. APSA’s Democracy 2020 Project brings together APSA’s work around these issues and highlights election events, public scholarship, ungated journal articles, teaching resources, and engagement opportunities. For more events, research, and teaching resources around the 2020 election visit the APSA’s Democracy 2020 Project.
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