Health Policy Seminars
Stanford Health Policy hosts a series of Health Policy Seminars, at which the centers' faculty, affiliates and invited guests discuss their research on a relevant health policy or health services research topic. Free and open to the public, the seminars are interactive forums at which attendees may ask questions and offer input on the research being discussed. The seminars are off-the-record, and any information on our website about each talk or items discussed in the seminars are embargoed until the research has been published in a journal.
The seminars are held the Stanford Health Policy Conference Room (117 Encina Commons, Room 119). All the seminars are also hybrid so that people may also join on Zoom.
Past Research in Progress Seminars have featured topics like the healthcare costs of obesity, the effects of insurance mandates on infertility treatments and outcomes; case studies of multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis, universal healthcare vouchers to pay for medical care, creating a culture of safety in U.S. hospitals, and family planning.
All the health policy seminars are off-the-record. Any information about methodology and/or results are embargoed until publication.