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Doctoral Faculty - Infant & Early Childhood Development - School of Psychology · Fielding Graduate University
Learn to use your powerful voice to advocate for services/funding/policies for infants/toddlers and families!
Chair of the Department of Nursing · Southern Utah University
Specializing in nursing education and educational processes, rural health and current issues in nursing and health care.
Chief Wellness Officer; Chair, Wellness Institute · Cleveland Clinic
Reveals how to stay fit, the right way to diet, and how to control your genes, choose the right supplements and keep the brain healthy
The Cleveland Clinic Experience in Bending the Cost Curve: How Social Media Has Buttressed Other Technologies Changing Health Caregiver Stress Top 12 Things You Can Do for Your Health Economics of Prevention
VP Business Development · Lillibridge Healthcare Services Inc.
Providing strategic solutions to hospitals and health systems to solve their real estate, facility, and capital challenges
Director · WHO Collaborating Center for Geriatric Nursing
Dr. Naegle is internationally known for program development, publications and implementation of policy in addiction and psychiatric nursing
Vice President · The Children's Medical Group PLLC
Funny, engaging speaker on children's health, medical missions, immunizations, medical economics, medical liability, & healthcare policy,
Head, Social Gerontology Center for Research · University of Haifa
Professor Lowenstein's research specializes in intergenerational family relations and caregiving
Professor of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics & Quintiles Chair in Pharmaceutical Development and Regulatory Innovation · USC School of Pharmacy
Darius Lakdawalla is a widely published, award-winning researcher and a leading authority in both health economics and health policy.
Managing Director and Professor for Gerontopsychology and Gerontology · Institute of Gerontology and Dynamics of Healthy Aging - Unviersity of Zurich
Dr. Mike Martin is professor for the Psychology of Aging and for Gerontology at University of Zurich.