Interdisciplinary Programming


The Center is an active partner in interdisciplinary health programing across campus‎:

Colloquium in Healthcare Leadership

Through the Colloquium in Healthcare Leadership, the Yale School of Management and Yale School of Medicine hold candid discussions with prominent leaders from public, private, and nonprofit healthcare organizations on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Beaumont Room at the Sterling Hall of Medicine (2nd Floor), 333 Cedar Street. Faculty and students from across the university are encouraged to attend.

 

ISPS Health Policy Seminars

The ISPS (Institution for Social and Policy Studies) Center for Health Policy holds monthly seminars in health policy. The seminars are interdisciplinary, drawing speakers from law, economics, medicine, and the policy world. The seminars generally take place on Wednesdays from 12:15 – 1:30 pm at ISPS (77 Prospect Street) in Room A001. Faculty and students from across the university are encouraged to attend. 

 

Yale School of Medicine Program for Biomedical Ethics Evening Seminar Series

The Yale Program for Biomedical Ethics holds an evening ethics seminar series throughout the year. Faculty and students from across the university are encouraged to attend.

Events and conferences at the cutting edge of health law and policy are held throughout the academic year, driven in part by the passions of interested students. Recent events have included both large addresses by and intimate conversations with current and former government officials, including FDA Commissioner Peggy Hamburg, former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and Senator Richard Blumenthal; academic debates over health law cases pending in the U.S. Supreme Court; major conferences focused on the changing business of health care and the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid; and panels focused on topics ranging from gun policy to abortion, medical ethics and social justice. The Center also hosts numerous career and networking events throughout the year.

Upcoming Events


February 2 Tuesday

Harvard-Yale COVID and the Law Forum: COVID-19’s Legacy & Evolving Legal Doctrines

12:00PM to 1:15PM

Online

Join us on February 2 for the first installment of COVID-19 and the Law: Disruption, Impact, and Legacy, a Harvard-Yale forum.

How have our institutions, including the structure of our health care system and its attendant regulations, affected the evolution of the pandemic? What lasting changes have legal responses to COVID-19 introduced? Which institutions and intersectional issues have worsened or complicated the impact of and response to the pandemic? Join us for a critical reflection on changes the pandemic has introduced and their anticipated legacy.

February 8 Monday

Racial Equity in Healthcare: Clinical and Historical Perspectives

12:00PM to 1:00PM

Online

Please join us for the kick-off event in our series exploring race and medine. This panel will center on clinical and and historical perspectives on racial equity in healthcare. All are welcome!

Panelists:

February 10 Wednesday

Senator Chris Murphy on The Violence Inside Us: A Book Talk about Gun Violence

5:00PM to 6:00PM

Online

Please join us for a discussion with Senator Chris Murphy on his recent book The Violence Inside Us: A Brief History of an Ongoing American Tragedy.

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The Violence Inside Us

Is America destined to always be a violent nation? This sweeping history by U.S. Senator Chris Murphy explores the origins of our violent impulses, the roots of our obsession with firearms, and the mythologies that prevent us from confronting our national crisis.

February 16 Tuesday

Harvard-Yale COVID and the Law Forum: What COVID-19 Teaches Us About Health Justice and the Path Forward

12:00PM to 1:15PM

Online

Join us on February 16 for the second installment of COVID-19 and the Law: Disruption, Impact, and Legacy, a Harvard-Yale forum.

This seminar series will consider the ethical, legal, regulatory, and broader social and institutional impacts that COVID-19 has had, as well as the longer-lasting effects it may have on our society. This second seminar in the series will focus on the impact of COVID-19 on the most vulnerable populations.

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February 17 Wednesday

ADA @ Yale: The Intersection of Accessibility and Aesthetics on Campus

12:00PM to 1:00PM

Online

The Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy invites you to join us for another installation in our the year-long series on The ADA @ 30. This panel will explore accessibilty on campus and beyond.

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February 23 Tuesday

Harvard-Yale COVID and the Law Forum: The Use of Biotech in the COVID-19 Pandemic

12:00PM to 1:15PM

Online

Join us on February 23 for the third installment of COVID-19 and the Law: Disruption, Impact, and Legacy, a Harvard-Yale Forum.

This seminar series will consider the ethical, legal, regulatory, and broader social and institutional impacts that COVID-19 has had, as well as the longer-lasting effects it may have on our society. This third seminar in the series will focus on the use of biotech in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Panelists

March 3 Wednesday

Harvard-Yale COVID and the Law Forum: The Disparate Burdens of COVID-19

12:00PM to 1:15PM

Online

Join us on March 3 for the fourth installment of COVID-19 and the Law: Disruption, Impact, and Legacy, a Harvard-Yale forum.

This seminar series will consider the ethical, legal, regulatory, and broader social and institutional impacts that COVID-19 has had, as well as the longer-lasting effects it may have on our society. This fourth seminar in the series will focus on role that social disparities and structural forces have played in the pandemic.

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March 16 Tuesday

Harvard-Yale COVID and the Law Forum: The Health Care System in the Age of COVID-19

12:00PM to 1:15PM

Online

Join us on March 16 for the final installment of COVID-19 and the Law: Disruption, Impact, and Legacy, a Harvard-Yale forum.

This seminar series will consider the ethical, legal, regulatory, and broader social and institutional impacts that COVID-19 has had, as well as the longer-lasting effects it may have on our society. This fifth seminar in the series will focus on how the health care system has reacted and evolved during the pandemic.

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