Pushing Boundaries in Public Health: Precision, Prevention, and Entrepreneurship
Posted by University of Pennsylvania on October 9, 2017
Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 12:00 PM | Lunch Provided
Amado Recital Hall in Irvine Auditorium
Flaura Koplin Winston, MD PhD
Chair, Science & Medical Advisory Committee for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
How do we push boundaries in public health to improve health outcomes? What is “Precision Prevention” and how has it contributed to the dramatic public health achievements for children over the past 100 years? These questions will be addressed in a talk by Dr. Flaura Winston, Distinguished Chair of Pediatrics at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She will draw from her successes in the field of pediatric injury prevention, and describe a public health future that is built on a tiered risk framework -Precision Prevention – that goes beyond universal level interventions in order to meet the needs of those at highest risk. Throughout her talk, Dr. Winston will emphasize the importance of public health entrepreneurship to ensure successful and sustainable implementation.
Flaura Koplin Winston, MD PhD is an internationally recognized, Board-certified, practicing pediatrician, a doctorally-trained engineer, a public health researcher, Scientific Director of the Center for Injury Research and Prevention and Science, Director, National Science Foundation Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies, and Medical Advisor for Innovation at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and a professor of pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania.
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