Pandemic Resilience: Learning from Past Health Challenges in New York
Jan 28, 2021
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2021-01-28 16:00:002021-01-28 17:30:00America/New_YorkPandemic Resilience: Learning from Past Health Challenges in New YorkTo promote exciting visions for New York State post-COVID-19
Jan 28, 2021
1/28/21, 4pm - 5:30pm
To promote exciting visions for New York State post-COVID-19, the conversation will discuss how New York has experienced past health crises, including health justice and community experiences, and resulting innovations. What can we learn from past medical challenges and health crises? What are we learning from COVID-19 and what does that mean for building back better? How will rebuilding the state impact different communities, and where are there opportunities or challenges?
We will hear from community health leaders, medical historians, state archivists, and architecture and design experts from New York and whose work relates to the state.
-Prof. Sara Carr, Assistant Professor of Architecture, Northeastern University
-Dr. Howard Markel, Physician; Distinguished Professor of the History of Medicine, University of Michigan
-Vicki Weiss, Senior Librarian, New York State Library
Featuring members of the Reimagine NY Commission:
-Dr. Toyin Ajayi, Chief Health Officer, Cityblock Health
-Dr. Maurie McInnis, President, Stony Brook University (Moderator)
With remarks from:
-Eric Braverman, CEO, Schmidt Futures
-Lauren Moore, New York State Librarian
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