All right. Good afternoon, everybody, and welcome to another edition of the Stanford Health Policy Forum. My name is Keith Humphreys. I chair the advisory group for the forum, which also includes Drs. Mary Goldstein Ann Arvin, Doug Owens, Dan Kessler, and Rob Kocher. We hold these events two or… Continue Reading Stanford Health Policy Forum: The Problem of Prescription Opioids

Thanks to everyone for coming, as well. So I wanted to talk a little bit about the introductions here to get us started. First and foremost, like Nora said, I’m a psychiatrist here at Stanford. I also work at the Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine, which is here on the… Continue Reading Nadia Haddad, MD, MS on a Practical, Holistic Approach to Stress & Wellness in a High Pressure World

And today’s feature presenter is Professor Banny Banerjee. Banny Banerjee is Professor of the Practice at the Stanford School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences. He is also the co-founder and director of Stanford Change Labs, and teaches design innovation and strategy at the Stanford D School. Before his academic… Continue Reading Stanford Webinar: System Innovation – Strategies for tackling complexity and scale

My name is Abraham. I’m a pharmacy resident at Stanford right now. Together with Eun, we’ve worked on this presentation about the potential benefits of herbal and dietary supplements. So first, I’ll give an overview about what the definition of an herbal or dietary supplement is. We’ll review some of… Continue Reading Potential Benefits of Herbal and Dietary Supplements