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Access to Universal Health Care: New Jersey, The Nation and The Globe - Pt 4

A conference by the Policy Research Institute for the Region (PRIOR) at Princeton University assembles individuals at the forefront of promoting and implementing universal health care in the state, as well as experts with knowledge of national and global practices Universal health care touches one of the deepest nerves running through public policy on state, national and international levels. In recent years, New Jersey has staged significant activity in this area, sparked by an engaged citizenry and proactive advocates in the various administrations, the legislature and the private sector. In addition, the 2008 presidential election has shined a spotlight on America's inadequacies regarding the provision of health care, which has sparked increased consideration of models from around the world. (Sep 12, 2008 at Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Sponsored by PRIOR) Pt 4 UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE IN THE NATION -- THE MASSACHUSETTS EXPERIENCE & OTHER STATEWIDE EFFORTS - Nancy Turnball, PhD, Associate Dean for Educational Policy, Harvard School of Public Health - Merrill Matthews, Jr., PhD, Director, Council for Affordable Health Insurance, Washington DC - Brian Rosman, Director of Research, Health Care for All
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