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October 22, 2020

2020 Virtual Public Policy Event

Where:

Online on October 22 from 6:00PM to 7:30PM

 

What:

Going Public
Your Safety and Health in Michigan during COVID-19

 

Who:

Barbara L. McQuade, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, will share her perspective on how police reforms that were part of a consent agreement between the City of Detroit and the U.S. Department of Justice addressed issues still confronting many other cities.

Public health experts will discuss issues and share solutions related to Michigan’s ability to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and lessons learned that should shape future public policy.

The panel of public health experts will include:

  • Dr. Renée Branch Canady, Chief Executive Officer of Michigan Public Health Institute (invited)
  • Phyllis D. Meadows, Senior Fellow in the Health Program – The Kresge Foundation
  • Marianne Udow-Phillips, Founding Executive Director – Center for Health Research Transformation (CHRT) at the University of Michigan
  • Dennis Paradis, Executive Director of the Michigan Health Policy Forum at the Michigan State University Institute for Health Policy
  • Rep. Hank Vaupel, Chair of the Michigan House Health Policy Committee, District 47

Sponsorships still available. Contact Annie Burns at aburns@crcmich.org or 248-840-2554.

The Directors and staff of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan invite you to our annual event that has been made virtual this year.

Keeping with the mission of the Citizens Research Council, the event focuses on public policy in Michigan. Two public policy issues have risen to the forefront in 2020: public health and public safety. To address these issues we have assembled a panel of public health experts and invited Barbara L. McQuade, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, to share her perspective on how police reforms that were part of a consent agreement between the City of Detroit and the U.S. Department of Justice addressed issues still confronting many other cities.

October 22, 2020

2020 Virtual Public Policy Event

Where:

Online on October 22 from 6:00PM to 7:30PM

 

What:

Going Public
Your Safety and Health in Michigan during COVID-19

 

Who:

Barbara L. McQuade, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, will share her perspective on how police reforms that were part of a consent agreement between the City of Detroit and the U.S. Department of Justice addressed issues still confronting many other cities.

Public health experts will discuss issues and share solutions related to Michigan’s ability to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and lessons learned that should shape future public policy.

The panel of public health experts will include:

  • Dr. Renée Branch Canady, Chief Executive Officer of Michigan Public Health Institute (invited)
  • Phyllis D. Meadows, Senior Fellow in the Health Program – The Kresge Foundation
  • Marianne Udow-Phillips, Founding Executive Director – Center for Health Research Transformation (CHRT) at the University of Michigan
  • Dennis Paradis, Executive Director of the Michigan Health Policy Forum at the Michigan State University Institute for Health Policy
  • Rep. Hank Vaupel, Chair of the Michigan House Health Policy Committee, District 47

Sponsorships still available. Contact Annie Burns at aburns@crcmich.org or 248-840-2554.

The Directors and staff of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan invite you to our annual event that has been made virtual this year.

Keeping with the mission of the Citizens Research Council, the event focuses on public policy in Michigan. Two public policy issues have risen to the forefront in 2020: public health and public safety. To address these issues we have assembled a panel of public health experts and invited Barbara L. McQuade, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, to share her perspective on how police reforms that were part of a consent agreement between the City of Detroit and the U.S. Department of Justice addressed issues still confronting many other cities.


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