NAHIC was represented by senior faculty Drs. Claire Brindis and Charles E. Irwin Jr. at the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and National Research Council conference held in Washington, D.C. in May 2013. The focus of the workshop was “Improving the Health, Safety, and Well-Being of Young Adults.”
To view recordings of their presentations, please click here. PDF versions of Dr. Brindis’s presentation, “A Changing Landscape: Overview and Cross-Cutting Themes,” and Dr. Irwin’s, “Access and Utilization of Health Care by Young Adults,” available by clicking the links. If you would like PowerPoint versions of the presentations, please contact us.
The workshop webpage, www.iom.edu/youngadults, contains an interactive infographic, with facts, themes, and several short video clips from the workshop. The report can be downloaded for free, and paperback copies are also available. This workshop represents the first phase of a three-year consensus study.
August 4, 2014
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