The Conservative Case for Investment in Public Health: A fireside chat and live Q&A with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb
December 1 @ 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
Since the pandemic began, at least 32 states have weakened government authority to protect public health. Hundreds of local and state public health leaders have resigned, retired, or been fired.
And while the federal government has spent billions to stem the pandemic, many public health agencies – already reeling from decades of cuts – lack the resources to handle routine but deadly crises such as drug addiction and sexually transmitted diseases, much less tackle systemic concerns about equity, access, and justice.
With the nation deeply divided, can we muster the political will to rebuild public health in the U.S.? Can we rally conservatives to the cause, despite their sharp concerns about government overreach? How much investment do we need? And where?
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD will take on these issues and more in a fireside chat with Meg Tirrell, CNBC’s senior health and science reporter.
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Michelle A. Williams (@HarvardChanDean)
Dean of Faculty
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Scott Gottlieb, MD (@ScottGottliebMD)
Former FDA Commissioner
Meg Tirrell (@MegTirrell)
Senior Health and Science Reporter, CNBC