Social Determinants of Health: Nonmedical Interventions That Affect Population Health

Proceeds from the 2015 L.A. Policy Symposium

by Melissa Francisca Felician, Carlos Ignacio Gutierrez Gaviria, PhuongGiang Nguyen, Yan Wang

Video of the 9th Annual L.A. Policy Symposium, which was held on April 10, 2015. Now in its ninth year, the symposium is an event jointly hosted by Pardee RAND Graduate School, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC), Pepperdine University, and Claremont Graduate University. The core mission of the symposium is to bring together the best minds in the region to address the toughest policy problems through debate and collaboration. The theme for this year's event was "Social Determinants of Health: Nonmedical Interventions That Affect Population Health."


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