What’s Law Got to Do with It?: A Conversation About a Sustainable and Just Food System
On May 20, 2019, NYSHealth hosted a discussion on how to advance a more just and sustainable food system through legal services and how the clinic is working with clients on legal challenges and opportunities in this area.
“Can the VA and Community-Based Care Coexist?”
On May 14, 2019, NYSHealth hosted a veterans' health conference, "Can the VA and Community-Based Care Coexist?"
A Conversation About the Emerging Crisis of the Aged Homeless Population
On April 8, 2019, NYSHealth hosted a panel discussion about New York City’s aged homeless population.
A Conversation on Post-Acute Care and the Patient Perspective
Each year, approximately 1 in 5 hospital patients in the United States, including some 300,000 New Yorkers, require continued care following hospital stays for major surgery or serious illness. Yet too often, patients and their
A Conversation About the War on Immigrants: Detained and Denied
On January 24, 2018, NYSHealth hosted a panel discussion on the safety, rights, and health of immigrant detainees.
A Conversation with 2 Vets Upstate: Telling the Story of New York’s Veterans
On January 8, 2019, NYSHealth hosted a conversation with Andrea Goldstein and Roger Misso, two Navy veterans from New York and hosts of the 2 Vets Upstate podcast, for a discussion about the issues that upstate veterans face, resources available to them, and how we can better serve the needs of this community.