The speakers include Fay Lomax Cook, of Northwestern University, Robert Hudson, of Boston University, Larry Polivka, the Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging and Robert Binstock, of Case Western Reserve University.. An Obama effect? Study of changes in participation, commitment and policy Time: Thursday, November 02 from 12:30 C. Location: Atlanta Marriott Marquis International Salon 9 and 10 The symposium will examine the extent to which affected the campaign and election of Barack Obama voting behavior and political participation of older Americans than younger age groups – and whether the policy of aging was changed.
Based on this new resource, CDC Lynda Anderson, chairman debate and dialogue session to 17:00ortance of community airports as a platform for access to and emphasize the use of clinical preventive services, to build bridges between community and clinical settings and health care reform. Other speakers include Bill Benson of Health Benefits ABCs; Terrie Wetle, of Brown University, Cheryl Matheis, AARP, and Edward Langston, ABFM the AMA Board of Trustees.
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