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Patient-centered comparative effectiveness research is critical for health care decision making, but few understand its significance or development process.
The United States and the world face a continued risk of chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear attacks or a natural disease pandemic.
The most recent election highlighted our country’s deep political, economic and culture divides. Yet despite these differences, our government must continue to function.
Join us for a webcast discussion on the current vetting system for visa holders and refugees, and what additional vetting measures could prove helpful and feasible in the future.
As the administration pushes forward with potential changes to NAFTA, what might be the impact on energy trade across North America?
Task Force members will discuss their recommendations for reforming the personnel system so the military can better meet the security demands of the future.
The future of the financial regulatory structure built through the Dodd-Frank Act and other post-crisis reforms is suddenly on the table.
Though the dust continues to settle from the divisive general election, hope for unity and optimism endures with the election of 52 new members in the United States House of Representatives.