Established in 1986, the Michigan Health Policy Forum is a series of seminars that provide nationally recognized speakers on current health policy topics and relate these issues to Michigan. The Forum was established by an informal group of policy stakeholders from the executive and legislative branches of government (bipartisan), health organizations from the community, and University health professions colleges.

Michigan State University has served as the convener and administrator for the Forum. An Advisory Board with representatives from MSU Colleges of Human Medicine, Nursing, and Osteopathic Medicine, as well as stakeholders representing statewide constituencies meet on a regular basis to determine key health policy issues and potential speakers for forum sessions. The purpose of the forums is to provide state policymakers with a non-partisan opportunity to receive timely and accurate information on current health policy issues.

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MHPF to be held November 9, 2015

The next Michigan Health Policy Forum will be held on November 9, 2015 in the Kellogg Center on the campus of Michigan State University. The topic, pursuant to growing audience requests, will be "social determinants of health". Dr. Gail Christopher, Vice President for Program Strategy for the W. K. Kellogg Foundation will be the keynote speaker.

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