Topic: Healthcare Policy

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Keynotes: 4 Books: 5 Videos: 4

Shawn Achor

Former Harvard Professor, Positive Psychology Expert

Shawn Achor is New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Advantage and Before Happiness. His TED talk is one of the most popular, with over 11 million views. He has lectured or researched at over a third of the Fortune 100 and in 50 countries.

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Keynotes: 6 Books: 1 Videos: 2

Patrick Kennedy

Former United States Representative, Rhode Island; Co-Founder, One Mind and Founder, Kennedy Forum

The Honorable Patrick J. Kennedy is a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives and the nation’s leading political voice on mental illness, addiction, and other brain diseases.

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Keynotes: 5 Books: 3 Videos: 1

John Nance

Founding Board Member of the National Patient Safety Foundation, Aviation Analyst, Author, Veteran

For over 30 years, John has served as a leader and a pioneer in both aviation and medical safety and quality, and for the past 18 years he has become a familiar face to North American television audiences as the Aviation Analyst for ABC World News and Good Morning America.

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Keynotes: 4 Books: 1 Videos: 1

Partha Nandi

TV Show Host, Bestselling Author, Practicing Physician

The host of the EMMY Award Winning TV show Ask Dr. Nandi, Dr. Partha Nandi is a globally recognized physician, bestselling author, and dynamic keynote speaker. His approach blends traditional and unorthodox health principles from the East and West, delivering stunning results for both patients and organizations.

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Keynotes: 2 Books: 0 Videos: 0

David R. Williams

Professor of Public Health and Profess of African American Studies and Sociology at Harvard University

Dr. Williams is internationally recognized as a leading social scientist focused on social influences on health. His research has enhanced our understanding of the complex ways in which race, racism, socioeconomic status, stress, health behaviors and religious involvement can affect physical and mental health.

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