Scientific evidence is now coming to the forefront that addresses the prediction, prevention, causation, treatments and solutions of chronic health conditions and disabilities. Focused on providing solutions to some of healthcare’s most pressing needs, Transforming Children’s and Lifespan Health Outcomes will be the leader in providing the latest on the clinical treatments and scientific breakthroughs for children with special needs, disabilities and chronic health conditions. The Network will highlight the work of the most notable key opinion leaders and subject matter experts in a variety of areas and will have a global focus.
The series will begin airing on WebAble TV with its first program on July 30thth. The “pilot” will feature summaries of the types of topics the series will cover and expand upon in future broadcasts.
Invited presenters to the first segment are:
Dr. Jose Cordero (University of Georgia and Past Director of the National Center for Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities at the CDC)—The Principles of Transforming Healthcare by Improving Pregnancies and Birth Outcomes
Dr. Linda Birnbuam (Director of NIEHS)—Towards 2020: What are the Critical Environmental Health Challenges
Dr. Jeanne Conry (Ex-President of American College of OB/GYN) –Women’s Preventative Services Initiative.
Ken Cook (President of the Environmental Working Group)—Solutions provided by the Environmental Working Group and how common commercial products can affect our health.
Dr. Anthony Macherone (Agilent Technologies and Johns Hopkins University)—The role of the Exposome in curing chronic diseases
Dr. Sanjay Kapur (Ayumetrix, LLC)—The Future of Healthcare Testing and its implications for improving healthcare
David Humphrey (The Forum Institute)—Addressing the future of healthcare with sensible solutions
Glenn Snow (CEO and President of International Milk Bank)—Addressing the healthy development of infants.
Dr. Anna Ordonez (Deputy Director of the Office of Clinical Research at the National Institute of Mental Health) and others-- Panel discussion on the rise of mental illness in children and young adults and what can be done to address this.