The Clinton Foundation's Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) presented a two-part meeting on the nation's fastest growing drug problem – prescription drug misuse and abuse.
On the afternoon of May 13, marking the one year anniversary of President Clinton's announcement of the Foundation's intent to address prescription drug misuse, CHMI joined JHSPH in Baltimore for a town hall focused on the application of evidence to inform action. The event brought together thought leaders from around the country to join the conversation and contribute their energy, ideas, and resources for scalable solutions.
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About the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Founded in 1916 as part of the Johns Hopkins University, the Bloomberg School of Public Health is the world's oldest and largest independent school of public health. Every day, the Bloomberg School works to keep millions safe from illness and injury around the world.