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In the November
2017 issue
From the President  |  Program Updates
Publications |  Upcoming Events
Member Spotlight |  Support the NAM
From the President

Last month, we hosted our 47th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. We had record attendance this year, and I enjoyed reconnecting with many of our members, whose dedication to improving the health of our nation continues to inspire me. 

This year's scientific program, titled “Developmental Neurosciences: Do We Know Enough to Prevent or Reverse Major Behavioral Disorders?,” was a fascinating exploration of the underlying biology of disorders like schizophrenia, bipolar, anxiety, autism, addiction, and more, as well as existing medical and social interventions and promising developments on the horizon. We were honored to host Dr. Cori Bargmann, Professor at Rockefeller University and recently appointed president of Chan Zuckerberg Science, as our keynote speaker. I encourage you to take a look at Dr. Bargmann's presentation

This year’s President’s Forum on the US Opioid Epidemic was also one of the meeting’s high points. I led an intensive discussion among an expert panel that included Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Judge Steve Leifman, and US Surgeon General Jerome Adams about the challenges and options before us. It was energizing to see the shared sense of urgency and openness to new solutions among state and federal policy makers and leaders on the front lines of this crisis. 

We couldn't have asked for a better weekend to revitalize for the year ahead. We have a lot of work to do and I look forward to working with many of you as we continue to address critical issues in health and medicine. 

Warmest wishes for a restful holiday season and a healthy and productive new year. 

--Victor J. Dzau, MD
President, National Academy of Medicine

Program Updates
New Special Publication on Optimizing Clinical Decision Support 

Earlier this month, the NAM released a new special publication, Optimizing Strategies for Clinical Decision Support. This publication identifies the need for a continuously learning health system driven by the seamless and rapid generation, processing, and practical application of the best available evidence for clinical decision-making, and lays out a series of actionable collaborative next steps to optimize strategies for adoption and use of clinical decision support.

Download the Special Publication >>
Local Artists Featured in "Visualize Health Equity" Exhibition in Washington, DC

Earlier this month, the NAM hosted its first pop-up art exhibition as part of its Culture of Health program. The exhibition featured artwork from artists around the country to illustrate how communities understand health equity and solutions that promise a brighter, healthier future. 

Thirty pieces of art were selected based on the insight each piece brought to the subject of health equity, as well as artistic impact. The collection included visual and nonvisual art, such as music, creative writing, paintings, drawings, and spoken word. 

Additional artwork was selected to appear in a permanent online gallery, which is now available online. Browse the full gallery here and join our listerv for more updates from the Culture of Health program. 
Diane Meier Receives Lienhard Award for Driving Awareness and Adoption of Palliative Care Services in the United States

For her leading role in driving awareness and adoption of palliative care services in the United States, the NAM awarded the Gustav O. Lienhard Award for Advancement of Health Care to Diane Meier, professor of geriatrics and palliative medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York City. The award, which recognizes Meier’s achievements with a medal and $40,000, was presented to her at the National Academy of Medicine’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Read more >>
Joseph Coyle, Catherine Lord, and Matthew State Receive Sarnat Prize for Outstanding Achievements in Improving Mental Health

Last month, the NAM awarded the 2017 Rhoda and Bernard Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health to Joseph Coyle, whose research laid the foundation for integrating neuroscience and clinical psychiatry and shifted psychiatry’s emphasis toward empirically based brain research; and to the team of Catherine Lord and Matthew State, whose work revolutionized the study of autism and related neuropsychiatric disorders. Read more >> 
Howard University Team Wins Grand Prize in 2017 DC Public Health Case Challenge

Howard University's team won the top honor at this year's DC Public Health Case Challenge for their multi-faceted and multi-level intervention that proposed providing staff training and certification opportunities to unlicensed child care providers and supporting parents as an entry point for tackling exposure to both lead and adverse childhood experiences.

American University, Georgetown University, and George Washington University also received prizes for their responses to this year's challenge: "Lead and Adverse Childhood Experiences: Neurological and Behavioral Consequences for Youth in the District of Columbia." Student teams from the Washington, DC, area were asked to develop solutions with a hypothetical $2 million budget. Read more >>
2017 Annual Meeting Recap

Videos of presentations during the scientific program of the 2017 NAM Annual Meeting - "Developmental Neuroscience: Do We Know Enough to Prevent or Reverse Major Behavioral Disorders?" - are now available. Video playlist >>

Slide presentations are also available on the meeting homepage.

Five Health Professionals Named 2017 National Academy of Medicine Fellows

The NAM has selected five outstanding health professionals for the class of 2017 NAM Fellows. They were chosen based on their professional qualifications and accomplishments, reputations as scholars, and relevance of current field expertise to the work of the NAM and the Health and Medicine Division of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. The Class of 2017 NAM Fellows includes the following individuals:  

American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) Fellow
Mahshid Abir, M.D., M.Sc., assistant professor, department of emergency medicine, University of Michigan; and director, acute care research unit, Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Gilbert S. Omenn Fellow
Ellen Eaton, M.D., assistant professor of infectious diseases, department of medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Greenwall Fellow in Bioethics
Neal Dickert, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor, division of cardiology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta

James C. Puffer, M.D./American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) Fellow
Tammy Chang, M.D., M.P.H., M.S., assistant professor, department of family medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Norman F. Gant/American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) Fellow
Ebony Boyce Carter, M.D., M.P.H., assistant professor, department of obstetrics and gynecology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis


2018 Call for Applications Opens January 3 for the FDA Tobacco Regulatory Science Fellowship

The next Call for Applications for the FDA Tobacco Regulatory Science Fellowship will open on January 3, 2018

This program is a 12-month, paid fellowship at the FDA Center for Tobacco Products (CTP) for mid-career professionals from various disciplines, including health communication and education, public policy, research, law, public administration, business administration, science, and compliance.  Opportunities are available in the following areas within the CTP in Maryland: Compliance and Enforcement, Health Communication and Education, Management, Policy, Regulations, and Science. Learn more >>
More NAM News >>
NAM Perspectives

Perspectives are expert commentaries and discussion papers by leading voices in health and health care. Subscribe to receive new Perspectives as soon as they're released. 

It's Time to Harmonize Clinical Trial Site Standards by Johnston et al

The Role of Accreditation in Achieving the Quadruple Aim by Cox et al

Social Determinants of Health 101 for Health Care: Five Plus Five by Sanne Magnan

More Perspectives >>

Featured Report from the National Academies

The organ donation and transplantation system strives to honor the gift of donated organs by fully using those organs to save and improve the quality of the lives of their recipients. While most related research to date has focused on improving transplantation processes and health outcomes for recipients, the field of organ donor intervention research looks at ways to enhance the quality and increase the quantity of organs that can be recovered from deceased donors and then successfully transplanted.

With support from an array of organizations, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine assembled an expert panel to examine the ethical, legal, regulatory, policy, and organizational issues related to U.S research involving deceased organ donors. The resulting report offers recommendations for conducting organ donor intervention research in a way that maintains high ethical standards, that ensures dignity and respect for deceased organ donors and their families, that provides transparency and information for transplant candidates who might receive a research organ, and that supports and sustains the public’s trust in the process of organ donation and transplantation. Read more >>
Upcoming Events
Documentary & Discussion: The New Barbarianism

December 18, 2017 | Washington, DC

Health care and humanitarian workers are increasingly in the crosshairs as hospitals and aid centers have become part of the battlefield in today’s wars. A profound surge of violence in Syria and other conflict zones has around the world has claimed thousands of lives, destroyed regional health systems, triggered mass displacement and state collapse — and exposed an international humanitarian crisis.

The National Academy of Medicine will host a free documentary screening and discussion featuring The New Barbarianism, a CSIS Global Health Policy Center original feature. Register >>

Save the Date! Clinician Well-Being Lunchtime Webinar

February 2, 2018 | Webinar 

On February 2, 2018, the National Academy of Medicine's Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience will host a lunchtime webinar to release several resources and provide a first look at an online repository aimed at providing users with resources related to clinician burnout and promising solutions to promote clinician well-being. 

Webinar speakers will give an overview of these new resources and will provide updates on the work of the Action Collaborative. Registration for this webinar will open in December 2017. Join our listserv to be notified when registration opens. 
Urbanization and Slums: New Transmission Pathways of Infectious Disease in the Built Environment

December 12, 2017 | Washington, DC

On December 12, 2017, the Forum on Microbial Threats will host a workshop aimed at describing the current state of science of the formation, function, and interactions of microbial communities in the urban built environment that impact human health and innovative strategies for creating sustainable and health-promoting urban built environments. Learn more >>
Improving Cancer Diagnosis and Care: Patient Access to Oncologic Imaging and Pathology Expertise and Technology 

February 12, 2018 | Washington, DC

The National Cancer Policy Forum will hold a public workshop on February 12-13, 2018 to examine strategies to ensure that patients have access to appropriate oncologic pathology and imaging expertise and technologies to inform their cancer diagnosis, treatment planning, assessment of treatment response, and oncologic surveillance. Register >>
More Events >>
Member Spotlight
National Academy of Medicine Elects 80 New Members

Last month, the NAM announced the election of 70 regular members and 10 international members during its annual meeting. Election to the NAM is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service. View the list of new members >>
Support the NAM
Don’t Let December 31st Sneak Up On You!
There are just a few more weeks to make a tax deductible contribution in support of the NAM Annual Fund this year.  
A vibrant culture of philanthropy will be essential to implementing new projects to achieve the goals of NAM’s new strategic plan. By building on our core scientific advisory funding, the plan adds an emphasis on health equity and highlights a global focus in addition to our longstanding domestic charge. Join your fellow members by making a gift today to support new projects that seek solutions to issues ranging from addressing the national opioid crisis, to harnessing the opportunity our aging population presents. Your support will truly make a difference.
If you would like to make a simple and secure gift to support the NAM, visit or call 202.334.2431 to make a gift today. If you would like to make a gift of stock, please provide these instructions to your broker. Our great thanks for all that you make possible.    

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