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Romanchuk's office invited freshmen representatives and provided the meeting space, while OPHA officials put together handouts and provided information from other sources such as the APHA Public Health Action campaign, the Health Policy Institute of Ohio and the Network for Public Health Law.
Ruma is currently on the Board of the Health Policy Institute of Ohio and serves on the ProMedica Advocacy Committee and the University of Toledo Board of Visitors for the College of Health Science and Human Service.
For instance, researchers at the Health Policy Institute of Ohio project a deficit of more than 32,000 nurses in Ohio by 20201.
Eckardt has served as a Board officer of several national philanthropic groups, including Grantmakers In Health, Grantmakers In Aging, Funders Concerned about AIDS, the Grantmakers Evaluation Network and the Health Policy Institute of Ohio.
17 at Quest Business Centers in Polaris and co-hosted by the eHealth Initiative and the Health Policy Institute of Ohio (HPIO).