Q&A for People Who Care: Two Short Plays on Universal Health Coverage

A panel discussion with the audience after the performances of Born in the Ruins and The Pot, as part of the evening People Who Care: Two Short Plays on Universal Health Coverage produced by the World Health Organization and UHC 2030 at the Schimmel Theater, September 17th, 2019 at Pace University in New York City. The panel, the cast of the shows and the audience talk about their reactions to the plays, the issues around access to healthcare, and the relation between theater and health. The panel members are: Dr. Nisha Sajnani, NYU Drama Therapy Program, Dr. Rhonda Maneval, Associate Dean, College of Health Professions and School of Nursing, Pace University, Dr. Akihito Watabe, UHC 2030, Isabelle Wachsmuth, World Health Organization, Mac Rogers, Playwright of The Pot, and Christopher Bailey, World Health Organization and Co-Playwright of Born in the Ruins.

(note: Individuals’ opinions are entirely their own and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of WHO.)

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