1:00 Welcome and Introduction – Farr Curlin, MD

2:00 The Role of Religion/Spirituality in Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Adherence to Blood Pressure Medications: For God and for Pharma? – Macarius Donneyong, PhD, MPH; Respondent – Neha Pagidipati, MD, MPH

3:00 Break

3:30 Pharmaceuticals and the Commodification of Risk: Implication in the Prevention and Treatment of Illness – Dima M Qato, PharmD, PhD, MPH; Respondent – Aaron McKethan, PhD

4:30 Does Preventive Medicine Undermine Clinical Wisdom? Risk Management, Artificial Intelligence, and the Problem of Prudence – Paul Scherz, PhD; Respondents – Michael Pencina, PhD and Warren Kinghorn, MD, ThD

5:30 Break and Dinner

6:15 Why We Should Be Skeptical That Preventive Medicine Strategies Are Good Medicine – Nortin Hadler, MD, MACP, MACR, FACOEM; Respondent – Kevin Weinfurt, PhD

7:30 Close