In this meeting of Vision 2065, we discussed our goals and reflected at the sine qua non of our goals. We looked at our list of 17 goals in a chart and saw how they were ranked, which also included the feasibility, cost, societal norm to change, and other factors that our goal would have to surpass and work with. We also talked about the importance of these goals, and how someone may think one goal is more important to another and that it could pertain to many aspects of health, we will take a survey online, to give our own views on the goals. From the discussions of the last meeting, we worked in our groups and condensed the amount of goals by combining some of the goals together, as some fell under others. Condensing the goals will allow us to expand the overall goal into branches that we can later define. (Ex. We want a completely clean and pure environment in the future, and this includes a 100% smoke-free environment, and the use of no cars). I really have enjoyed where we have came with these meetings, and clarifying the goals and defining them will no doubt allow us to hopefully present these goals so that they can be enacted in the future.
These post come from our student representatives to the 2065 Health Group