38th Annual Minority Health Conference


38th Annual
Minority Health
Conference

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Endorsed by:
(Link to Lecture slides will appear here when they become available)
(Link to Lecture slides will appear here when they become available)
Conference co-chairs
Marisa Martini, Masters student
Jani Radhakrishnan, Masters student
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“Systems of Power: Recalling our Past, Restructuring our Future”


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FEATURING

19th Annual William T. Small, Jr. Keynote Lecture

Fighting for Health Equity in a Time of Fear
by Chandra L. Ford, MLIS, MPH, PhD
  (About Dr. Ford)

5th Annual Victor J. Schoenbach Keynote Lecture
Health Disparities, Community Health, and Our Carceral Society
by Robert E. Fullilove, Ed.D.
  (About Dr. Fullilove)

Closing Keynote Lecture
Translating Indigeneous Knowledge in the Academy: Rebalancing Systems of Power
by Amy Locklear Hertel, MSW, JD, PhD
  (About Dr. Hertel)     (Lecture slides)

February 24, 2017
The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education,
Chapel Hill, NC
(directions)

William T. Small, Jr. Keynote Lecture was webcast
followed by live questions and discussion

 
“I’ve only been able to “attend” the webcast of these lectures. Yet, every year the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health Minority Health Conference webcast and its associated website have been among the most informative and useful events/resources I access during the year.” (Alice Furumoto-Dawson, Jan 2006)
                                                            Read more webcast viewer comments

“The annual Minority Health Conference is really a phenomenal undertaking, especially coming from an institution that has epitomized excellence in the teaching and practice of epidemiology in the US and beyond.” (Anbesaw Selassie, Feb 2008)
                                                            Read more webcast viewer comments from past broadcasts

“Dr Fullilove's inspiring presentation was evidence of his extensive community advocacy. His application of interdisciplinary methods toward solving public health problems resonated with the work that we do at Duke Center for Community Research (DCCR). Unlike other years we did not experience any technical difficulties with the webcast and are most grateful for the UNC conference for continuing these important dialogues." Barbara Gregory, MPH, MA (2010)
                                                            Read more webcast viewer comments from past broadcasts
 

The 38th Annual Minority Health Conference is presented by the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health Minority Student Caucus [website] in collaboration with the

  NC Institute for Public Health [website]
  Dean’s Office [website] 

The broadcast of the 19th Annual William T. Small, Jr. Keynote Lecture is presented with the assistance of the Minority Health Project [website] in collaboration with Instructional Media Services [website] and produced by O.J. McGhee (award nominations UMA EIM).


More Links

About the Annual Minority Health Conference
(and information on previous conferences)
Minority Student Caucus
About Dean William T. Small, Jr.
Minority health-related links at UNC and elsewhere
National Health Equity Research Webcast
Minority Health Project

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Last updated: 1/13/2015, 9/13/2015, 3/3,7/2017 by Vic Schoenbach