Announcing the

2002 Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health

JUNE  17 - 21,  2002;   1:30 - 4:30pm EDT
(Begins at 10:30am PDT, 11:30am MDT, 12:30pm CDT)

Keynote speaker:  Oscar A. Barbarin, III, Ph.D.
L. Richardson and Emily Preyer Bicentennial Distinguished Professor for Strengthening Families
Senior Investigator, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center
School of Social Work
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.

Institute links

Final report on the 2002 Videoconference (word document)
Final report on the 2001 Videoconference (html)

    Final report on the 2001 Videoconference (word document)

The 2002 Institute and Videoconference are presented by the UNC School of Public Health Minority Health Project (UNC Program on Ethnicity, Culture, and Health Outcomes) and Center for Health Statistics Research, and the Morgan State University Drug Abuse Research Program. Funding is provided by the CDC National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention, the CDC National Center for Health Statistics, the CDC National Center for Infectious Diseases Office of Minority and Women's Health, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Miriam Thomas introducing the 2000 Videoconference

    2002 institute home page
    Continuing Education Credits
    Credits and acknowledgements
    Find a downlink site in your area
    Objectives, intended audience, policies
    Participant evaluation forms
Pre-register to attend the Institute at UNC-CH
    Videoconference materials
    Webcast of the opening & keynote lectures

Links for downlink sites: 
Site facilitator's evaluation
    General information
    Information for site facilitators

    Downlink agreement
Register a satellite downlink site
    Publicity flyer (620 kb word doc)
    Daily attendance form (33 kb word doc)

Other links: 
    Previous Videoconferences in this series
    Final report on the 2001 Videoconference
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