11th Annual SPHRIMH

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Program for Ethnicity, Culture, and Health Outcomes (ECHO)

12th Annual
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Does Racism Make Us Sick?
13th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute
and Videoconference on Minority Health
June 25, 2007, 2:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
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  • Luisa N. Borrell, D.D.S.,Ph.D (webpage), Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and College of Dentistry, and Site Director, Kellogg Scholars for Health Disparities (webpage)
  • Gilbert C. Gee, Ph.D. (webpage), Department of Health Behavior and Health Education, University of Michigan School of Public Health (webpage)
  • Karina L. Walters, M.S.W., Ph.D. (webpage), Director, Indigenous Wellness Research Institute (webpage) and William P. and Ruth Gerberding Endowed University Professor, University of Washington School of Social Work (webpage)
  • David R. Williams, Ph.D., M.P.H. (Harvard Magazine)  (Harvard Public Health Review) , Florence S. Norman and Laura S. Norman Professor of Public Health, Professor of African and African American Studies and Sociology, Harvard University (webpage)
  • Stephanie L. Crayton, Moderator, Media Relations Manager, UNC Health Care (biosketch)

Live, interactive broadcast via Internet (webcast)
and c-band satellite from the
UNC Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History

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Presented by the UNC Minority Health Project (School of Public Health) and the UNC Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs with funding from the School of Public Health Dean’s Office (SPH) and the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs (DMA). Cosponsors (please view the complete list): American College of Epidemiology (ACE), Carolina Women’s Center (CWC), Carolina Population Center (CPC), Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research (SCHSR), UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (HPDP), UNC Center for Innovations in Health Disparities Research (CIHDR), UNC SPH Departments of Biostatistics (BIOS), Environmental Sciences and Engineering (ENVR), Epidemiology (EPID), Health Behavior and Health Education (HBHE), Health Policy and Administration (HPAA), Maternal and Child Health (MHCH), UNC SPH Public Health Leadership Program (PHLP), UNC Institute of African American Research (IAAR), NC Health Careers Access Program (NC-HCAP), UNC School of Pharmacy (website), The Graduate School, UNC (website).
Endorsed by the Society for the Analysis of African-American Public Health Issues (SAAPHI), the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program (NC AHEC), and the UNC Center for Infectious Diseases (CID).

Videoconference information:
   Attend the Videoconference at UNC
   Satellite broadcast information
        Find a viewing site near you
   Internet broadcast (webcast) information   (View archived webcast) [all archived webcasts from this series]

   Agenda/program  (Word document)  (PDF)
   Presenter slides and handouts
   Participant evaluation form (online) (Word document) (PDF)

   Publicity materials (Color flyer, MS Word) (Color flyer, PDF) (Pocket flyer, MS Word)
   Attendance sheet for signing-in participants (Word document) (PDF)
   Site facilitator evaluation

   Comments from past participants
   More answers to your questions
   Other credits and acknowledgements

   Previous Videoconferences in this series
   Annual Minority Health Conference led by the UNC SPH Minority Student Caucus
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Minority Health Project| Department of Epidemiology | UNC School of Public Health
Videoconference inquiries to:
Office of Continuing Education | North Carolina Institute for Public Health
Campus Box 8165 | UNC School of Public Health | Chapel Hill, NC 27599-8165
Phone 919-966-4032 | Fax 919-966-5692 | E-mail oce@unc.edu

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