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14th Annual Summer Public Health Research
Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health

Satellite broadcast information

We will broadcast the 14th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health over the Internet. If sufficient funds become available we will also broadcast by satellite, as we have in past years. If you would like to receive the broadcast via satellite, please register your site using the webform. If we do not obtain the funds then we will invite you to receive the webcast instead.

Broadcast schedule (times are Eastern Daylight Time):


Tuesday, June 3, 2008 1:30pm EDT Test signal
  2:00pm EDT Program begins
  4:00pm Program ends

View list of registered sites

Click here to register a satellite downlink site

Publicity materials (including Word document you can modify)

Attendance Sheet (for remote satellite downlink sites to sign-in participants)

Videoconference information

    Abstracts, bibliographic resources
    Attend the Videoconference at UNC
    Comments from past participants
    Credits and acknowledgements (credits slides)
    Participant evaluation form
    Site facilitator evaluation form
    Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
    Internet broadcast (webcast) information   (View archived webcast)
    Participating programs
    Presentation slides and handouts
    Publicity materials (Color flyer, MS Word, 5 MB) (Color flyer, PDF) (Pocket flyer, MS Word)
    Satellite broadcast information
          Register to be a satellite downlink site
          Find a viewing site near you
    Speaker biographies
    Sponsorship and endorsements

    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

Last updated: 4/3/2008 by Vic