The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Gillings School of Global Public Health (link)

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16th Annual Summer Public Health Research
Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health

Attending the Institute and Videoconference at UNC

* Preregister to attend the Videoconference at the Tate-Turner-Kuralt Auditorium at the UNC School of Social Work

* Directions to the Tate-Turner-Kuralt Auditorium at the UNC School of Social Work

* Parking information

* Public transit information

The Institute and Videoconference are free and open to the public.
The Tuesday, June 8, 2010 session takes place in the Tate-Turner-Kuralt Auditorium in the UNC School of Social Work. Please note that this year’s broadcast begins at 1:30pm EDT (same as 2009 - a half-hour earlier than in previous years).

If you would like to attend the session, please pre-register to help us plan and to ensure a place.

Videoconference information

    Attend the Videoconference at UNC   (Register for the studio audience)
    Background resources for this topic
    Broadcast information (webcast)  
          Register to view the Internet broadcast (webcast) (and see the link to the broadcast)
          Register as an organization or group
          Find a viewing site near you
    Comments from participants
    Credits and acknowledgements   (html)   (ppt)   (pdf)
    Evaluation report (doc) (pdf)
    Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
    Presentation slides and handouts, Transcripts (New)
    Publicity materials
            (Color flyer, MS Word) (Color flyer, PDF) (Pocket flyer, MS Word)
    Attendance sheet for signing-in participants (Word document)
    Sponsorship and endorsements   (ppt)   (pdf)

    Previous Videoconferences in this series
    Annual Minority Health Conference led by the Minority Student Caucus
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Minority Health Project| Department of Epidemiology
UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health

Last updated: 4/3/2008, 4/28/2009, 3/28/2010 by Vic