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MHHS SEMINAR SERIES 2014 - 2015: Complete!
MHHS would like to thank everyone who participated in our 2014-2015 Seminar Series! Keep checking back for news about next school-year’s Seminar Series!
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April 20th, 2015
Ross Silverman, JD, MPH, Professor At The Indiana University Fairbanks School Of Public Health And At The Indiana University Mckinney School Of Law
The January 2015 measles outbreak that began with visitors to Disneyland is the most recent of a string of high-profile vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks in the United States. Why have we seen such a surge in cases of measles, mumps, and whooping cough? How should
policymakers, public health officials, communities, and care providers respond when attempting to balance the need to protect the public from dangerous diseases with individual rights?
Ross Silverman is a Professor of Health Policy and anagement at the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health, and Professor of Public Health and Law at the Indiana University McKinney School of Law. Prior to joining the faculty at Indiana University, Professor Silverman was Professor and Chair of the Department of Medical Humanities at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. An internationally-recognized expert on public health law, policy and ethics, his vaccine-related research has appeared in leading medical, health law, ethical, and scientific journals.
Monday, April 20th, 2015
12:00 Noon - 1:00PM
Campus Center CE 309
Unless otherwise noted, all MHHS Seminar events are free and open to the public.
Thanks to all who attended this event! For more events like this, be sure to regularly check our Related Events page for updates!
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~Special Pre-Screening Event~
Thursday, April 9th, 2015
University Library’s Lilly Auditorium, UL 0130
Screening at 7:00 PM
Following the screening will be a discussion led by Binh Pho, who was a 19-year old student in Saigon in April 1975 as Saigon fell to the communists. Pho was one of only 420 Vietnamese left behind inside the US Embassy compound as the last U.S. helicopter departed. The experience profoundly affected the trajectory of his life and has influenced his work as an acclaimed artist.
Medical Humanities and Health Studies Program, IUPUI
American Studies, IUPUI
and The IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute
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More Related Talks coming soon!
2015 Student Essay Award Winners Selected:
We have two winners in this year’s essay award competition:
Sarah Bahr [Sophomore]
A Culpable Culture: An Investigation of the Underlying Cultural Factors in the Obesity Epidemic Among Hispanic Women
Miriam Neufeld [Medical Student MSIV]
An Honor to Make the Sacrifice: The Perceptions of the Subjects, the Researchers and the Media covering the Minnesota Starvation Experiment
There were twelve entries total, split evenly between undergraduate and graduate papers.
We would like to thank everyone who submitted an essay this year, as well as Kim Quaid de Cordon, John Parrish-Sprowl, and Meg Moorman for volunteering to judge this year’s entries!
Check out a list of previous Essay Award Winners here!
2015 MHHS Career Day a Success!
Thanks to all who participated in "Health Careers: Why Liberal Arts?" Students, faculty, and visitors from other organizations joined together to explore the many ways in which a background in Liberal Arts is invaluable to those seeking to enter into a Health-related career.
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MHHS Graduate Student, Janet Panoch, wins CTSI Award
Janet Panoch will use funds from her CTSI poster award to advance a project that aims to integrate health care communications curriculum into local high schools. READ MORE
MHHS and Related Courses: Fall 2015
Click HERE for the latest listing of MHHS and Related Courses for the 2015 Fall Semester!
For a complete listing of available courses, please consult the Registrar’s website, located here.
"How to Survive a Plague"
Sponsored by the School of Science Diversity Council
This 2012 David France film uses footage from the 1980s and 1990s to illustrate how groups worked to change AIDS from a death sentence to a survivable disease.
How to Survive a Plague
Weds, Sept. 24
5:30 p.m. (refreshments served at 5:30 followed by the film)
discussion with Dr. Emily Beckman (Medical Humanities & Health Studies)
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Medical Humanities & Health Studies Program
425 University Blvd., CA 141
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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