Measuring the Human Toll of Disasters
Join us for dinner and a fantastic opportunity for students, trainees, and faculty to mingle, discuss current topics in global health and get to know our colleagues from across campus doing interesting work!
For the first session of the year we will focus on the challenges of Measuring the Human Toll of Disasters (AND conveying public health messages properly to the lay public about the impact of these events)
The resident/student session leaders will be: Jen Farrell (Emergency Medicine) and Joseph Clingerman (Public Health).
To view/download the articles that we will be discussing: https://yale.box.com/s/7sa3jino9peyktpepasyw749phni0pxo
Faculty Experts for the session are: Kaveh Khoshnood (Public Health) Hani Mowafi (Emergency Medicine)
Feel free to share with anyone in the Yale Community you think might be interested.
YOU MUST RSVP! Space is limited and we need accurate numbers for catering.
We look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday, November 14th!
Hani Mowafi (EM) & Tracy Rabin (IM)
Details: Global Health Night Out 630-8pm Wed Nov 14th, 2018 Cafe Med Dining Room, Edward S. Harkness Memorial Hall, 367 Cedar Street New Haven, CT 06519
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