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Four panelists will lead a discussion about “Men’s Health Disparities: Implications for Research and Intervention” as part of the upcoming 14th annual Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health, scheduled to be held at UNC on June 3. If you want to learn more about this event, you can check out this link here. The two-hour session, which also will be broadcast, will be held at the Tate-Turner-Kuralt auditorium in UNC’s School of Social Work.
The panelists will be:
Each panelists will offer a 15-minute presentation, followed by questions from the local and remote audiences. The broadcast will be moderated by Stephanie Crayton, media relations manager for UNC Health Care, who also moderated the previous four videoconference opening sessions.
The session will be broadcast via c-band satellite and the Web, without a viewing fee.
Details about this year’s conference and previous conferences in this series are available online.
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