"Why Global Health Matters" Panel Discussion presented by the Photographic Resource Center

BU George Sherman Union Conference Auditorium,
775 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston

Panelists: Jennifer Beard, PhD, MPH (BU School of Public Health); Dominic Chavez, featured photographer; Jonathan D. Quick, MD, MPH (President and CEO, Management Sciences for Health); David Rochkind, featured photographer
Moderator: Stefanie Friedhoff, Special Projects Manager, Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard

Reception immediately following panel in the PRC Gallery, 832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston

*Complimentary copies of the exhibition catalog publication will be given to all attendees at the panel discussion and reception!

The PRC's Global Health in Focus project focuses on three of the greatest health challenges the world community faces today: HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and access to clean water. This project aims to educate our New England community about these critical global health issues, utilizing documentary photography to offer direct insight into the individuals and communities affected. The panel discussion, along with the exhibition, will lead to a greater understanding of the challenges and possible solutions to global health problems, particularly the work undertaken by Boston-based institutions.

The overarching goal of "Why Global Health Matters" is to bridge the arts, journalism, and medical communities by analyzing the ongoing universal concerns communicated in the exhibition and publication. By organizing and presenting this project, the PRC serves as a resource not only for photographers but for professionals in the healthcare, human rights, and public policy fields, as well as demonstrating the power of the photographic image.

When
Wednesday, Mar 7, 2012 at 6:00pm until 7:30pm on Wednesday, Mar 7, 2012
Where
GSU Conference Auditorium
Who
Open to General Public
Admission is free
More Info http://www.bu.edu/prc/exhibit/exhibit2012_globalhealth.htm
Contact
Photographic Resource Center
Erin Wederbrook Yuskaitis
6179750600
 
Boston University

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