Today is: Sunday, February 18

DEAN’S SEMINAR: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN PUBLIC HEALTH—Creating Culture, Making Change: The Role of Entertainment in Global Health

Starts:
4:30 pm on Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Ends:
6:00 pm on Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Location:
72 East Concord Street, Hiebert Lounge
URL:
http://www.bu.edu/sph/news-events/signature-events/deans-seminar-series-on-contemporary-issues-in-public-health/deans-seminar-series-on-contemporary-issues-in-public-health-2016-2017/creating-culture-making-change-the-role-of-entertainment-in-global-healt
Contact Name:
Megan Keating
Contact Email:
keatingm@bu.edu
Health is produced by the cultural, social, and economic forces around us. As a key driver of culture, the entertainment industry can play a surprising and imperative role in creating healthy populations by educating audiences and shifting cultural norms and understanding. Boston University School of Public Health is dedicating March as "Narrative Month" and is highlighting stories that have shaped health in media, entertainment, art, and culture. Georgia Arnold, Senior Vice President, Social Responsibility, Viacom International Media Networks and Executive Director, Staying Alive Foundation; Joel Christian Gill, Chair of Foundations, New Hampshire Institute of Art; and Alex Horwitz, Filmmaker.