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1996 Minority Health Conference

Publisher
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Disciplines
  • Psychology

Abstract

Please Post - Early Announcement 18th Annual Minority Health Conference J Healthy People of Color 2000: Intervention Strategies The William and Ida Friday Continuing Education Center Chapel Hill, North Carolina Sponsors The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Public Health M inority S tudent C aucus M inority H ealth R esearch and E ducation C om m ittee C en ter fo r P ublic H ealth P ractice Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center M inority C ancer C ontrol R esearch P rogram Funding and Other Support Provided By: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill February 15, 1996 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. February 16, 1996 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources Division of Maternal and Child Health Injury Control Section, Division of Epidemiology Office of Minority Health State Center for Health and Environmental Statistics Alumni Association, School of Public Health Student Union Board, School of Public Health Chancellor’s Office Office of the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs North Carolina Health Careers Access Program Medical Education Development Program, School of Medicine North Carolina Department of Human Resources Office of Rural Health and Resource Development University of North Carolina General Administration Healthy People of Color 2000: Intervenion Strategies February 15-16, 1996 The William and Ida Friday Continuing Education Center Chapel Hill, North Carolina This year’s conference will review state and national health objectives for the Year 2000, assess the progress being made by communities of color, and offer valuable perspectives on existing strategies to meet these critically important goals. Presentations on migrant health, mental health, violence, international health, community-based prevention programs, and substance abuse are being planned. Skill-building workshops, stimulating pa

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