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1993 Minority Health Conference

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Abstract

Final Announcement Sponsors School of Public Health Division of External Affairs and Community Health Service Minority Student Caucus Office of the Dean The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Minority Cancer Control Research Program The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill State Center for Health and Environmental Statistics North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources Cosponsors (to date) North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources Division of Adult Health HIV/STD Control Branch, Division of Epidemiology Medical Education Development Program North Carolina Division of the American Heart Association North Carolina Health Careers Access Program North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company Office of Rural Health and Resource Development North Carolina Department of Human Resources Office of the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Student Union Board, School of Public Health The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University of North Carolina General Administration Supporters North Carolina Minority Health Center, Inc. North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources Injury Control Section Office of Minority Health 15th Annual Minority Health Conference Operation Prevention: Mobilizing Community Action February 18-19, 1993 School of Public Health The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Operation Prevention: Mobilizing Community Action This informative one-and-a-half-day program is the fifteenth in a series of conferences from the CINC School of Public Health focusing on special health concerns of minorities in North Carolina and the Southeast. This year’s conference will focus on reducing preventable deaths among minority populations, which is part of a national health objective for the Year 2000. Topic areas to be presented during t

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