Oct 5 Neoliberalism & Global Health at Tropical & Travel Medicine Seminar

 

Tropical and Travel
Medicine Seminar


Wednesday, October 5, 2016

6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Neoliberalism and Global Health

Guest Speaker: Salmaan Keshavjee, MD, PhD, ScM

Please join us for a engaging evening with Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee as he unpacks the influence of neoliberal economics on global health.  Trained as a physician-anthropologist, Salmaan will use work from his recent book Blind Spot: How Neoliberalism Infiltrated Global Health to lead us into a provocative conversation on how and who determines value in global health delivery, the structural forces that influence health and well-being in communities around the world, and strategies to promote health equity by confronting neoliberal narratives and assumptions.

Please note change in time and location: Minneapolis East Bank Campus inMalcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower, Room 2-690. 

We will live stream and record this event.  More information to follow. 






Location Change: Room 2-690 in the Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower on the Minneapolis East Bank Campus
515 Delaware Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455

Parking for a nominal fee is available in the Washington Avenue Ramp or Oak Street Ramp.

Link to Minneapolis East Bank Campus Map
More information can be found at the Parking and Transportation Services website.


For over 15 years, the Tropical and Travel Medicine Seminar (TTMS) Lecture Series reflects our core value of providing accessible educational programming to the Twin Cities medical community.

Seminars are held monthly during the academic year on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6pm - 8pm.  





To help support the Tropical and Travel Medicine Seminars, please consider donating $10. Please specify our Global Health educational activities fund #11166.
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