Conference on Medical Anthropology Will Be Held at Yale on April 5

The New England Regional Conference on Medical Anthropology, devoted to anthropological approaches to health research, will take place at Yale University on April 5, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

This one-day symposium includes 16 speakers who will present a variety of topics, including risk and public policy; practicing medical anthropology; race, medicine and public health; and rethinking health interventions.

The conference, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the Bioethics Program at Yale’s Institute for Social and Policy Studies and by the department of anthropology.

It will take place in Room 119 of the Hall of Graduate Studies 320 York St.

Pre-registration information is available at the Conference website www.yale.edu/medanth/conference2003.html

For more information, please contact: Catherine Timura at catherine.timura@yale.edu

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