Learn interdisciplinary approaches to complex public health problems with lectures, symposia, and conferences outside of the classroom.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health is exploring an innovative budgeting process to help save some of our rural hospitals in danger of closing. Losing these hospitals would remove access to health care and public health services for many, worsening the health of the state.
Presented by Lauren Hughes, MD, MPH, MSc, FAAFP, a practicing family physician and deputy secretary for health innovation, PA Dept. of Health.
Silva is assistant professor of sociology at Bucknell University and was the lead qualitative researcher for Robert Putnam's book, Our Kids. Her current book project, We’re Still Here: Pain and Politics in the Heart of America, examines working-class people’s political beliefs and behaviors in the coal region of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Panelists include: Margaret Palumbo, executive director for PAcares, Katherine Neiswanger, Center for Craniofacial and Dental Genetics, and Jennifer Fiddner, epidemiology research associate, ACHD.
Learn about student research as presenters compete for prizes and students complete peer evaluations for GR credit during multiple poster sessions over three days. View the full schedule at publichealth.pitt.edu/deansday.
Two terms of the Dean's Public Health Grand Rounds are required for graduation for all students except joint degree, certificate-only, and non-degree students.
Enrolled students can find complete details about Pitt Public Health Grand Rounds events, including attendance records and more in CourseWeb. If you are unable to view the course PUBHLT 2022, please check your current course schedule to confirm that you have formally enrolled in the class.
Contact Robin Leaf, educational programs and practicum coordinator, or stop by the Office of Student Affairs and Education, A519 Crabtree Hall.
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