Global Health Film Festival

November 30, 2017
5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Taylor Avenue Bldng, Rm 2131, Medical Campus

The festival will feature films from the Pulitzer Center focused on issues in global health and will debut a Washington University developed film on the healthcare disparities of immigrant and refugee families in the St. Louis area. The film screening series will be followed by a panel discussion.

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5:00 pm Registration
5:30 pm Film Premiere: Healthcare Disparities for Immigrants and Refugees in Saint Louis, A Global Health Student Advisory Committee Production
5:45 pm Film Team Panel
5:55 pm Healthcare Disparities in Saint Louis Panel
Vinaya Mulkareddy, MD, Washington University; Jorge Riopedre, President, Casa de Salud; Dawn Davis, MD, Saint Louis University; Moderator: Andwele Jolly, DPT, MBA, MHA, OCS, Washington University
6:25 pm Break
6:30 pm Global Health Films Screening
Featuring films by the Pulitzer Center: The Role of Video Journalism in Global Health; How Rwanda, Once Torn by Genocide, Became a Global Anti-AIDS Leader; Refugee Resettlement: One Boy’s Story From Africa to America; Somalian Refugees Flee Fighting, Famine in Ethiopian Camps; Between Borders: American Migrant Crisis
7:30 pm Global Health Disparities Panel
Jean-Francois Trani, PhD, MA, Washington University; David Clifford, MD, Washington University; Isabel Izzek, 2016 Pulitzer Student Fellow; Christopher Prater, MD, Washington University; Moderator: Bill Powderly, MD, Washington University

Free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served.

Organized by the Global Health Student Advisory Committee.

Event Sponsors: The Global Health Center at the Institute for Public Health, Monsanto, and the Infectious Diseases Interest Group at the School of Medicine

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