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Mary Amelia Center event: "Neighborhood and Health: A Progress Report," with Dustin T. Duncan, Associate Professor, Dept. of Population Health NYU SoM. Light refreshments will be served. 5:00-6:00pm, Tidewater, Room 1201. 
 

National Health Education Week: Preventing Gun Violence: From research to practice. A multidisciplinary panel. 5:00-6:30pm, Diboll Auditorium*
 

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J. Richard Williams, Sr. MD 1931 Lecture Series presents "The Ethics of Compassion; Requests for Unapproved Drugs and the Right to Try," with Arthur L. Caplan, PhD, Department of Population Health, NYU School of Medicine.

Lunch provided on first come/first serve basis. Please RSVP at tulanemedicalethics@tulane.edu or at the Facebook event.

The Program in Medical Ethics and Program and Human Values, Tulane University School of Medicine presents: “Digital Professionalization: Ethics and How We Contact and Know about Patients” with Kenneth Berkowitz MD FCCP, Chief of Ethics Consultation, VHA National Center for Ethics in Health Care, Associate Professor of Medicine and Population Health, NYU School of Medicine.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/msf-on-the-road-a-voice-from-the-field-in-new-orleans-tickets-43722934474

Matt West is a Deputy Head of Mission who has worked with MSF for seven years. Join us for a free, hour-long conversation discussing the challenges of bringing lifesaving medical care to the areas where the needs are the greatest.

This is a unique in-person opportunity to learn more about MSF’s programs across the globe.

"The World of ADHD in 2018: 40 Years After I Left Tulane, and the Enormous Debt I Owe the School"