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The Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health welcomes you to a seminar teaching you how to navigate the American Public Health Association's annual conference.  You will learn basic background information for the conference, hosted this year in Philadelphia, PA from Nov 2-6, 2019.  You will also learn how to plan your time while attending the conference, while navigating over 1000 presentations and many poster sessions. For mor information, contact John Marmion at imarmion@tulane.edu or (504) 988-2090.

Join the Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health for a seminar to learn how to network for career development and personal growth.  At the seminar you will learn why it is important to network for your career development, how to network at the American Public Health Association's annual conference and how to meet people relevant to your field of expertise. You will also learn how tools such as Linked In and your resume will help you network. For more information, please contact John Marmion at imarmion@tualne.edu or (504) 988-2090.

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Join us for an interesting seminar on how to create a poster presentation and why it is important.  You will learn why it is a good idea to present your work at conferences, different abstract formats and how to design a poster for different audiences.  You will also learn poster details like sizing your poster, best fonts to use and how to incorporate graphics into your poster for visual appeal.

A New Jim Code? Race, Carceral Technoscience, and Liberatory Imagination in Everyday Life From everyday apps to complex algorithms, technology has the potential to hide, speed, and even deepen discrimination, while appearing neutral and even benevolent when compared to racist practices of a previous era.

Dr. Truglio received his BS in Biology and Theology, and his MD from Georgetown University in 2001, and 2007. He trained in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine from 2007 to 2011, where he also served as Chief Resident. He completed an MPH in global health at Mount Sinai, during which time he developed educational curricula for midlevel providers in the chars of rural Bangladesh.

Using his group’s national and international studies of built environments and physical activity, Dr. Sallis will describe the growth of policy-oriented research that is highly interdisciplinary in nature. He will provide a summary of what has been learned as well as related policy recommendations. He will emphasize the need, and propose several options, for translating research to practice and policy, drawing from a newly-published model. The talk will end with evidence that physical activity research is making an impact on policy and practice.

 

 

Networking reception to follow lecture.

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