Events - Weekly
|Sunday, February 17|
|Monday, February 18|
|Tuesday, February 19|
|Wednesday, February 20|
"Give Me a Shot of Anything: House Calls to the Homeless" - Film Screening and Panel Discussion
Give Me A Shot Of Anything: House Calls To The Homeless examines how we as a society treat our least fortunate. This is an exclusive look into the world of the homeless and the doctors who care for them. Those who are willing to look at the ‘bum on the street’ and see the person inside. A person who could be you or me.
Dr. Jim O'Connell is the preeminent expert on health care for the homeless. He also happens to be a charismatic street doctor with unrivaled dedication to his patients. The film follows Dr. Jim and his extraordinary team as they make 'house calls' to the homeless, delivering life- saving medical care and offering their patients a chance to feel whole again.
Bowl 2, Robertson Hall (lower level) · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m.
|Thursday, February 21|
|Friday, February 22|
Global Health Colloquium: Public Health in Complex Emergencies: "Mistakes of the Past, Lessons for the Future" - Ron Waldman
From Cambodia to Somalia, from Indonesia to Rwanda, from Haiti to Syria, the past forty years have seen one massive disaster after another. What has the relief community learned? What mistakes does it still make? What are the issues of the future? Drawing on numerous experiences from the field, this fast-paced presentation will highlight both the successes and the failures of humanitarian intervention in the health sector.
Bowl 1, Robertson Hall (lower level) · 12:00 p.m.– 1:30 p.m.
|Saturday, February 23|