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A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective on Healthcare Delivery in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Join us for a virtual public panel discussion:

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Healthcare delivery in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) is influenced by many factors, such as provider expertise, patient trust, access, financing, policies and evolving technology. Improving how healthcare is delivered in LMICs requires a strong understanding of the various disciplinary approaches to care and how they can vary between cultures. With leading faculty from the U-M Medical School, the School of Nursing, College of Pharmacy and School of Public Health, this panel will explore: “A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective on Healthcare in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.”

This virtual public session will also serve as the opening discussion of a course with the same name (BA620) offered in the second half of the Fall semester.

For questions about the roundtable discussion or the course, please contact Ekta Jhaveri at ekta@umich.edu

Panelists include:
Vicki Ellingrod, College of Pharmacy
Joe Kolars, U-M Medical School
Jody Lori, School of Nursing
Abram L. Wagner, School of Public Health

Moderator: Paul Clyde, WDI & Michigan Ross
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Livestream Information

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September 28, 2020 (Monday) 4:30pm
Meeting ID: 99302835204

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