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How Do We Make Health Care Accessible For All?
Posted by NTE on March 24, 2015 in Public Lectures
NTE Impact Ethics together with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Nova Scotia presents a keynote address and an interactive panel discussion with Jeffrey Turnbull, Visiting Professor in Medical Citizenship.
On March 24, 2015, from 6:30 - 8:00 pm
In the O'Reagan Hall, Halifax Central Library
Keynote: Addressing the Health Needs of People who are Homeless
Interactive Panel: Poverty, Health and Homelessness in Halifax
The event will be live-streamed by CCPA.
This event is part of the Dalhousie School of Medicine’s Visiting Professorship in Medical Citizenship. It has been organized with the following partners: Adsum for Women & Children, Canadian Doctors for Medicare, Halifax Central Library, Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre, North End Community Health Centre, Nova Scotia Citizens Health Network, and NTE: Impact Ethics.
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