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WEBINAR, Infant Mortality & Social-Determinants of Health Affecting Black Women 2/2

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    From: Walter Niles Walter_Niles@doh.state.fl.us Subject: FREE Webinar re: Infant Mortality: Causes, Solutions and The Social-Determinants of Health Affecting
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      From: Walter Niles Walter_Niles@...
      Subject: FREE Webinar re: "Infant Mortality: Causes, Solutions and The Social-Determinants of Health Affecting Black Women 2/2

      Dr. Adewale Troutman is presenting a webinar entitled, “Infant Mortality: Causes, Solutions and the Social-Determinants of health affecting Black Women”. Dr. Troutman is a widely sought and engaging speaker and is a professor in USF’s Department of Community and Family Health in the College of Public Health and directs the Public Health Practice and Leadership, the Center for Leadership in Public Health and the Public Health Practice Masters of Public Health program and has been elected president-elect of the American Public Health Association. I hope you can all take a few minutes to listen to this presentation next week.



      The Florida Department of Health - Black History Month Presents




      Statewide Webinar/Live Presentation


      “Infant Mortality: Causes, Solutions and The Social-Determinants of Health Affecting Black Women”

      Featuring:  Adewale Troutman, MD, MPHA, MA, CPH

      Thursday, February 2, 2012

      Time: 3:00  – 4:30 p.m.


      For webinar link, go to:https://suncom.webex.com/suncom/j.php?ED=178750817&UID=0&RT=MiMxMg%3D%3D

      Conference Call-in # 888-808-6959

      Conference Code # 2744131181


      Dr. Troutman has over 40 years of dedication through action to the principles of universal freedoms and the elimination of racism, injustice and oppression. Dr. Troutman has a medical degree from New Jersey Medical School, a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University, a Masters in Black Studies from the State University of New York in Albany, and as of October 2009, board certification from the National Board of Public Health Examiners.  He is a residency trained Family Physician graduating from residency at the Medical University of South Carolina.  His career has included clinical emergency medicine, hospital administration, academic and public health practice.  He served as an Associate Professor in the University of Louisville’s School of Public Health and Information Sciences, while directing the Metro Louisville Department of Public Health and Wellness.


       His experience includes special consultancies with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Thailand and Japan, health assessment missions in Angola, Jamaica and Zaire and training in India and Austria. He is featured in the nationally televised PBS series Unnatural Causes; Is Inequality Making Us Sick?


                  This Black History presentation is presented by the Office of Minority Health, CCOC Planning Committee, Hillsborough County Health Department, University of South Florida, Division of Family Health Services/Infant, Maternal, and Reproductive Health and Office of Workforce Development


      Walter W. Niles, MPA
      Manager, Office of Health Equity
      Hillsborough County Health Department
      (813) 307-8015, ext. 6601
      (813) 433-8346 Cell

      DOH Mission : To promote, protect and improve the health of all people inFlorida .

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