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  • Bell, Elizabeth
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 5 12:21 PM
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      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Lackey, Cheryl [SMTP:abl2@...]
      > Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 1999 7:16 AM
      > To: CDC-HEALTHED@...
      > Subject: Emory Summer Institute for Health Promotion and Education
      >
      > Emory Summer Institute for Health Promotion and Education
      >
      > The Sixth Annual Emory Summer Institute for Health Promotion and
      > Education
      > will be August 9 - 11, 1999, at the Rollins School of Public Health at
      > Emory
      > University. The theme will be Public Health Responds. The goal of the
      > Institute is to enhance public health response skills related to a variety
      > of community health issues. For a bargain conference registration fee of
      > $175, each participant will receive a conference notebook, lunch,
      > continental breakfasts, a public health network fair, and job resources.
      > Daily registration fees are available. Students receive a 50% discount.
      > CEUs for health educators (CHES) and nurses (CNE) are being applied for.
      >
      > Opening remarks will be made by Dr. Jim Curran, Dean of the Rollins School
      > of Public Health. The opening keynote address will be delivered by Dr.
      > Audrey Manley, President of Spelman College and former Acting Surgeon
      > General of the United States. The closing keynote address will be
      > delivered
      > by Dr. Dee Cantrell, District Program Manager for the West Central Health
      > District of Georgia.
      >
      > Session topics include disaster management, Y2K infrastructure,
      > bioterrorism, health and racial disparities, public health ethics, school
      > violence, food safety, community bombings, and public health legislation
      > and
      > policy.
      >
      > For a registration brochure, email Lisa Bridges, Institute Registrar, at
      > lbridge@... or call Susan Butler (404) 727-9660.
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