Global Health Delivery Seminar Series

GLOBAL HEALTH DELIVERY SEMINAR SERIES presents:

A case discussion led by:
Joseph Rhatigan, MD

‘Treating Malnutrition in Haiti with Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foods’

THURSDAY, OCT. 8th
3:45 – 5:15 PM
TMEC 227
2nd Floor, Harvard Medical School,
260 Longwood

To learn more about the Global Health Delivery Project, please visit
http://www.globalhealthdelivery.org

Note:
Case discussion participants are required to read and prepare the case study entitled ‘Treating Malnutrition in Haiti with Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foods’. The case is available for pick-up from Sam Dubal’s mailbox at HMS (Peabody Society, Year 2). Please email sam_dubal@hms.harvard.edu with any questions.

Students for Global Health (SGH) in collaboration with the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine is pleased to announce the fourth annual Global Health Delivery Seminar Series. The aim of this series is to engage leading global health practitioners in "intensive mentorship" sessions that will equip students with useful skills and insights for tackling key practical challenges in global health work.

ALL students are warmly invited to attend, regardless of background or interest in global health. Please also note that global health is indeed global, which includes domestic settings!

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