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AFRO-NETS> Harvard Health & Internet Meeting
- Subject: AFRO-NETS> Harvard Health & Internet Meeting
- From: Bev Freeman <BevFreeman@aol.com>
- Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 14:46:45 -0500 (EST)
Harvard Health & Internet Meeting
May 30-31, 2000
Cambridge, Massachusetts - USA
The Internet and the Public's Health: Impact on Individuals, Communi-
ties and the World - is a conference to be presented by the Harvard
School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School on May 30-31, 2000
in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The conference will explore the promise of the Internet in relation to
four critical areas:
- supporting the doctor-patient relationship;
- improving healthcare systems;
- reaching the U.S. underserved; and
- improving health in the developing world.
In addition to twenty panel presenters, including George Sadowsky, Vice
President of Education, Internet Society, keynote speakers include Tom
Ferguson, The Ferguson Report; Esther Dyson, EdVentures, Inc.; Phil
Nudelman, Group Health/Kaiser; Fred Bukachi, HealthNet Kenya; and
George Lundberg, Medscape.
Fee is US$ 350 before March 31; US$ 425 thereafter.
The complete program and registration is available online at:
or call +1-617-432-1026 for more information. The Health & Internet
meeting opens a week of Internet discussions including the Harvard
Internet & Society conference and a companion program offered by the
Harvard Kennedy School of Government. For program information and reg-
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