September 28, 2012
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
6th floor, Health Science Building, 155 College Street
Health, Austerity and Affluence will examine the implications of austerity measures on the health of our society. This conference seeks to create a forum for students, faculty members, field leaders, and community organizations to critically discuss how the implementation of austerity measures, in an era of increasingly concentrated affluence, will impact our collective ability to reduce health and social inequities within our society. Furthermore, conference speakers and participants will be encouraged to discuss how the health community can work together to challenge the growing disparities in our society in the future.
The conference is free, and we encourage anyone who is interested in public health to attend.
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