IPHAM Seminar/Webinar Series


WHEN: Thursday 12 - 1 PM CST
WHAT: Engaging speakers; relevant research; CME credit

PLEASE NOTE: We will only be providing coffee and cookies. Feel free to bring your own lunch.

October 8, 2015 - “The Tuskegee Syphilis Study: Implications for Current Issues”
William C. (Bill) Jenkins, PhD
Senior Scholar in Public Health, Stone Center’s Institute for African American Research
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Click here to Watch Webinar Live.

October 15, 2015 – “Combining Improvement and Implementation Science for better Healthcare and Health”
John Ovretveit, PhD
Director of Research, Professor of Health Innovation Implementation and Evaluation
Karolinska Institutet
Webinar Link will be posted soon.

October 22, 2015 –“Ebola in West Africa - Public Health Lessons from the World’s Worst Ebola Outbreak”
Tim Butcher
Author, Broadcaster, and Public Speaker
Webinar Link will be posted soon.

October 29, 2015 –“Routine collection of Patient-Reported Outcome measures in long-term chronic conditions: the English National Health Service POLICY perspective” (TIME CHANGED TO 3:00 PM)
Michele Peters, BSc, Dip.Psych, MSc, PhD
Senior Research Scientist, Health Services Research
University of Oxford
Webinar Link will be posted soon.

**As a courtesy to our speakers, we ask the everyone remain in their seats until the presentation has concluded.  We understand that participants sometimes have to leave a bit early to make it to 1:00 pm meetings, however, we usually leave approximately 10-15 minutes at the end of the presentation for questions.  This would be the most appropriate time to slip out quietly.

Webinar Link will be posted soon.

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Video archive of past IPHAM Seminars

The Series is coordinated by the Center for Education in Health Sciences.  If you have any questions, suggestions, or would like to speak at a seminar event, please contact:

Eimear Curran
Administrator, Center for Education in Health Sciences

Ryan Splitt
Program Assistant, Center for Education in Health Sciences

This speaker series is intended to foster research collaboration and engagement and now represents the entire IPHAM Community. The goal is to be as inclusive as possible and have all IPHAM centers host at least two seminars each year.