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Thursday, March 05, 2009

The Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Divinity School

present

The Second Annual Symposium on

The Roles of Faith-Based Organizations in Public Health

Thursday, March 12th

1:00 - 5:00 pm

Harvard-Yenching Institute, Auditorium

2 Divinity Avenue Cambridge, MA

Reception to follow symposium

Welcome: Dr. Daniel Wikler, Professor of Ethics and Population Health, Harvard School of Public Health

Opening Address (1:00-1:45 pm)

“Health and Faith in the Obama Era”

Kimberly Konkel

Associate Director for Health, Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, HHS

Panel 1 (1:45-3:15 pm)

Faith-Based Organizations in Public Health: Constitutional, Legal, and Ethical Issues

Melissa Rogers

Director, Wake Forest School of Divinity Center for Religion and Public Affairs;

Member, President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Richard Katskee

Assistant Legal Director, American’s United for Separation of Church and State

Kevin Outterson

Associate Professor, Boston University School of Law

Moderator: Richard Parker

Lecturer in Public Policy, Sr. Fellow, Shorenstein Center, Harvard Kennedy School

Panel 2 (3:30-5:00 pm)

Contraception and Faith: Including the Voice of Religion in Family Planning

Dianne Luby

President and CEO, Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts

Rev. Eugene Rivers, III

Pastor, Azusa Christian Community; Co-chair, National TenPoint Leadership Foundation

Allan Hill

Andelot Professor of Demography, Dept. of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health

Lisa Sowle Cahill

J. Donald Monan Professor of Theology, Boston College

Nadine Weidman

Associate, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University

Moderator: Dr. Marcia Castro

Assistant Professor of Demography, Harvard School of Public Health

Sponsored by: The Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health; Africa Health Forum; The Office of Student Life, Harvard Divinity School; HSPH Student Group for Reproductive Health and Rights

This event is open to the public.

Questions? Please contact Alyson at arosewoo@hsph.harvard.edu

http://maynardsclark.blogspot.com/ Faith-Based Orgs in Public Health, Thur Mar 12, 1-5 pm, Harvard-Yenching Inst, 2 Divinity Av Cambridge MA
http://maynardsclark.blogspot.com/ Faith-Based Orgs in Public Health, Thur Mar 12, 1-5 pm, Harvard-Yenching Inst, 2 Divinity Av Cambridge MA

The Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Divinity School

present

The Second Annual Symposium on

The Roles of Faith-Based Organizations in Public Health

Thursday, March 12th

1:00 - 5:00 pm

Harvard-Yenching Institute, Auditorium

2 Divinity Avenue Cambridge, MA

Reception to follow symposium

Welcome: Dr. Daniel Wikler, Professor of Ethics and Population Health, Harvard School of Public Health

Opening Address (1:00-1:45 pm)

“Health and Faith in the Obama Era”

Kimberly Konkel

Associate Director for Health, Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, HHS

Panel 1 (1:45-3:15 pm)

Faith-Based Organizations in Public Health: Constitutional, Legal, and Ethical Issues

Melissa Rogers

Director, Wake Forest School of Divinity Center for Religion and Public Affairs;

Member, President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Richard Katskee

Assistant Legal Director, American’s United for Separation of Church and State

Kevin Outterson

Associate Professor, Boston University School of Law

Moderator: Richard Parker

Lecturer in Public Policy, Sr. Fellow, Shorenstein Center, Harvard Kennedy School

Panel 2 (3:30-5:00 pm)

Contraception and Faith: Including the Voice of Religion in Family Planning

Dianne Luby

President and CEO, Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts

Rev. Eugene Rivers, III

Pastor, Azusa Christian Community; Co-chair, National TenPoint Leadership Foundation

Allan Hill

Andelot Professor of Demography, Dept. of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health

Lisa Sowle Cahill

J. Donald Monan Professor of Theology, Boston College

Nadine Weidman

Associate, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University

Moderator: Dr. Marcia Castro

Assistant Professor of Demography, Harvard School of Public Health

Sponsored by: The Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health; Africa Health Forum; The Office of Student Life, Harvard Divinity School; HSPH Student Group for Reproductive Health and Rights

This event is open to the public.

Questions? Please contact Alyson at arosewoo@hsph.harvard.edu

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Dementia risk TRIPLED for those who DON'T EAT ENOUGH FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Plugging away in Longwood; much is accomplished, so celebrate another day of working productively.

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Callig it aniht for the day. G'night!
Heading for home: will I stop by the dry cleaners for fresh shirts or the grocery for refreshments?

Monday, March 02, 2009

Watching 24 for 2 hrs, then sleeping for work Longwood Tuesday for documents, speeches, lectures
Another hour on the summer intensive research ethics course, then home to HOUSE and 24