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What do we know about the geographic, epidemiologic, and cultural aspects of pain and the treatment of pain?
Located in Events / 2011
Women's Voices and Reproductive Medicine: What Remains
Presented by Anne Lyerly, MD, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Center for the Study of Medical Ethics & Humanities, Duke University.
Located in Events / 2011
Eric Juengst luncheon talk at Duke Hospital
Eric Juengt talk: Unsettled legacies: early 20th century eugenics, late 20th century bioethics, and where do we go from here?
Located in Events / 2011
Dilemmas in Care: Communication and Collaboration in Pediatric Settings
Presented by Mara Buchbinder, PhD, Department of Anthropology UCLA.
Located in Events / 2011
Arrested Accusations: Reporting Abortions in Peru, 1890s-1940s
Talk by Raul Necochea, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Public talk: Oberlander on health care reform
Flyleaf Books hosts Jonathan Oberlander: "Against All Odds: The American Struggle for Health Care Reform"
Located in Events / 2011
Troubling Suicide: Violence, Women’s Agency, and the Making of a Bourgeois Domesticity in South India
Located in Events / 2011
The Historical Context of the Autism Epidemic - Talk
The Historical Context of the Autism Epidemic
Located in Events / 2011
Bioprospecting and the Remaking of Chinese Herbs as Pharmaceuticals: The Making of an Ethnobotanical Drug Company
Talk by Andy Pham
The HIV Poverty Thesis Re-Examined: Poverty or Inequality as an Underlying Cause of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Presented by Ashley Fox, PhD, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard
Located in Events / 2011