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1. To provide a platform for constructive dialogue between stakeholders in the development, implementation and use of clinical guidelines.
2. To enhance successful uptake, implementation and use of clinical guidelines through fostering ongoing collaboration between relevant stakeholders.
This course will offer the practitioner an overview of emerging trends in the diagnosis and treatment of the dementias. A nationally recognized faculty will discuss the characterization and treatment of the cognitive, behavioral, and psychological signs and symptoms of dementia.
Due to unforeseen delays, the 12th International Conference on Urban Health in Dhaka, Bangladesh is being rescheduled. Please click on the below link for more details:
Notice of Rescheduling ICUH 2015
We will inform you as soon as the new dates (likely to be in early June) are confirmed.
Bangladesh Urban Health Network (BUHN) and Eminence joins pre-eminent organizations in Toronto, New York, Boston, Amsterdam, Baltimore, Belo Horizonte, Vancouver and Nairobi to welcome academics, policymakers and advocates to advance the generation, exchange, and application of high quality urban health knowledge across academics, policy makers, implementers, and communities to attain health equity in urban settings worldwide.
Please join us for NYAM’s Annual Pediatric Trainee Night. Top residents and fellows from pediatric programs in the metropolitan area will present clinical and scientific papers representing original research. A panel of judges will recognize top presentations.
This year’s History of Medicine Night has been divided into two nights of lectures based on time period. Please join us for this special evening of short talks on the history of medicine and public health. Presentations will address historical topics relating to medicine with a focus on the Early Modern Period. The second evening of talks will take place on May 6, 2015 and will focus on the 19th and 20th Centuries.
It’s commonly said that “you are what you eat.” These days, we tend to mean that if you consume the right foods, containing the right nutrients, you’ll tend to be healthy and live long. But some centuries ago, other sensibilities were available that helped define the nature and causes of human character, individual and collective. In his talk, Harvard historian Dr. Steven Shapin discusses one of the more familiar examples of this analogical and causal mode of reasoning in the period from the 16th to the 18th centuries—why beef-eating made the English who they were.
The Thomas William Salmon Selection Committee is pleased to present the 2015 Thomas William Salmon Lecture and Medal in Psychiatry to Bruce S. McEwen, PhD.
In this talk, Vivian Nutton will compare Andreas Vesalius’ annotations for revisions of two works: his 1538 reworking of Johann Guenther’s Institutiones anatomice (Principles of Anatomy according to Galen) and the annotated copy of the 1555 edition of the Fabrica. The annotations reveal much that is new about the great Renaissance anatomist and show that he was constantly thinking about how to understand and interpret the human body.
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