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Making Long Term Goals: HIV and the Future

September 17, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 1:30 pm

Free

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NATAP INVITA A FORO COMUNITARIO GRATUITO

La Organización NATAP invita cordialmente a su forum comunitario: Making Long Term Goals, que se realizara el Sabado 17 de septiembre de 10am-1:30 pm, en el auditorio de Weill Cornell College; localizado en el 1300 de York Avenue con la calle 69 del bajo Manhattan. Los oradores invitados son el doctor David Wohl, Associate Profesor, site leader University of North Carolina AIDS Clinical Trials Unit at Chapel Hill y Todd Brown, Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism, Johns Hopkins University. Cupos Limitados.

Habra certificado de participación, Desayuno, 3.1 Nursing & 3.5 CASAC hours, rifa de tarjetas de Target de 50, 30 y 20 dólares. Para registracion, favor llamar al 888-266-2827.

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Details

Date:
September 17, 2016
Time:
8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Cost:
Free

Organizer

NATIONAL AIDS TREATMENT ADVOCACY PROJECT

Mentee Experience

  • Michele Ainyayor
    MHA Candidate
    Columbia University

  • Fatema Begun
    MPH Candidate
    Columbia University

  • Jose Flores Rodarte
    MD/MPH Candidate
    Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • Pedro Acosta
    MHA Candidate
    Long Island University

    Thanks AHHE for provifing such a wonderful experience.

  • Suad Jalloh
    BS Candidate
    NYC College of Technology-City Tech (CUNY)

    One of the best programs I have been part of.

  • Michele Ainyayor MHA Candidate Columbia University
  • Fatema Begun MPH Candidate Columbia University
  • Jose Flores Rodarte MD/MPH Candidate Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
  • Pedro Acosta MHA Candidate Long Island University
  • Suad JallohBS Candidate NYC College of Technology-City Tech (CUNY)

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