Join BUSM Associate Professor Michele David, MD, MBA, MPH, FACP as she delivers the keynote address at The 2010 William A. Hinton Lecture “Massachusetts Health Care Reform in Communities of Color: Lessons Learned”.
Dr. David will speak on Health Disparities: A Physician’s Journey from Haiti to Advocacy. She will address the following:
- Why she began to focus on disparities in health care in the early 1980s;
- The creation of HAPHI (Haitian-American Public Health Initiatives); Her work with HCFA (Heath Care for All) as a Soros Fellow, and;
- Her global health work with Haitians, specifically the recent earthquake and the direct short- and long-term impact within Haitian communities of Massachusetts.
The 2010 William A. Hinton Lecture
Thursday, May 13, 2010
3:00 – 5:00 PM
William A. Hinton State Laboratory Institute
305 South Street
Jamaica Plain, Mass 02130
Registration is required for this event and can be completed online. To register, and for complete information on all speakers, to learn more about this event, its history, Dr. William Hinton, directions and parking, and accessibility, please visit the DPHP web site: