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Jul 09, 2013 CVP Faculty Dr. Hilary Seligman will be presenting at SFGH Grand Rounds Tuesday 7/23 12pm - 1pm at Carr Auditorium on "Obesity and America's Hidden Hunger Epidemic".
 


 
Jul 10, 2013 The UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations, the NIH/NIMHD funded Comprehensive Center of Excellence for Health And Risk in Minority Youth and young adults (CHARM) and Youth Speaks jointly present:
The Bigger Picture

See for yourself how local youth are using poetry to mobilize change in their communities. The presentation will feature spoken word performances by esteemed Youth Speaks poets on the social determinants of diabetes, highlighting youth voices around the epidemic. Dr. Dean Schillinger, Professor in Residence, UCSF, Former Chief of the California Diabetes Program will provide a brief introduction on the problem of diabetes in minority youth in CA.
When: Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 – 8am – 9am
Where: Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland: Out Patient Center (OPC) Auditorium located in the basement of the OPC building which is directly across the street from the main hospital and adjacent to the parking garage on 52nd street. http://goo.gl/maps/X1J1H
RSVP: Let us know if you are planning to attend by August 20th, at gourleyg@medsfgh.ucsf.edu
 


 
Jul 12, 2013 The UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations and the Pacific Rim Research Program present: “Social and economic disparities shaping health of older people in Latin America: The case of Chile”
Presented by: Professor Cecilia Albala MD, MPH Director, Public Health Nutrition Unit Institute of Nutrition and Food Technology University of Chile
When: Wednesday July, 24th, 3 - 4:30pm
Where: Center for Vulnerable Populations, 2789 25th Street, Ste.350, 3rd Floor, San Francisco
If you are unable to attend in person a GoTo Meeting is available. Please email Gato Gourley at gourleyg@medsfgh.ucsf.edu for GoTo Meeting login information. Light refreshments will be served
 


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