Join us virtually at the University of Birmingham, UK to meet an international team of scholars, practitioners, and students!
Dr. Negin Fouladi, Doctoral and Master's students from the Department of Health Policy and Management Phil Gordon, Lola Ajayi, Busola Odubayo and Dr. Ada Offurum, Medical Director of the UMMC Physician Advisory Group are excited to visit the University of Birmingham, UK for the second International Universitas 21 Health Research Exchange (U21HREx) Symposium September 25-29th.
They will present on the US Healthcare System and the Impact of US Abortion Laws on Women's Health and run several student and early career researcher professional development workshops. They will also meet with University of Birmingham Leadership and Chief Executives of the Birmingham Medical Center to develop joint academic, research, and practice initiatives to foster student and early career researcher development in health policy, services, and management.
In person event Monday September 25th- Panel on National Health Systems Across the Globe: 10am- 12:30pm BST (5am-7:30am EST), session will be recorded and shared with SPH.
Online Event Wednesday September 27th- PhD and Early Career Researcher Networking Enrichment Workshop: 9am-11am EST, virtual registration open. The time noted on the flyer is BST.
Online Event Thursday September 28th- Special topics seminar on the Impact of US Abortion Laws on Women's Health and Healthcare: 9am-11am EST, virtual registration open. The time noted on the flyer is BST.
In person event Friday September 29th- Health Services Management Center Careers Workshop: 10:30am- 12:00pm BST (5:30am-7am EST), session will be recorded and shared with SPH.
Register for the online events using Flyer QR codes and please contact Dr. Negin Fouladi (firstname.lastname@example.org) for symposium information and how to get involved with U21HREx!
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Disability Accommodations: Please contact Professor Mark Exworthy: M.Exworthy@bham.ac.uk or Dr. Amarpreet Kaur: email@example.com at least one week prior to the event to request disability accommodations.