SPECIAL WEB-CAST PRESENTATION
MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1:30 P.M. EDT
RACE, ETHNICITY AND HEALTH: AN HISTORICAL OVERVIEW
The role of historical analysis in furthering our
understanding of how issues of race and racism
have influenced the development of American health care.
Dr. Vanessa Northington Gamble
Director and Associate Professor
Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity
in Medicine, History of Medicine and Family Medicine
University of Wisconsin at Madison
Originating from the School of Public Health at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, this lecture is the Keynote Address for the 5th
Annual Summer Public Health Research Videoconference on Minority Health,
which continues from June 14 through June 18, 1999. The other
presentations are available at licensed sites around the country via KU
band satellite broadcast or on-site at the School of Public Health.
WEB SITE ADDRESSES
to view the web-cast
for information about the Videoconference, including topics, speakers,
Videoconference sites, and how to become a licensed Videoconference site.
for information about the UNC School of Public Health Minority Health Project
to test your version of RealPlayer and computer set-up
TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS TO VIEW THE WEB-CAST
- Computer with (at least) Pentium-class processor, 16MB RAM, 50 MB of free
space on hard drive, 28.8K modem, 16-bit sound card, speakers, 65,000-color
video display card (video).
- Internet access and E-mail to outside world
- Netscape (3.0 or higher) (or Internet Explorer 4.0) and RealPlayer.
We recommend that you test your set-up in advance to make sure that
you have the requried version of RealPlayer. An archived web-cast is at:
This special web-cast presentation is made possible through the UNC School
of Public Health in collaboration with the National Center for Health
Statistics/Centers for Disease Control and the Association of Schools of
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