Participants will learn about different conflict management styles and strategies for facilitating interprofessional teams through challenging situations. St. Louis College of Pharmacy – Academic and Research Building. Sponsored by Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education at Washington University Medical Campus; St. Louis College of Pharmacy.
The WashU community will come together Feb. 19-20 for the fifth annual event. This year’s theme is “Dialogues Across Difference” and will focus on the ways we communicate with each other, particularly on difficult topics and during challenging times. Register for events on both Danforth and Medical campuses via the link.
Bergdoll will deliver a lecture and discussion. Sponsored by Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. Room 100.
Lecture: “Leveraging Local Expertise to Accelerate Health Equity and Wellness in the St. Louis Region and Beyond”
Bethany A. Johnson-Javois, MSW, Chief Executive Officer of the St. Louis Integrated Health Network (IHN) will speak on the IHN’s role in creating partnerships between community health centers and academic institutions to improve health equity in the St. Louis region and beyond. Sponsored by Division of Public Health Sciences, Department of Surgery. The Doll & Hill Teaching Room 2131, Taylor Avenue Bldg.
Dr. Lázoro Lima, the E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Chair in the Liberal Arts at the University of Richmond will give this public lecture. Reception beforehand starting at 3:15 p.m.
Student performance. Pillsbury Theatre. Sponsored by Dept. of Music.
This workshop will address some of the biggest challenges to effective implementation of interprofessional education–biases about other professions, fragmented interprofessional spaces and discomfort working across professions. Sponsored by Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education. Academic and Research Bldg 222.
Strategic planning for successful advocacy-National, state and local examples of human rights and trafficking legislation.
Part III, Federal and Sate Laws: Overviews and Gaps. HTCN and NCJW jointly offer a four part speaker series to help community members fully understand national and local law making procedures. Institute of Public Health, 600 S. Taylor Ave., St. Louis 63110. Doll & Hill Room, 2nd Floor. RSVP via the link.
The second annual Lawlor Lecture in Health and Social Services at the Brown School will feature Dr. Harold Pollack. Part of the vision of the lecture series is to bring together social work, public health and policy, in research and education.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
Three-day symposium series and art exhibit on the history of syphilis control in St. Louis. Curated by Brown School alumna and principal investigator of Earth and Her Flowers Project, Najjuwah Walden. Sponsored by Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Equity and the Missouri Humanities Council. See link for dates, times and locations.
February 21, 2019 * 4:45 pm
Part of ‘The Legacy of the Refugees in Exile (1933-1945)’ workshop. Sponsored by University Libraries. Special Collections Classroom.
February 28, 2019 * 4:30 pm
The opening of three new book arts exhibitions featuring Ken Botnick, Buzz Spector, Delmas Book Arts Fellows and the Nancy Spirtas Kranzberg Studio for the Illustrated Book. Sponsored by University Libraries. Located on Level 1.
Exhibition Reception for ‘Illustration Across Media: Highlights from the DB Dowd Modern Graphic History Library’
March 21, 2019 * 6pm
The exhibition explores the history, context, and theory of illustration in the United States from 1880-1980. Sponsored by University Libraries. Located on Level 1.