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Lecture by Professor Stephen E. Lankenau , a professor at Drexel University School of Public Health (Philadelphia, USA), Thursday, April 11 from 12:45 to 13:45 EHESP (small amphitheater).

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A delegation of five teachers and three graduate students from Drexel University School of Public Healthsera also present in Rennes on 11 and 12 April to talk with teachers and heads of departments EHESP to promote and strengthen collaboration between the two institutions.

The members of the delegation are:

  • Stephen Lankenau, PhD - Associate Professor and Doctoral Program Director Department of Community Health and Prevention
    "Dr. Stephen E. Lankenau is a sociologist Have you combined public Health Concerns and ethnographic methods to the study of high-risk youth, out-of-treatment drug users, homelessness, and HIV / AIDS "
  • Seth L. Welles, ScD, PhD - Professor and Interim Chair, (and Doctoral Program Director) - Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
    "Research Focus: Cancer, Health Disparities, HIV / AIDS, Infectious diseases, History of public health, Sexually transmitted diseases, Social and Psychiatric"
  • Ann Carroll Klassen, PhD - Associate Dean for Research - Professor and Chair, Department of Community Health and Prevention
    "Klassen's public health research HAS Focused on the social determinants of chronic disease Disparities, and the implementation and assessment of individual and contextual interventions to Reduce patterns of excess burden. Her expertise includes methodologic and GIS-based spatial analysis, as well as qualitative and mixed methods for social science research. "
  • Dr. Daryl Brown - Associate Professor and Doctoral Program Director - Department of Health Management & Policy
    "Research Interests include patient-reported outcomes and quality of care research, and comparative cost effectiveness, quantitative and qualitative experimental design, and health outcomes. "
  • Mark Shannon - Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs - Director of Global Public Health Initiatives
    "Research Focus: Health Disparities, Environmental health International health, Agricultural safety"

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The conference is held under the scientific symposium doctoral network EHESP to be held in Paris (Ministry of Health) on 15 and 16 April 2013. Theme of this symposium, "mixed methods." Discover the program of scientific meetings of the doctoral Public Health Network.

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