The Role of Religion and Culture in Shaping Global Health
As part of the "Decolonizing Global Health Series", the EMORY Global Health Institute is hosting its second session on the issue of "The Role of Religion and Culture in Shaping Global Health" on January 19th, 2021.
Organizer: EMORY Global Health Institute
- Abdullahi Ahmed An-Naìm, PhD: Charles Howard Candler Professor Emory Law
- Pushpa Parekh, PhD: Chair of African Diaspora & The World Program
- John Blevins, PhD: Associate Professor at Emory University
- Jeffrey P. Koplan, MD, MPH: Vice President for Global Health Emory University
To register for the panel discussion & breakout room sessions, please click here.