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A Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health event - "New Strategies for Health Promotion: Steering Clear of Ethical Pitfalls"

New Strategies for Health Promotion: Steering Clear of Ethical Pitfalls, Apr 28-29, 2011


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“New Strategies for Health Promotion: Steering Clear of Ethical Pitfalls”

This two-day conference, one in an annual series devoted to ethical issues in population and global health, will examine the ethics of new strategies for health promotion currently under development in the United States and in developing countries. The goal of the conference is to identify potential ethical pitfalls of these interventions so that ethical problems and controversies do not reduce their potential benefit for population health.

This year’s conference is a collaborative effort between the Harvard Program in Ethics and Health, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University, Harvard Kennedy School, and the World Bank. Speakers are drawn from academia, government, NGOs, industry, and labor.

To learn more, view the day one and day two conference agendas.

Dates and times:

Dates: Thursday, April 28 and Friday April 29, 2011
Times: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Location:

The Inn at Longwood Medical (Best Western Boston), Longwood Hall
342 Longwood Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts

Registration

Registration is now closed. See you at the event.