[Blueboard] [Symposium] Nataranta sa Trangkaso: Mga Pangamba at Panganib sa Kasalukuyang Krisis

Dhea dhea at admu.edu.ph
Mon Oct 15 10:44:26 PHT 2001

Bahaginan at Ugnayan sa Kalusugan (BUKAL) Working Group at
Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC)
is sponsoring a symposium


Mga Pangamba at Panganib sa Kasalukuyang Krisis

on October 19, 2001  Friday
at the Conference Rm 1-2, Walter Hogan Conference Center
Institute of Social Order Bldg, Social Development Complex Ateneo de Manila
9 am to 12 noon
 Invited Speakers include:
Dr. Jimmy Galvez-Tan (Health Futures Foundation)
Dr. Gemiliano Aligui (Center for Infectious Diseases-Department of Health)
Dr. Elizabeth Protacio (University of the Philippines, Department of Psychology)
other speakers from UP College of Public Health, 
Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC), and Health Dev Institute
 For more information, please contact:
IPC at 426-6067 to 68; 426-6001 loc. 4653; email: ipc at pusit.admu.edu.ph

The BUKAL (Bahaginan at Ugnayan sa Kalusugan) Working Group, with the IPC as secretariat, also assists in the management of the Asiarph Website. Specifically, the site serves as venue for the knowledge networking of two projects, namely: Building Partnerships in People-Centered Health project of IPC and the Knowledge Management Component of the Resourcing Public Health (RPH) project of the Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA). This collaborative effort of IPC, FMA, and BUKAL provides the opportunity to discuss initiatives on the use of Information, Communication, and Technology (ICT) in Health.

In response to the health concerns over the "flu hysteria" in Manila last week, the BUKAL Working Group will be sponsoring a symposium on 19 October 2001 with the theme "Nataranta sa Trangkaso: Mga Pangamba at  Panganib sa Kasalukuyang Krisis." 

We hope you can attend this one day activity. 
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