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The Native American Condition: Reversing the Downward Trends through Medical Science Education for Children
2/21/2013, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
**NOTE: Location and Time Change

ASNIYA: a philanthropic program designed to introduce medicine and teach preventative care to Native American children living on remote reservations.

Miles Cunningham, MD, PhD
ASNIYA Founder and Co-Director
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
McClean Hospital - Harvard Medical School

Richard V. (Rick) Abdoo
Board Member, ASNIYA
Habitat for Humanity Volunteer, Pine Ridge, South Dakota
Board of Directors, SuAnne Big Crow Boys and Girls Club, Pine Ridge

Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Medical Education and part of the TACCT Cultural Competencies Series.

This activity is approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™

No registration is required to attend this session.
OUWB School of Medicine, O'Dowd Hall
Room 110
Rochester MI, 48309
Contact Information
Senthil K Rajasekaran MD
(248) 337-0136

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