St. Luke’s International University Symposium will be held on the theme of “Current Issues and Expectations in Public Health Graduate Education”

In this symposium, we will introduce the educational goals of Graduate Schools of Public Health, and together
with internationally renowned experts, will present topics in public health most pertinent to our world today.
We have invited 3 speakers representing a diversity of backgrounds: 1) Professor from Johns Hopkins University,
Bloomberg School of Public, 2) Dean of the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida and Chair of
the Council on Education for public Health, and 3) CEO of the GHIT Fund. From the perspectives of an educator
in Public Health, a representative of a major public health program accreditation organization, and an MPH professional
active in the front lines of the public health field, we address the theme, "Current Issues and Expectations in Graduate Schools of Public Health".
We look forward to your participation in this symposium!

Date October 22, 2016 (Sat)
Time 13:00~17:00 (Reception starts at 12:00)
Venue Hinohara Hall, B1F OMURA Susumu & Mieko Memorial
St.Luke's Center for Clinical Academia
Capacity 250 people
Fee Free
Contact Info Center for Clinical Epidemiology / Graduate School of Public Health
Planning Office, St.Luke's International University 3-6-2 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0045 Japan
TEL:03-5550-4101 FAX:03-5550-4114 URL:
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