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INVITED SEMINARS OR LECTURES (continues):
Smitherman H: Guest Speaker on African-American male health issues. Wayne State University Nation of Winners Organization - "Let the Healing Begin Conference," Detroit MI, June 19, 1995.
Smitherman H: African-American health/economic status. Detroit Public Schools/Detroit Medical Center Compact Program, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit MI, July 6,
Smitherman H, Pieper B: Altered bleeding time associated with Ibuprofen and Zidovudine use. American College of Physicians - Michigan Scientific Meeting, Traverse City MI, September 21-24, 1995.
Smitherman H: Interview for the New Center Newspaper: Article on Education/Health in the Detroit Public Schools,” November 1995.
Smitherman H: Featured Panelist and Workshop Facilitator for conference on "Cultural Sensitivity in Health Care - Professional Development." Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit MI, November 4, 1995.
Smitherman H: A report on the 1995 Million Man March; as health care providers where do we go from here and how do we outreach to our community. Medical Office of Special Programs/Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit MI, November 6, 1995.
Programs/Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit MI, January 16, 1996.
Smitherman H: Health status of African-Americans in Detroit. Interview: WCHB 1200 AM, Detroit MI, January 16, 1996.
Smitherman H: The financing of health care: What is our future? Ambulatory Grand Rounds, Department of Internal Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit MI, January 23, 1996
Smitherman H: TV Interview on Channel 2 (Detroit) - Part of a series on Obesity in the African-American Community, Detroit MI, January 24, 1996.
Smitherman H: Lecture on teenage pregnancy and homicide in the African-American community. Markham Illinois School District, January 25, 1996.
Smitherman H: A summary of the 3rd African / African-American Summit in Dakar,
The health status of African-Americans.
Medical Office of Special
Senegal, West Africa. Journal Club, Medical Office Special University School of Medicine, Detroit MI, August 29, 1995.