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INVITED SEMINARS OR LECTURES (continues):
H: Effects of
Structural Adjustments Programs Bahamas, August 19 - 20, 1996.
Smitherman H: New HCFA Regulations. Harper Hospital, Detroit MI, August 28, 1996.
Smitherman H: Adult Preventive Services. WWJ radio interview. Detroit MI, September
The relationship between Economic Status and Health Status of the
African Diaspora - The Social Theory of Underdevelopment. Medicine Grand Rounds, Detroit MI, September 11, 1996.
Smitherman H: Interview TV 2 (Detroit) "Why men don't go to the doctor". Detroit MI, September 12, 1996.
Smitherman H: Interview WCHB (radio) "Why men don't go to their physician" Detroit, MI, September 12, 1996.
Smitherman H: 1996.
Interview WWJ (radio) "Stress Reduction" Detroit MI, September 20,
Smitherman H: Institutional Leadership Conference. “Need for the Development of an Urban Policy: A Health Perspective.” Tried Stone Baptist Church. Detroit MI, October 3,
The Role of an Academic Health Center in the Life of the Detroit
Community; Health Care a Local Profile. The Detroit Orientation Institute. Wayne State University College of Urban, Labor, and Metropolitan Affairs, Harper Hospital, October 14, 1996.
Smitherman H: Student National Medical Association (SNMA) Regional V Conference, "The Effects of Managed Care on the 21st Century Physician" and "the Future of Public Health: Caring for our Community." Detroit MI, October 18-19, 1996.
Smitherman H: “The role of the academic health system in our urban Detroit community”. Presentation to the Mayor of Detroit and area health system executives, Detroit MI, November 13, 1996.
Smitherman H: “Minorities are few in Medical School Faculty” Newspaper interview Health Care Weekly Review, Detroit MI, November 26, 1996.
Smitherman H: The socio-economic status of African-Americans. The Third Annual Call to Action Summit, The Detroit Urban League Conference “Breaking Psychological Barriers to Mental and Spiritual well being in the African-American Community.” Detroit MI, December 11, 1996.