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Herbert Charles Smitherman, Jr., MD, MPH, FACP Curriculum Vitae Page 22

INVITED SEMINARS OR LECTURES (continues):

66.

Smitherman H: The Cycle of Dependency, the impact of socio-economic status on health. Department of Sociology, University of Michigan graduates seminar, “designing and evaluating Innovations in health care”, Ann Arbor MI, January 15, 1997.

67.

Smitherman H: The relationship between economic and health status in the African- American community, Booker T. Washington Business Association, (WMXD radio), Detroit MI, January 20, 1997.

68.

Smitherman H: The future for African-American physicians in the U.S. Black Medical Association keynote, Wayne State University, Detroit MI, January 24, 1997.

69.

Smitherman H: "Racism in America" Transitions Interview Channel 60 (TV), Detroit MI, January 1997.

70.

Smitherman H: “Reach out to Youth” program/physician panel member in an open forum. Black Medical Association, Wayne State University, Detroit MI, February 22, 1997.

71.

Smitherman H: Interview WMXD (radio) “Is there a relationship between racism and hypertension in African-Americans”, February, 1997.

72.

Smitherman H: “How to maximize your visit to your Primary Care physician” Interview (TV Channel 6) Comcast cable, Detroit MI, February, 1997.

73.

Smitherman H: Health career day for elementary school students “Steps to becoming a physician”, Herlong Cathedral School, Detroit MI, March 20, 1997.

74.

Smitherman H, Smitherman L: Parenting matters expo: It’s a Family Affair. “Raising a healthy African-American child”. Cobo Conference Center, Detroit MI, March 22, 1997.

75.

Smitherman H: A presentation of the DMC/WSU Urban Health Initiative, “A Vision Toward the Future”. Wayne State University, Detroit MI, March 26, 1997.

63.

Smitherman H: Descriptive Epidemiology, “The Health Status of African-Americans in the City of Detroit”. Evidence based medicine course 2nd year medical students, Wayne State University, Detroit MI, January 6, 1997.

64.

Smitherman H: Status of African-American physician in the 21st Century. University of Michigan Student National Medical Association, Ann Arbor MI, January 13, 1997.

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in the U.S. organization

Smitherman H: The relationship between economic University Michigan, Department of Sociology, course health care, Ann Arbor MI, January 15, 1997.

and health status on poverty and the

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