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Herbert Charles Smitherman, Jr., MD, MPH, FACP Curriculum Vitae Page 25

INVITED SEMINARS OR LECTURES (continues):

100.

Smitherman H: “Estrogen and the Detroit MI, September 17, 1998.

Heart”,

Wayne

State

University

School

of

Medicine,

  • 101.

    Smitherman H: Presentation on “Health Status of the Elderly in Detroit” to the Hannan Foundation, Detroit MI, September 14, 1998.

  • 102.

    Smitherman H: Presentation at Tried Stone Baptist Church, “Healthy Community, Healthy Men”, Detroit MI, September 20, 1998.

103.

Smitherman H: American Medical Association Presentation and Interactive Workshop on “Partnering with Communities to Improve Health and Health Care Delivery”, University of Michigan School of Medicine, Ann Arbor MI, October 10, 1998.

104.

Smitherman H: Keynote Address at Greater Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 80th Anniversary, “We Must Keep Moving Forward, Improving African-American Health”, Detroit MI, October 30, 1998.

105.

Health

Church,

“Church-based

Baptist

Smitherman H: Guest Speaker at Tried Practices”, Detroit MI, November 8, 1998.

Stone

106.

Smitherman H: Guest Speaker at Little Rock Baptist Church, “Reclaiming the Promise, Improving the Health of African-Americans”, Detroit MI, November 8, 1998.

107.

Smitherman H, Elrod R: Presentation on “Complicated Malaria”, Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, Detroit Receiving Hospital/Wayne State University, January 28, 1999.

108.

Smitherman H: Guest Speaker at Second Ebenezer Baptist Church, “Safe Center, Inc.- A Youth and Family Services Agency”, “Improving the Quality of Life in the Family for Urban Detroiters, Reclaiming the Village and Strengthening the Family, Health Status Improvement Solutions”, Detroit MI, February 22,1999.

109.

Smitherman H: Presentation on “Health Status of the African-American Community”, Internal Medicine, Grand Rounds, Mercy Hospital, Detroit MI, February 25, 1999.

110.

Smitherman H: Guest Speaker Healthcare: Ending the Cycle of

on “Involving the African-American Community in Dependency”, for the “African-American Health Care

Experiences in Southeast Michigan: How the Past Shapes Today and Tomorrow, Kellogg

African-American African-American

Health Care Project National History, Detroit MI, February

Conference”, 26, 1999.

Charles

Wright

Museum

of

111.

Smitherman H: Guest Speaker at The National Association of Health Services Executive Conference, Lake Buena Vista, FL, April 28-May 1, 1999.

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