Interdisciplinary expert panelists will provide insight into the roles that lawyers and other professionals play in securing health care for Durham's most at-risk populations, including immigrants, victims of domestic violence, homeless people, HIV-positive patients, and inmates. The panelists are: Stephanie Triantafillou, MPH, Coordinator of LATCH (Local Access to Coordinated Healthcare) at Duke; Rebecca Reyes, MSW, MDiv, Coordinator of Latino Health Project at Duke Clinics; Barbara Sheline, MD, MPH, Family physician at Duke Family Medicine Clinic; and Danielle Briggs, JD (Duke), Health Law Specialist at Legal Aid-Pittsboro. Organized by Albert Schweitzer Fellows from the Duke Schools of Law, Medicine and Nursing and from the NCCU School of Public Administration. Lunch provided. This event will be webcast. For further information please contact Patricia Hammond @email@example.com.
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