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The USC Community is invited to part 3 of 4 interactive video teleconferenced seminars on Mental Health & Social Work.
Thursday, April 12, 2007, 6 - 9 pm
USC Montgomery Ross Fisher Building, MRF 204
Presented by USC School of Social Work China Program.
Dr. Iris Chi, Golden Age Association/Frances Wu Chair for Chinese Elderly, will be leading a course this spring at Peking University. Three sessions from this course will be conducted via video teleconference, allowing participants in Beijing, China and here at the USC Park Campus to interact during the seminar. The fourth will be Student Presentations on various topics on mental health and China, followed by a Q&A session, signifying the conclusion of this 10 session intensive course on Mental Health and Social Work at Peking University.
Instructors: John Brekke, Ph.D., Frances Larson Professor of Social Work Research John Bola, Ph.D. Associate Professor
Brown Bag Seminar Convenor: Debbie Winters, MSW / LCSW, Clinical Instructor
To RSVP & more information, please contact: Suzan Luu, Program Coordinator for the China Program at email@example.com
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