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Wed, May 22

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When Dis-, Mis-, and Incomplete Information Meet Health and Science: Impacts On Society and Well-being

Featuring Tufts University trustee and health care strategy advisor and advocate, Kalahn Taylor-Clark PhD, MPH.

 When Dis-, Mis-, and Incomplete Information Meet Health and Science: Impacts On Society and  Well-being
 When Dis-, Mis-, and Incomplete Information Meet Health and Science: Impacts On Society and  Well-being

Time & Location

May 22, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

See registration for location, Washington D.C.

About the event

When communities or individuals are misled or not fully informed about crucial health or science information, the impacts on public health and societal well-being can be consequential. Join the Institute for Storycraft and Information Gathering (ISIG) in an intimate fireside chat with Tufts University Trustee and health care strategy advisor and advocate, Kalahn Taylor-Clark PhD, MPH, who will share techniques and insights for how health advocates and the layperson can navigate this complex space, especially in the context of AI and built-in biases that affect marginalized groups. Register and RSVP here.

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