UIC News Release
"Sound Off On Health Care: Let Your Voices Be Heard" The public will
have a chance to discuss health care policy issues with a distinguished
panel of professionals, legislators, scholars and health advocates at a
town hall meeting hosted by the University of Illinois at Chicago's
Institute for Policy and Civic Engagement.
Confirmed speakers include:
--Dr. Damon T. Arnold, director of Illinois Department of Public Health
--Dr. Sam Dudley, chief of cardiology at UIC
--Aida Giachello, director of UIC's Midwest Latino Health Research
Training and Policy Center
--State Sen. Mattie Hunter
--former State Sen. Emil Jones, Jr.
--Dr. Hong Liu, executive director of the Asian Health Coalition
--Chicago Health Commissioner Dr. Terry Mason
--State Rep. David Miller
--Malik Nevels, executive director of the Illinois African American
Coalition for Prevention
--Dr. Javette Orgain, assistant dean of the UIC College of
Medicine/Urban Health Program
5 p.m. - dinner
6 p.m. - presentations and panel discussion
725 W. Roosevelt Road
The public is invited, registration is required. Contact the UIC
Institute for Policy and Civic Engagement, (312) 355-0098 or visit
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NOTE: Please refer to the institution as the University of Illinois at
Chicago on first reference and UIC on second reference.
"University of Illinois" and "U. of I." are often assumed to refer to
our sister campus in Urbana-Champaign.