Many important conferences are scheduled from September to the end of the year. Last week I was fortunate to be able to attend the second annual meeting of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health at the University of Washington here in Seattle. I’ll report on that later.
Some other notable conferences, including those in which I am involved in running and/presenting, are:
International “Selling Sickness” Conference in Amsterdam, October 7-8, sponsored by the Dutch Ministry of Health and Health Care Inspectorate, Gezonde Scepsis, Healthy Skepticism International, and the World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe.
While I won’t get to be there in person, my poster will be there and also posted here on the blog .
Summit VI of the Washington State Coalition for Language Access (WASCLA) will take place in Seattle on October 15-16. Run entirely by volunteers, including yours truly, I’m on the team organizing the conference and also a presenter for a plenary session on Community Advocacy & Engagement. And FYI to those interested in attending: early bird registration rates have been extended to October 1.
The Diversity Rx 7th National Conference on Quality Health Care for Culturally Diverse Populations will be held in Baltimore on October 18-21. Sadly I’ll be missing this top-notch biannual event.
Heading into November, the Washington State Pharmacy Association will hold its annual meeting in Vancouver, WA on the 5th and 6th, where together with pharmacist and attorney colleagues from WASCLA, we’ll be speaking on Language Access at the Pharmacy.