Tuesday, March 28, 9-10am, Oberndorf Auditorium
Moving Beyond the Impasse:
Discussing Death & Dying with African Americans
Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds, MD, MS, MPH
Assistant Professor of OBGYN
Indiana University School of Medicine
Routine Pelvic Examinations: The Emperor’s New Clothes in 3 Sizes?
Safe, legal but not quite rare: The decline in abortion in the United States and the potential reasons behind it
Rachel K. Jones, PhD
RESIDENT RESEARCH DAY
Laurel W. Rice, MD
Professor and Department Chair of OBGYN
Andrew Leavitt, MD
Marcelle Cedars, MD
University of California, San Francisco
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