on child, sexual abuse
Continuing Medical Education and the Jane Fonda Center are cosponsoring
a physician conference on child and sexual abuse, April 25 at the
Sheraton Buckhead Hotel.
The event will feature lectures on how to recognize signs of abuse,
as well as workshops on topics such as dealing with adolescent sexual
issues, “Brittle Bones: Differential Diagnosis,” sexually
transmitted diseases and recent research findings.
The course is worth a maximum of 7.5 CME credits. Tuition of $69
includes continental breakfast, lunch and course materials. For
more information, call 404-727-5695.
The Office of Finance and Bursar announced last week that the University’s
business mileage reimbursement rate has been increased to 36 cents
per mile (up from 34 cents per mile).
The rate is established based on a periodic review. This change
is effective for all travel occurring on or after April 15.
Film tells story
of Polish deportation
The 2000 film A Forgotten Odyssey, which details the deportation
of more than 1.7 million Polish citizens to labor camps in Siberia
and Kazakhstan during World War II, will be screened in White Hall
207, Wednesday, April 23 at 8 p.m. The screening is free and open
to the public.
The 52-minute documentary was written and produced by Jagna Wright,
a London-based Polish filmmaker. The film is in English and Polish
with English subtitles.
April 22 is Earth
Emory will hold its annual Earth Day celebration on Tuesday, April
22, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. outside the Dobbs Center.
To find out more, call 404-727-9504.