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Volume 5, Number 41Space holderOct. 12, 2001
Photo of Powell and Van Ottingham

More photos from UW-wide Day of Reflection and Engagement: Healthcare Perspectives

Photo of Oberle

UW research nurses Judy Powell and Lois Van Ottingham answer questions about their experience caring for persons fleeing the collapsing World Trade Center towers.

Photo of Anderson, Van Voorhis and Jarvis

Mark Oberle, associate dean of the School of the UW School of Public Health and Community Medicine, in front of his slide on Biological Terrorism: Systems and Symptoms.

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Pharmacy Professor Gail Anderson chats with Wes Van Voorhis, UW associate professor of medicine, and his wife, Rev. Debra Jarvis, a medical chaplain, before their talk on outreach at Ground Zero.

Photo of bioterrorism lecture

Marvin Taylor, director of UW 's Health Emergent International Services (HEIS), talks about his experiences in humanitarian service this spring in Afghanistan.

Speakers at the bioterrorism lecture look over reporting charts for infectious diseases in King County.

Photo of Migdal at brown-bag discussion Photo of Conte

Jon Conte of the School of Social Work leads a discussion on managing trauma in ones own life and in the lives of others.

At the Fialkow Pavilion, Joel Migdal, the Robert F. Philip Professor of International Studies, holds a brown-bag lunch discussion on the Middle East in the new millennium.

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