Subject: Making tough decisions when delivering cross-culture care - Wed. 6:00 - RSVP required
What do you tell a patient with cancer when her family asks you to withhold that information from her? Can you deliver a child when asked to do so in a rural East African clinic? What should you do if you disagree with your local supervisor’s clinical decision? 
Discuss the tough decisions people make in cross-cultural healthcare environments on a daily basis. 
Please join us for a dinner discussion centered on several real-world case studies organized by the Healthcare Living Learning Community and MEDLIFE, this WEDNESDAY evening. RSVP required. 
Dr. Lisa V. Adams,
Associate Dean for Global Health at Geisel 
Global Heath Initiative Director, Dickey Center
Dilemmas in Global Health and Cross-Culture Care
during dinner on Wednesday, January 11th at 6:00 pm 

Dr. Adams is the Associate Dean for Global Health, an Associate Professor of Medicine, and the Director of the Center for Health Equity at Geisel. She has worked in domestic and international TB control for 25 years. She teaches courses on global health to medical and college students, and is currently engaged with local partners in Swaziland to improve delivery of TB care services to children and persons living with HIV.