On behalf of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, the Office of Field Education and Practice invites you to attend the How I Live – a Documentary Film Screening and Panel Discussion on September 7, 2023, as well as a presentation on “Impact Filmmaking as a Tool for Public Health Change” on September 6, 2023. Recent alumni worked on several projects related to the film (financial planning, impact strategy, storytelling, and implementation plan) and traveled to sites featured in the documentary, as a part of their practicum. This is a great way to explore immersive, hands-on learning experiences or international practicum work for those considering a project outside of the United States.
How I Live follows the stories of children with cancer in the Countries of Egypt, Myanmar, Guatemala, El Salvador and Ghana, and the healthcare teams working to treat them. Tickets for both days are free, but require registration. Please see below for more details.
Presentation: Impact Filmmaking as a Tool for Public Health Change
Hosts: Center for Health Communication ¦ Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
Venue: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Kresge Building, Room G2 *Lunch will be served*
Registration: Impact Filmmaking As A Tool For Public Health Change Tickets, Wed, Sep 6, 2023 at 1:00 PM | Eventbrite
Presentation: Documentary Film Screening + Panel Discussion of How I Live
Hosts: Countway Cinema ¦ Harvard Medical School
Venue: Rooms 102/203, Countway Library, Harvard Medical School
Registration: Countway Cinema: How I Live – Countway LibCal – Harvard Library. Countway Library of Medicine