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MEDIA ADVISORY: MU Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs to Host Health Care Researcher

Lecture aims to expose students and faculty to distinguished academics

October 28th, 2014

Story Contact: Nathan Hurst, 573-882-6217, hurstn@missouri.edu

By Fran Webber

WHAT: The Monroe-Paine Distinguished Lecture in Public Affairs

WHO: Liz Greenway, associate at Tavistock Consulting and doctoral student at the University of East London, will present “Consultancy and Deregistration to a Care Home for the Longstay Mentally Ill: You Can Take Stig Out of the Dump, But Can You Take the Dump Out of Stig?”.

Greenway is an integrative psychotherapist, cognitive analytic therapy practitioner and psychodynamic organization therapist who has worked in primary care and homeless charities. She intends to research the impact of healthcare changes in England on health professionals.

WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, 1:30 p.m.

WHERE: N206 Memorial Union
RSVP to trumanevents@missouri.edu

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