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Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth: “Code Black” Screening

Remsen Medical School Lounge Remsen Medical Sciences Building, 66 College Street, Hanover, NH, United States

Come join us for a discussion of current topics in Emergency Medicine and a screening of the new documentary "Code Black." This is an introduction | recruiting event for BRI Dartmouth Chapter, which is currently under formation. We are c-booth-traumapartnering with our friends in Dartmouth's Health Policy Special Interest Group to make this event happen. Park in the medical school parking lots, e.g., G, H, J, and Dewey. Snacks, appetizers and beverages will be served.


Dartmouth – Documentary: Wait ‘Till It’s Free

Dana Biomedical Library Rm 339 Hanover, NH, United States

Wait-til-ITs-Free---webCome and join us for dinner and a movie on Thursday, March 19th at 6pm in room #339 of the Dana Biomedical Library on the main campus. We'll run through a few quick announcements and then watch the new documentary on American healthcare, Wait Till It's Free. The film is a provocative look at healthcare that questions whether greater government involvement in the financing and delivery of healthcare would be a good thing. If you plan to attend, please RSVP so that we can order the right amount of food.


Dartmouth — Debate: Physician Aid in Dying — Should it Be Legal? 3 Viewpoints

Dartmouth, Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall Maynard Street, Hanover, NH, United States

Please join us for an evening of lively, thought-provoking debate as we look at three views on physician aid in dying. What are the moral, ethical, and medical ramifications of the question? How do we take care of the dying in a way that supports their and their family's wishes, while observing the many religious and scientific aspects of these decisions? Ultimately, who decides — the patient, the family, the society, or the physician?

We are proud to present three distinguished experts on the matter:

Green  Dr. Ronald Green, Professor of Religion/Dartmouth, Schwartz_Peter260x260BW  Peter Schwartz, Retired Chairman of the Board of the Ayn Rand Institute, and Robert Macauley, M.D.  Dr. Robert Macauley, Professor of Pediatrics, University of Vermont College of Medicine.


Dartmouth College, Geisel School of Medicine: Movie Screening — Poverty, Inc.

Dana Biomedical Library, Room #339 37 Dewey Field Road, Hanover, NH, United States

Poverty, Inc.: Fighting Poverty is Big Business; but who profits the most?

BRI Poverty Inc documentaryy

The entire Dartmouth community is invited to join us on Tuesday December 15th at 6pm for dinner and a free showing of the new, award-winning documentary Poverty, Inc., hosted by the TDI/Geisel Critical Issues Discussion Group.

The number of people existing on less than $2 a day has been reduced by 80% since 1970. This astounding accomplishment is not the result of foreign aid, or any other type of wealth redistribution. Development economists credit free enterprise and the rule of law with the lifting of 2 billion human beings out of absolute poverty. And as these people become wealthier, they also become healthier.

What can we learn from this accomplishment that we can apply to the US? Join us to see one side of the story you may not have thought about before.

BRI Dartmouth Poverty Inc screening flyer


Dartmouth — FILM NIGHT: Screening and discussion of obesity epidemic documentary “Fed Up”

Chilcott Auditorium 37 Dewey Field Road, Hanover, NH, United States

Join us for free refreshments and a screening of the obesity documentary "Fed Up." Filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig and journalist Katie Couric examine America's obesity epidemic and question the role of both the industry and government regulators in contributing to sickness. This BRI event is part of Dartmouth's Public Health week celebration.


Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth — Dartmouth Open House: Meet Benjamin Rush Institute!

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Auditorium A-D 1 Medical Center Dr, Lebanon, NH, United States

Dartmouth Open House


The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth Admissions Office will be hosting prospective students for Visiting Days. Please come to the Dartmouth Open House event and stop at Benjamin Rush Institute's table! Find out how BRI is working to protect the doctor-patient relationship.
Other student clubs and interest groups will also have information tables. The BRI-Dartmouth chapter looks forward to meeting you!