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Boston Interns 2002

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

2002 Kaiser Media Internships Program:

Week 12 program-August 18-21, 2002 Boston, MA
Accommodations: Sheraton Commander Hotel, 16 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

Sunday, August 18, 20026:00pm:Dinner, Sheraton Commander Hotel   Minuteman Room Review of the Internship, preview television intern tapesMonday, August 19, 20028:00am: Continental breakfast,  The 16 Garden Street Restaurant 9:00am: Board bus from hotel to go to Harvard School of Public Health (Contact: Terri Mendoza)677 Huntington Avenue, Kresge Building, Room 1109:30-10:20am:Environmental Health:  The Health Public Housing InitiativeJonathan Levy, Sc.D., Assistant Professor of Environmental Health & RiskAssessment, Departments of Environmental Health and Health Policy Management, Harvard School of Public Health10:30-11:20am:Tuberculosis Control:Claire Murphy, Community Development Coordinator, Tuberculosis Control Program, Boston Public Health Commission11:30-12:20pm: College Alcohol Study: Toben Nelson, Assistant Director of Program Evaluation for the College Alcohol Study, Department of Health & Social Behavior, Harvard School of Public Health12:30-1:30pm:LuncheonProgram Adjourns1:30pm:Depart Harvard; Walk to New England Journal of MedicineHarvard Medical School Library, Countway Library, 10 Shattuck Street 2:00-3:00pm:Meet with Dr. Gregory Curfman, Executive Editor and other invited editors3:15pm:Board bus for hotel3:30 onwards:Read 2002 Interns clips book6:30pm:Meet in hotel lobby; board bus6:45pm:Dinner:   The Helmand,  143 First StreetTuesday, August 20, 2002   8:30am:Continental breakfast, Minuteman Room 9:00-11:30:Review of Video Tapes for Television Interns:--George Strait, former Medical Correspondent, ABC Television News--Callie Crossley, former Health and Medical Producer,  20/20,  ABC Television12:00pmBoard bus at hotel12:30pm Working lunch with The Boston Globe health/science teamThe Boston Globe, 135 Morrissey Blvd, Boston, MA 021072:30pm:Board bus (Dan's Coach Service)3:00-5:00pm:Site Visit, Boston Healthcare for the Homeless, Barbara McInnis House,461 Walnut Avenue, Jamaica Plain, BostonBob Taube, Executive Director and Dr. Jim O Connell5:00 pm:Adjourn   Board bus to hotel 6:30pm:Meet in hotel lobby; board bus7:00pm:Dinner:   Filippo Ristorante  (with invited Boston reporters) 283 Causeway Street, Boston, MA  Wednesday, August 21, 2002** Please note   Please pack and check out of your room before breakfast; bring your luggage with youto the Minuteman room, or check with hotel bellstand.**8:30 am:Continental breakfast, Minuteman room 9:00am sharp:Clip Review Session:--Paul Delaney, Director, Initiative on Racial Mythology, and Member, National Advisory Committee, Kaiser Media Fellowships Program    --Madge Kaplan, Senior Health Desk Editor, Marketplace Radio/WGBH--Phil Hilts, Health/Science Reporter, Boston Bureau, New York Times 12:00pm:Buffet lunchEvaluations & Wrap Up1:30pm:Board bus at hotel for Airport (Dan's Coach Service)  

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