Lauren Taylor: Joining Forces: A Story of Science and Religion in Rural Ghana
Sun, Feb 1. 6:30PM - 9:30PM
Humanist Community at Harvard 30 JFK Street, 4th Floor Cambridge, United States
How do science and religion interact in the delivery of mental health care in one region of Ghana? Lauren Taylor will guide a discussion about the value and limits of "taking religion seriously" in efforts to improve health and protect human rights worldwide.
Lauren, a Masters of Divinity candidate, studies global health and medical ethics at Harvard Divinity School. She co-authored The American Health Care Paradox.
Books will be available for purchase at this event.
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