2018-19 Wisdom & Well Being Speaker Series
Nicole Defenbaugh, PhD, VAHT, Clinical Communications Specialist
My Life With an Invisible Illness Autoethnography as Reflective Practice & Clinical Research
Friday, Oct. 19th | Noon-1:00pm Sandridge Auditorium (McKim)
Lunch served on first-come basis at 11:30am
*subsequent speakers & dates TBA
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