Margaret Holmes-Rovner to speak at Fall Colloquium for the Center for Personalized Prevention Research in Children’s Mental Health

Professor Margaret Holmes-Rovner has been invited to speak as a part of the Fall 2012 Colloquium Series of the University of Minnesota’s Center for Personalized Prevention Research in Children’s Mental Health (CPPR). Professor Holmes-Rovner’s lecture, Preference formation in the face of evidence: What options do we offer patients in screening programs?, will take place on Thursday, October 18.

For more information on CPPR and the Fall 2012 Colloquium Series, please see their website.

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2 Responses to Margaret Holmes-Rovner to speak at Fall Colloquium for the Center for Personalized Prevention Research in Children’s Mental Health

  1. Megan says:

    What is the time and location of this event?

    • Thanks for your interest – I am sorry to say that this event is at the University of Minnesota. We typically do not list specific information for our faculty’s speaking engagements which are not local, but you can see that information on the flyer for the Colloquium here.

      The purpose of this post was to let others know the kinds of activities our faculty are involved in. I apologize for any confusion.

      Center for Ethics Staff

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