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Revolutionary Learning: Using Games and Simulations to Solve Critical Issues in Public Health Participate/ Play/Produce- in a Symposium of Learning Adventures

Join nationally renowned public health experts Dr. Don Wright, Assistant Deputy Secretary and Dr. Linda Harris, U.S. Health and Human Services Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Dr. Richard Riegelman, George Washington University, Dr. Manny Dominguez, Veteran’s Health Administration, Dr. Lynn Fiellin from play2PREVENT Lab at Yale Medical College, Silicon Valley telemedicine guru Akhila Satish, stellar game designers such as Lee Sheldon (RPI), Lindsay Grace (American University), Scott Martin (George Mason), Randy Brown (Virtual Heroes) and assessment-success experts Dr. Elizabeth Holmes, US Naval Academy, and Dr. Mark Milliron, Civtas Learning,  in a dynamic hands-on one day symposium addressing critical issues in public health through the innovations of games and simulations. The event will take place at The Renaissance Hotel, 999 9th Street NW and includes a free breakfast, lunch and a networking reception following Dr. Wright and Dr. Harris’s presentation.

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The keynote address will be presented by game and simulation pioneer Ms.Sharon Sloane, President & CEO, and Lyn McCall, COO of WILL Interactive. This is an active symposium – be prepared to participate!

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