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This presentation will begin by addressing the diseases of poverty from a global health perspective. Examples and statistical data will then give way to a number of stories about various humanitarian organizations that are as innovative in their approach as they are successful in their outcomes. Inspirational stories as well as practical tools will round out this rich and engaging presentation.

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    creative humanitarian approaches to poverty

    Creative Humanitarian Approaches to 

    Poverty Alleviation and Sustainability: 

    Examples from the Field

    DR. CHRIS STOUT

    April 8th, 2016

    12:00 – 1:00pm CT

    Chicago Campus, Room 323 or via GoToWebinar

    This presentation will begin by addressing the diseases of poverty from a global health perspective. Examples and 

    statistical data will then give way to a number of stories about various humanitarian organizations that are as innovative 

    in their approach as they are successful in their outcomes. Inspirational stories as well as practical tools will round out 

    this rich and engaging presentation.

    Dr. Chris Stout is a licensed clinical psychologist and has a diverse background in various domains. He is the Founding 

    Director of the Center for Global Initiatives, a Top Ranked Healthcare Nonprofit, he’s on the faculty at the College of 

    Medicine and an Advisory Board Member to the Center for Global Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He was 

    on faculty at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and was a Visiting Professor at Rush University. He 

    served as a NGO Special Representative to the United Nations. He was a World Economic Forum’s Global Leader of 

    Tomorrow and invited faculty at their Annual Meeting in Davos. 

    Dr. Stout is a Fellow in three Divisions of the American Psychological Association, past­President of the Illinois 

    Psychological Association, and is a Distinguished Practitioner in the National Academies of Practice. He produced the 

    award–winning three volume set, The New Humanitarians and published or presented over 300 papers and 35 books, 

    two of which reached Best Seller status. His works have been translated into 8 languages. He was noted as being “one 

    of the most frequently cited psychologists in the scientific literature” in a study by Hartwick College. He’s received 

    numerous humanitarian awards and four honorary doctorates.

    Register via GoToWebinar at:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6015507653268694275