From Nadine Ijaz in B.C.:
I am pleased to announce that I have been invited to present a special scientific Grand Rounds presentation entitled ‘Unpasteurized milk: myths and evidence’ to provincial public health staff at the BC Centre for Disease Control on Thursday May 16 from 12 noon to 1 pm. This invitation came in light of my recent research presentation at the Fresh Milk Food Politics event in Vancouver.
I have significantly revised the presentation to gear it to the important factors public health staff must consider in reviewing high-quality scientific evidence regarding raw milk safety and possible health benefits. This event represents a vital step in the long-sought pursuit of meaningful dialogue between advocates, producers, scientists, and government officials in Canada.
I warmly invite you to show your support for this event by tuning into the live webcast at 12 noon, Pacific Standard Time (3 pm Eastern Standard Time for folks in Ontario), this coming Thursday May 16, 2013. The link requires no pre-registration, and may be found at http://phsa.mediasite.com/mediasite/Play/b54b4be24bab4f4581ef0fdd8023d38d1d
For those unable to view the webcast live, the presentation will be archived at http://www.bccdc.ca/util/about/UBCCDC/GrandRounds/default.htm
— Nadine Ijaz