Come together as a part of the TEDMED community and join the global conversation about what’s new and important in health and medicine.
Memorial Family of Services and Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences are bringing to Yakima a live conversation among leading thinkers and doers all passionate about shaping a healthier world. In this live streaming TEDMED session, learn about the impact of food on health. The event features a conscientious food capitalist; an urban food anthropologist; a geneticist who is re-engineering meat and dairy; a global food rights activist; and others who are reshaping what and how we eat.
TEDMED is a global community of leading multidisciplinary thinkers and doers all passionate about shaping a healthier world. It is best known for its annual 2½-day gathering that brings together inspiring speakers, influential delegates, innovative start-ups and a passionate global audience. In 2014, this audience spanned 140+ countries and over 200,000 participants representing those on the frontlines of health and medicine.
Join the conversation at this live-streaming event on Thursday, Nov. 19th from 5:30 to 7 p.m., in Memorial’s auditorium, 2811 Tieton Drive.
For further information, contact Bertha Lopez at BerthaLopez@yvmh.org