Tewksbury’s PHM has something for everyone
As part of the annual recognition of Public Health Week, The Public Health Museum will be presenting a series of events for the community April 3 – 8.
Through virtual and in-person programming, the museum will host legislators, public health professionals and the general public for a week of events covering historical and current public health information.
Learn about antibiotic resistance in our food supply with WIRED’s Maryn McKenna or receive Narcan training — you could save a life. Tour the museum and state hospital grounds, learn about rural health today in Massachusetts or visit a smallpox cemetery. There’s something for everyone.
See below for flyers for different events. All are free and open to everyone, though pre-registration is requested for planning. You can find more information and registration links here.
For more information, please email the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org
Full list of events.
Narcan training could save a life!
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