MAAAS Conference Schedule
Friday, 21 Oct.
Joint Plenary #1: Richard Appiah, University of Ghana
Tailoring Research to Context: Revisiting the Informed Consent Process and Ethico-Cultural Issues in Community-Based Research in sub-Saharan Africa
Joint Plenary #2: Davison Munodawafa, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe
Health as Key Driver for Development in Africa: The missing link?
Joint Plenary #3: Folashade Agusto, University of Kansas, USA
COVID-19: Modeling the impact of human behavior and perception of risks on disease transmission
Lunch on Own
MAAAS Panel #1
MAAAS Panel #2
Distinguished Professor Lecture: Peter Ukpokodu, University of Kansas, USA
Covid-19 and Global Africa from the Lenses of a Humanist
MAAAS Dinner Reception
Saturday, 22 Oct.
MAAAS Roundtable #1:Helping Healthcare Providers Understand Black, African American, African Immigrants and Refugee Patients in KC (Leylah Ndinda, Estella Fondzeka, Essence Miller, Elisha Mutarahaza, Khulud Khudur)
MAAAS Panel #3
Lunch and Business Meeting
Africana Art Exhibition by Dr. Hassaballa Omar Hassaballa
MAAAS Panel #4
MAAAS Panel #5
MAAAS Roundtable #2:Everyday Considerations and Everyday Resilience in the Life of a Black, African American, African immigrant, or Refugee in the Midwest (Kim Weaver, Belinda Chege, Salma Abdalla, Taj Suleyman, Farris Muhammad)