6-0400
THE (IN)EQUALITIES OF GLOBAL HEALTH: E-HEALTH AND TELEMEDICINE THROUGH THE LENS OF CRITICAL MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
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Reviewed By: Society for Medical Anthropology
Sunday, November 18, 2012: 12:15 PM-2:00 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Tanja Ahlin (University of Amsterdam) and Victor Braitberg (University of Arizona, Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology)
Chairs:  Adrienne Pine (American University)
Discussants:  Mark Nichter (University of Arizona)
12:15 PM
Health Care and Cybernetic Control: Imagining Telemedicine As Organizational Complex (1950-1970)
Victor Braitberg (University of Arizona, School of Anthropology; School of Information Resources and Library Science)
1:00 PM
Online Motherly Advice:  Consolidation of Biomedical Hegemony Through Peer Communication On Slovenian Health Forums
Tanja Ahlin (University of Amsterdam) and Katerina Vidner Ferkov (University of Nova Gorica)
1:30 PM
Decentering HIV Specialty Care
Jane Moeckli (Department of Veterans Affairs), Sarah S Ono (Department of Veteran Affairs), Dena Dillon (Department of Veterans Affairs) and Michael Ohl (Department of Veterans Affairs)
1:45 PM
Discussant
Mark Nichter (University of Arizona)