Many of us work in areas where the phrases, words and pronouns that we use are evolving. Some colleagues embrace that change, while other institutions and individuals do not. For example, in many areas, person-first language ("persons with obesity" rather than "obese persons") is now the norm. However, some have been slow to embrace it. This panel, featuring faculty members from a range of relevant disciplines across the College of Public Health, will discuss the importance of language in public health.
Connect via Zoom on Jan. 21 at 1 p.m. (EST): https://temple.zoom.us/j/95490192937