NASHVILLE, Tenn. Meharry Medical College will hold a community viewing of "Service to Man," a film about a young man attending Meharry in the 1960's, on Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Cal Turner Family Center for Student Education Auditorium at 2 pm.
In the turbulent Spring of 1968, an ambitious white student from Brooklyn finds himself an outcast at Meharry, Nashville's legendary, all-black medical school. There, he and his peers battle the intricate mysteries of medicine, demanding professors and each other in their quest to become healers.
There is no charge to attend the community viewing. The Cal Turner Family Center for Student Education Auditorium is located on Meharry's campus at 1011 21st Avenue North.
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About the Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance
Founded in 1999, the Alliance bridges the institutions of Meharry Medical College and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Its mission is to enrich learning and advance clinical research in three primary areas -- community engagement, interprofessional education and research -- by developing and supporting mutually beneficial partnerships between Meharry Medical College, Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the communities they serve. Through community engagement, the Alliance serves a large community of stakeholders including surrounding universities and colleges, community organizations, faith-based outlets and community health centers. Its interprofessional education enhances students' interdisciplinary understanding and improves patient outcomes through integrated care. The research conducted provides access to experienced grant writers and materials supporting the grant application process and facilitates grant-writing workshops.