Black Men in White Coats Virtual Film Screening

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America’s Navy is proud to support the mission of Black Men in White Coats and to provide Navy Medicine’s Active Duty, Reserve, and HPSP members with the opportunity to join. 

The screening will take place over a 72-hour window, from Tuesday, March 16 – Thursday, March 18. The below link will allow participants to view the film either at home or in a socially distant group setting. 

https://www.indiescreening.com/screenings/452

As each participant registers for the screening via the link above, he/she will receive an email with a coupon code to access the film. Once the screening window begins on March 16, participants will have three days to complete the screening on their personal devices. They will be able to start and stop or return to the film at another time during the three-day window. Automated reminders will be sent to those who register. 

The Navy is also hosting a post-screening virtual event on Friday, March 19 at 12:00 PM CST, featuring current and prospective black Navy doctors. Included will be a discussion about the film, a Q&A session with panel members and information about Navy medical scholarships. We ask that you please share this opportunity with everyone who screens the film, especially other personnel in the hospital who may be interested in pursuing a career in the Medical Corps. The link to register is included below. Space is limited!

https://a_path_forward_become_a_doctor_the_navy_way.eventbrite.com

Please reach out with any questions regarding the film screening or the follow-up event.  You can email LCDR Jennifer Eng-Kulawy (contact in the global) in the Corps Chief’s Office with any questions. 

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