Strips & Needles–A Day in the Life: Opening Reception
Michael Lee Zirulnik, PhD, exhibit artist and type 1 diabetic, is a research instructor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix, Department of Bioethics & Medical Humanism.
Join us to celebrate the opening of Dr. Zirulnik’s exhibit, Strips and Needles—A Day in the Life.
This reception is sponsored by the Health Sciences Library, in partnership with the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Medical Humanities program.
About the Exhibit
Strips & Needles—A Day in the Life responds to a staggering reality: Nearly half of all people in the United States experience direct, adverse impacts of diabetes. The project benefits patients and families living with diabetes, health care providers and the general public. Building community, raising awareness and humanizing the patient are but a few impacts that translate into long-term, lasting change, particularly within the health care community.
This exhibit is on display in the Health Sciences Library, Room 2101, 1501 N. Campbell Ave. in Tucson. Face coverings are required to attend this event.