For a moment, imagine what it’s like to live in an under-vaccinated society.
The movie Invisible Threat premiered in January and explores this very topic. Members of the USF and local community are invited to join the College of Public Health for a fascinating film on “the science of disease and the risks facing society.”
Held in conjunction with World Health Day, the screening is on Monday, April 7 from 5-8pm in the USF College of Public Heath Auditorium. The college is located at 13201 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. in Tampa.
The event includes free refreshments, prize drawings, and a Q & A panel discussion. Visit http://www.eventbee.com/v/pitch/boxoffice to reserve a seat in advance.
Invisible Threat is part of USF’s National Public Health Week celebration. Click here to read a full story on other festivities happening in the College of Public Health.