Dr. Maureen 'Micki' McCue has traveled, consulted, and worked extensively around the world as a physician, researcher, and peace maker. She served as physician to 500 US and Soviet Citizen Diplomats during the cold war walking from Leningrad to Moscow in the former Soviet Union. Her PhD research included working with leading medical professionals and former female combatants during the Sandanista Revolution in Nicaragua.In 2005 she met and subsequently interviewed for an award winning film, Dr. Salam Ismael founder of Iraqi Doctors for Peace. As an adjunct Clinical Professor in the Colleges of Public Health and of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Dr. McCue teaches a variety of Health and Human Rights topics including War or Health. She has coordinated the Iowa Chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) since 2003 working to halt the gravest threats to human health and survival, specifically the threat of climate disruption and nuclear proliferation.For more information on the Foreign Relations Council visit their website.A complete list of available streaming videos can be found at citychannel4.com/video
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