Join us for a special Harvard Medical School webinar series for clinicians and other health care professionals
Addressing Health Disparities: Clinical Insights on Race and Social Justice
In the context of the increased attention in the lay and medical press to structural racism in the aftermath of the recent high-profile deaths of African-Americans at the hands of the criminal justice system, this web series will examine the intersections of race and ethnicity, racism, sexual orientation, social justice and health to better understand the myriad ways these important factors lead to health care disparities in our communities.
Register to receive login access, as well as recordings of the sessions after they air.
Health Inequities and Social Justice for Sexual and Gender Minorities
Wednesday, October 19, 2022, from 1-2 PM EST
The LGBTQ+ population is disproportionately affected by health inequities, with lower rates of health insurance coverage, higher rates of socioeconomic factors predisposing to poor health, and lower access to and utilization of health services. These inequities are magnified in LGBTQ+ individuals that also belong to other minoritized groups, such as certain racial, ethnic and linguistic groups. In this webinar, we will review how structural and interpersonal discrimination affects LGBTQ+ populations across a range of health outcomes and discuss approaches to ensuring more equitable care for this population.
Ole-Petter Hamnvik, MBBCH, AAO, MMSc
Endocrinologist, Center for Transgender Health, BWH;
Program Director, BWH Endocrinology Fellowship;
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Kevin L. Ard, MD
Director, Sexual Health Clinic, Massachusetts General Hospital
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Sari Reisner, Sc.D
Director of Transgender Research in the Section of Men’s Health, Aging and Metabolism, in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Hypertension, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Director of Transgender Health Research at The Fenway Institute
Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Keosha T. Bond, EdD, MPH, CHES
Assistant Medical Professor Department of Community Health and Social Medicine City University of New York School of Medicine
Please note that the Addressing Health Disparities webinar is free to attend or watch as a recording. Continuing medical education credits will be available for those who attended the live session. There is a $15 processing fee to claim credit.
Participants must claim credit within 48 hours of the live webinar. The link to claim credits will be available during the session and will be emailed after the webinar.