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. Continuing education credits will be available.
Please note: If you are unable to access the live webinar, the program will be recorded and a link to the recording will be emailed when it becomes available.
Next Webinar: The Dual Impact of Race and Rural Status on Health Care Disparities
Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 1–2 PM ET
This session will explore the disparate impact of rurality on health disparities seen in the Southeastern United States compared to other parts of the country. The panel will further discuss the reasons for inequities in health among rural populations, particularly in ethnic minority populations, the challenges to creating a just culture in these communities and the potential solutions to these disparities.
- Errol D. Crook, MD, Director, Center for Healthy Communities; Abraham A. Mitchell Professor and Chair, Department of Internal Medicine, University of South Alabama, College of Medicine
- Pamela Payne-Foster, MD, MPH, Professor of Community Medicine and Population Health; Deputy Director for Community Outreach, Institute for Rural Health Research, College of Community Health Sciences, University of Alabama
- Eddie Greene, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology and Hypertension, Mayo Clinic School of Medicine; Member, Board of Trustees, Mayo Clinic