The COVID-19 Disparity: A Candid Conversation about the long-standing problem of healthcare inequality in our minority groups
America/New York GMT -4 summer
Join us for a dialog with prominent leaders exploring the complexity of social, economic, genetic, and cultural factors as well as unconscious biases that undermine the goal of equal care for all.
The way COVID has manifested in our communities has been complex and disparate. Race, as well as socioeconomic, genetics, culture and internal bias, have played a role.
Join us as we put emotion aside, examine objective data and bring together prominent voices in healthcare to discuss action-based strategies that build forward momentum in addressing this glaring reality.
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Amy Zeidan, Keith Ferdinand, Doug Williams, Kenneth Bernard, Victoria Ngo