Taking Action to Correct Health Inequities

11/12/2020 12:00

The pandemic has brought the topic of health inequalities to the forefront of people’s minds across the globe.  We live in an era where technology has made healthcare more available than ever before, and yet we struggle to deliver fair and equitable care to those who need it most.  Now we have a chance to reassess and correct systemic imbalances in our health systems.  What will we do with this opportunity?  What steps need to be taken to eliminate disparities in access and treatment outcomes?

 

Session Resources

Speakers

Anthonise Louis Fields
PhD Director, Strategic Collaborations, World Wide Medical Bristol Myers Squibb

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Perry N. Halkitis
PhD, MS, MPH, Dean, Professor of Urban-Global Public Health, and Director of Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Prevention Studies (CHIBPS) at the Rutgers School of Public Health

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Feyikemi (Kemi) Osundina
PharmD, MS is an Associate Director of Oncology Advocacy at Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS)

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Kristen D. Krause
PhD, MPH Deputy Director, Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Prevention Studies (CHIBPS)

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Patricia (Patti) Mae Doykos
PhD, Lead, Health Equity Initiative and Director, BMS Foundation

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Steven Kramer
Deaf Community Representative

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John L. Damonti
President, Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation

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