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Acting on Health Disparities Locally and Globally: Where To Start?
July 14 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Organized by the American Academy of Pediatrics
#AAPGlobalCOVIDSeries “Acting on Health Disparities Locally and Globally: Where To Start?”
July 14, 2020
The AAP webinar series on “Global Health Practice in the time of COVID: Finding Effectiveness in Your Personal & Professional World” continues! Join us on Twitter at #AAPGlobalCOVIDSeries
Please register for the 4th in this series, “Acting on Health Disparities Locally and Globally: Where To Start?” a webinar brought to you by the American Academy of Pediatrics, in partnership with the AAP Council on Immigrant Child and Family Health, Section on Global Health, and Emory Global Health Institute.
This webinar takes place July 14, 2020 at 12:00pm EDT.
Note: This free webinar will be recorded and posted online for those unable to attend the live event. Please register if you would like to have the link emailed to you once it is available. For those able to join, please enter password 1234 when prompted.
This session will feature a panel of pediatric professionals who will discuss health disparities in local and global settings that have widened during the COVID-19 pandemic, the parallels and differences in both types of settings, and address local and global solutions to those disparities in different populations.
Dr Suchdev/Emory Global Health Institute
Dr Anisa Ibrahim, Harborview Pediatrics Clinic
Dr Kristie Clarke, Centers for Disease Control
Dr Khanna, Stanford University
Dr Ramanathan, Physicians for Human Rights
1. Discuss populations at risk for health disparities both locally and globally
2. Compare and contrast health disparities in local and global settings and potential solutions for each
3. Apply a human rights lens to reducing health disparities
4. Identify barriers to communicating information about COVID-19 to various populations