The COVID-19 Disparity: A Candid Conversation about the long-standing problem of healthcare inequality in our minority groups.

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.
August 20, 2020 5pm EDT / 2pm PDT

Moderators

Dr. John Martin
CMO, Butterfly Network Inc.
United States

Hosts

Dr. Amy Zeidan
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine
United States
Dr. Keith Ferdinand MD FACC ,FAHA,FASH,FNLA
Chair of ABC’s Access to Care InitiativeGerald S. Berenson Endowed Chair in Preventive Cardiology
Professor,Tulane University SOM
United States
Doug Williams
American football Executive and former Quarterback and CoachFirst Black Quarterback to win Super Bowl (Redskins)
United States
Dr. Kenneth Bernard
Emergency Medicine physician President of Native American Emergency Medicine Consortium
Recipient of Accenture American Indian Scholarship 2009
United States
Victoria Ngo, PhD
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community HealthDirector of Mental Health, Center for Immigrant, Refugee, and Global Health
CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy
United States

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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