Health Equity - Lessons from the Field
Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Health Equity
Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences
Fish Interfaith Center
Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Health Equity's purpose is to promote informed, sustained, and enriching dialogues through an in-depth exploration of what the human condition of health means in our lives. We welcome three doctors in the medical field who will talk on the following topics:
Partnering with Community to Nurture Health Equity
Dr. Angad Singh will share lessons learned from community-centered approaches to addressing health disparities, from forming the Punjabi Health Board to hosting large-scale vaccination events.
Promoting Health Equity from Pediatrics to Mentorship
Dr. Jasjit Singh will explore pediatric health disparities highlighted by the pandemic, the need to embed equity in teaching, and how providers can mentor future generations to advance equity.
Health Equity Challenges and Solutions
Dr. Gurpreet Ahuja will discuss health inequities faced by patients and providers, including women, and offer solutions to advance health equity.
Co-sponsored by SIKHlens