Health Equity in the COVID-19 Era: Understanding the Data and Strategies to Support Vulnerable Populations

75-minute webinar to hear up-to-date data on reported disparities in COVID-19 outcomes from Gynecologic Oncology Leaders from across the country including “hot spot” areas of NY, LA; review importance of health equity lens and understanding implicit bias in health care especially cancer care; review model of how COVID-19 and the stressed medical system can exacerbate health disparities and amplify inequity if not addressed; learn management strategies and protocols to provide best care in limited resource or changing settings due to COVID-19 from Gynecologic Oncology leaders from hard hit areas; acknowledge and address the anti-Asian bias, harassment, resulting from COVID-19 that affects communities, individuals and health care workers; and to understand how models for addressing Social Determinants of Health can be used to improve care for vulnerable populations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This webinar was recorded on April 20, 2020. 

Keywords: COVID, Diversity, Telehealth, Telemedicine

Target Audience

Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Trainees, Residents, Fellows, APPs
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