COVID-19 and Health Equity: Exploring Disparities and Long-Term Health Impacts
When: Wednesday, April 29, 2020 | 5:00 – 6:30pm ET
5:00 pm | Welcome
- Carlos del Rio, MD, Distinguished Professor of Medicine and Professor of Global Health and Epidemiology, Emory University
5:10 pm | Expert Panel Discussion
Moderator: Debra Pérez, PhD, Senior Vice President, Organizational Culture, Inclusion & Equity, Simmons University
How Vulnerable Populations are Impacted by COVID-19
- Sandra Quinn, PhD, Senior Associate Director, Maryland Center for Health Equity
What Do the Data Tell Us About Impacts to Vulnerable Populations?
- Jeanette Kowalik, PhD, MPH, Milwaukee Commissioner of Health
View from the Front-Line: Vulnerable and Rural Populations and COVID-10
- Umair Shah, MD, MPH, Executive Director, Harris County Public Health
6:00 pm | Audience Q&A
6:25 pm | Concluding Remarks
6:30 pm | Adjourn
*Subject to change
The webinar will be recorded, and that video, as well as a transcript of the webinar and presenter slides, will be posted on our website after the event concludes.
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