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The National Health Equity Grand Rounds is a live virtual event series that will highlight the root causes of present-day health inequities by tracing the historical and contemporary social, economic, political, geographic, and environmental forces that shape opportunities for health in the United States.
In this inaugural event, Keynote speaker Harriet A. Washington, MA, author of Medical Apartheid, will explore the history of structural inequities in health care and unethical medical experimentation followed by a panel conversation moderated by American Medical Association (AMA) Chief Health Equity Officer Aletha Maybank, MD, MPH, and featuring Rupa Marya, MD, Jack Resneck, Jr., MD, and David Ansell, MD, MPH.
This is a live event that will occur on the date and time indicated above. To add this event to your calendar, select your preferred email provider and proceed with event registration. If you cannot attend the live event, an on-demand recording will be available.
Visit the National Health Equity Grand Rounds event page to learn more.
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