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Celebrating and Recognizing Black History Month Part 1: The Historical Context for Culturally Competent Care

Jasmine Marcelin, MD, FACP, FIDSA, moderated a panel discussion with Oni Blackstock, MD, MHS, and Christopher da Costa, MD, FACP, FIDSA, discussing the historical context for providing culturally competent care to Black patients. This is the first of three videos recognizing and celebrating Black History Month within IDSA/HIMVA's Cultural Awareness Series: From Action to Change.

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Describe the historical context for providing culturally competent care to Black patients

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