Diversity and Global Health Perspectives Lecture Series

The focus for the monthly Diversity and Global Health Perspectives Lecture Series is to encourage awareness and dialogue around diversity and global health issues that affect the quality and health care of patients and populations in our community and worldwide. Local and national experts on various topics are invited as guest speakers.

All lectures are free and open to everyone and many lectures are worth continuing education credits.

Upcoming Lectures

Date Event
30
Wednesday
November, 2016
The Current state of the HIV/AIDS epidemic among minority women and the relationship between gender, domestic violence, and HIV/AIDS
12
Wednesday
October, 2016
Unconscious Bias: Pearls and Pitfalls to Achieving Diversity
14
Wednesday
October, 2016
Panel Discussion on Benefits of Global Health Opportunities

Watch Previous Lectures

"Caring for Arab and Muslim Patients: Cultural Insights"

Maya Hammoud, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics/Gynecology
University of Michigan Medical School

"Addressing Tuberculosis on the Border"- Project Juntos

Lupe Gonzalez, Program Specialist for Project Juntos,Texas Department of State Health Services

AMIGAS and DE CASA EN CASA Theory-Based Cervical Cancer Prevention Interventions for Hispanic Women

 

The intersection of structural factors, trauma and HIV / AIDS for Women of Color

 

Considerations for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Patients & Families


Download presentation: Considerations for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Patients & Families

 

Global Surgery - A Foot Soldier's Story: An African Surgeon Reflects on the Lancet Commission's Global Survey 2030 Report

 

Global Surgery: A Footsoldier’s Story


Downdload presentation: Global Surgery: A Footsoldier’s Story - June 8

 

Addressing Disparities in Academic Medicine


Humanizing Health Care Through Emotional Intelligence