Race, Racism & Health: An Evening with David Williams


When

11/13/2018

5:00 - 8:30pm 

Cost

Free

Location

Hangar at Stanley Marketplace
2501 Dallas Street
Aurora, CO   80010

Primary Competency

Cultural Competency Skills
Description


This multicultural event is for community, students, faculty, health and wellness professionals, and anyone who has an interest in the advancement of health equity.

Join us for an interactive event that will focus on health issues of people of color and will feature David R. Williams, PhD, MPH.

Dr. Williams is the Florence and Laura Norman Professor of Public Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Professor of African and African American Studies and Sociology at Harvard University. The author of more than 400 scientific papers, his research has enhanced our understanding of the complex ways in which race, socioeconomic status, stress, racism, health behavior and religious involvement can affect health.

Learning Objectives
  • Examine structures and systems that produce racial inequities.
  • Identify factors in the social environment that can contribute or impede, the achievement of health equity for the health of individuals and communities.
  • Discuss the importance of partnerships and cross sector collaborations to advance health equity.
Length of Learning Opportunity
3.5 hours
Registration Information
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Development Partner(s)

Colorado Black Health Collaborative

University of Denver

Colorado School of Public Health - Center for Public Health Practice

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