Health Disparities

Health disparities are preventable inequities in disease, illness, and access to healthcare. They cause a difference in health outcomes in certain groups of the population, such as ethnic minorities, LGBTQ, and those in poverty.

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The Emergence of a Novel Coronavirus

Speaker:
Mary Foote, MD, MPH, Senior Medical Coordinator for Communicable Disease Preparedness, Bureau of Healthcare System Readiness, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Summary of...

Innovative Strategies to Eliminate HCV

Presenters:
Dr. Andrew H. Talal, MD, MPH
Professor of Medicine and Director of the Center for Research and Clinical Care and Research in Liver Disease at the University of Buffalo
A live webcast sponsored...

Equity and Preterm Birth: A Context for Action

Preterm birth, the leading cause of infant mortality, has been called a dramatic and shocking example of race and place inequality in the U.S. This webinar will summarize the state of knowledge about...

STD Topics, A View from NYC

Presented by: Anna Huang, MD
Clinician Educator & Physician, NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Bureau of STD Control & Prevention
Sponsored by: Clinical Directors Network, Inc...

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Sex in the Time of COVID-19

Presenter:
Kenneth H. Mayer, M.D., Medical Research Director, Fenway Health, Co-Director, The Fenway Institute, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Attending Physician, Infectious Disease...