The Ethics of Healthcare

With the population of the nation becoming more ethnically and culturally diverse, it’s becoming increasingly important to have a representative workforce.  Unfortunately, a lack of diversity in the healthcare workforce can produce significant disparities in care provision, leading to ethical concerns and increased healthcare costs. While building a healthcare workforce that is representative of the nation will take time, current health professionals require ongoing learning about racial, ethnic, and culturally diverse issues impacting their patients’ overall health. This seminar will highlight the unique and ethical challenges faced when providing healthcare for diverse individuals, and discuss evidence-based models in an effort to support improved access and quality of care.

April 13th, 2021
9:00am – 4:35pm

Virtually via Zoom
(Registered participants will receive access information for the event approximately one week prior to the start date.)

Event Costs
Early Bird Registration
– $70 for professionals
– $15 for students (includes medical residents)

After April 2nd
– $100 for professionals
– $25 for students (includes medical residents)

*Tickets must be purchased in advance. Refunds will not be provided.*