The Alaska Black Caucus & UAA Center for Human Development Project ECHO present Health Equity Grand Rounds: a six part ECHO series exploring racism in medicine, health equity, and COVID-19 in Alaska.
Each 90 minute session will be an opportunity to explore clinical skills and best practices critical to Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color, in an interactive forum guided by expert speakers and clinicians. The target audience for the series includes the interdisciplinary healthcare team, administrators, leaders, allied health professionals, and health professions trainees in Alaska.
CME (AMA PRA Category I) and Nursing (ANCC) credits are approved for this ECHO Series.
Access previous session recordings and resources here: https://chd.box.com/s/e2dtjqnlitmsvo0j9sdarpxc3v6tthch
Feb 17, 2022
History of racism in medicine---implications for COVID-19 outcomes, and the influence of racism on healthcare and ethics
Mar 10, 2022
Race-based medicine during the pandemic---how the COVID-19 pandemic has accentuated systemic racism in healthcare
Apr 14, 2022
Trauma-informed care---the impact of collective, race-based trauma on individual health and pathways to collective healing
May 12, 2022
Healthcare access experiences of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)---conversations between healthcare providers, community leaders, and BIPOC individuals
Jun 9, 2022
Building health equity and envisioning a culture of change Part I---stories of systems change, and frameworks for applying successful best practices to create health equity
Jun 23, 2022
Building health equity and envisioning a culture of change Part II---envisioning health equity for Anchorage and beyond
The opinions of our hub team and presenters are their own and do not necessarily represent those of the Alaska Black Caucus, UAA, the Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage Health Department or any ECHO sponsors.