We are so EXCITED to invite you to the 13th annual Health Equity and Social Justice Conference. Where we will be discussing “Strengthening Communities of Belonging: Reconnecting, Restoring, and Rebuilding“. This conference is hosted in collaboration of DePaul University’s Master of Public Health Program, the Center for Community Health Equity, and Sinai Urban Health Institute. … Continue reading Health Equity and Social Justice Conference ’22
A Workshop Supporting Asian American Mental Health, Resilience, and Liberation
Please join us on May 20th, 2022 from 12pm-2pm to discuss “Confronting Anti-Asian Racism and Dismantling Systemic Racism”. Visit/scan the link below to register. We hope to see you there!
Movie and Discussion: Bending the Arc
We would like to invite you to come out and participate in our Movie and Discussion: Bending the Arc event on May 24th, 2022 from 5:30pm-7:45pm. As our very own Dr.Shah (a geriatrician at Rush) will be a panelist in the discussion. We hope to see you there!
DePaul Migration Collaboration Inaugural Summit: Strategies for a Migrant Planet
Please come out this Friday, April 29th, 2022 as Maria Ferrera and Dr. Fernando De Maio will be discussing the health and mental health of immigrants and refugees during the afternoon panel session. We look forward to seeing you there! This day-long convening will bring together scholars, advocates, students and practitioners in the Midwest and beyond to share … Continue reading DePaul Migration Collaboration Inaugural Summit: Strategies for a Migrant Planet
Nov 3oth Event – Addressing Racism in Medical Research and Publishing: A Discussion for Journalists
The Hastings Center, in partnership with the Center for ELSI Resources & Analysis (CERA), will present an online discussion for journalists, on Tuesday, November 30, noon – 1:30 pm Eastern time. Click here to register. See details below or visit their website post: Racism and unconscious bias persist in medical research. Given that journalists who write, … Continue reading Nov 3oth Event – Addressing Racism in Medical Research and Publishing: A Discussion for Journalists