Race, Ethnicity, and Breast Cancer: Health Equity Panel Discussion
- What is cultural competence in healthcare?
- Impact of racism on women’s health
- Bringing the community into clinical care
Educational Partner: The Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning (ACHL)
Commercial Support: Supported by educational grants from Astra Zeneca and Daiichi Sankyo.
This activity is intended for oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiologists, oncology nurses, OB-GYNs, internal medicine physicians, NPs, PAs and technologists) and administrative teams (case managers, patient navigators, assistive personnel) at the University of Chicago and Ingalls Memorial managing the care of breast cancer patients.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Outline factors that contribute to cultural competence in health
- List strategies to improve cultural competence and reduce health disparities
- Discuss the roles of healthcare provider, families, and communities in supporting racially diverse women with breast cancer
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Associate Director, Chicago Center for Diabetes Translational Research
The University of Chicago
Vice President for Care Delivery Innovation
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
The University of Chicago
College of Medicine
University of Illinois
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