The COVID-19 pandemic and highly visible acts of racist police violence have brought renewed national attention to health disparities and health inequity. Health inequity arises from factors across multiple levels, from individual clinical encounters to national policy, and across intersecting identities and forms of disadvantage. Achieving health equity will thus require multiple levels of interventions, and perspectives that identify not only the complicated pathways to poor health but also the strengths and resiliency of disadvantaged groups as they respond to health inequity.
This panel of nationally renowned experts assembled by the SGIM Research Committee highlights key evidence from the fields of health disparities and health equity research that focus on improving health. Using evidence from quasi-experimental policy evaluations and randomized clinical trials, the presenters delineate effective strategies across multiple levels of action and equip viewers to put current best evidence into practice in order to make a difference in their health system, their community, and at the national level.
CEU Available: 1.0 CME; 1.0 MOC
CEU Expires: April 30, 2024
To receive CME/MOC credit, you must (a) watch the video and (b) complete the short assessment. After these two steps are completed, you will receive a certificate.
Clinical Care Redesign, Clinical Practice, COVID-19, Evidence-Based Medicine Research, Health Equity, Leadership, Administration, & Career Planning, Research, Social Determinants of Health, Wellness
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