Leveraging Communities to Redress Health Disparities and Equitable Access to Medicine - Panel Discussion
Dr. Kimberly S. Johnson, M.D., MHS (Moderator), Assistant Research Professor Mercedes A. Bravo, Ph.D., Dr. Carly Elizabeth Kelley, M.D., and Professor Alex Pfaff, Ph.D.
Open to all, this panel discussion is designed to provide an in-depth exploration of how communities can use their collective power to address health disparities and equitable access to medicine through innovative strategies for leveraging community resources and engaging stakeholders. For more information and to register, please visit duke.is/pctyw. On-campus parking will be available each day for attendees at no cost. Additional details and your parking garage access QR code will be provided prior to the week's kickoff on January 23, once registered. Box lunches to be provided. Score Duke swag and other prizes by attending events during Duke Research & Innovation Week 2023 and sharing your feedback. Complete the short survey provided at the end of the event and you'll be added to that day's drawing. Panel discussion part of Duke Research & Innovation Week 2023. Learn more at duke.is/m5555.
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