Free recording available from National Health Equity Grand Rounds event on history of racism in U.S. healthcare
A free recording of the first National Health Equity Grand Rounds event on Feb. 7 — “History of Racism in U.S. Health Care: Root Causes of Today’s Hierarchy and Systems of Power” — is now available on the American Medical Association’s AMA Ed Hub™.
To access, users will need to create a free AMA Ed Hub account. After logging in, users also can earn continuing education credits by taking the associated quiz with the recording.
The recording focuses on root causes of current structural inequities and past unethical medical experimentation. It also explores how healthcare professionals can work together to understand and redress past harms to create a more equitable healthcare system and society.
Featured speakers included:
- Ms. Harriet A. Washington, MA, award-winning medical writer, ethicist, and author of “Medical Apartheid” and other books
- Dr. Aletha Maybank, MD, MPH, American Medical Association
- Dr. William A. McDade, MD, PhD, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
- Dr. Rupa Marya, Deep Medicine Circle and Do No Harm Coalition
- Dr. Jack Resneck, MD, American Medical Association and UCSF Department of Dermatology
- Dr. David A. Ansell, Rush University Medical Center
For those who attended the live event, National Health Equity Grand Rounds is seeking feedback via a post-event survey.
A second event — “Follow the Money! Understanding Structural Incentives for Inequity in Health Care and Beyond” — is scheduled from 2-3:30 p.m. ET on May 9.
Access the free recording of the first event.