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DEI: Responding to Racial Bias in Medicine
Activity Overview

In continuing celebration of the first national Juneteenth holiday, it is important to acknowledge the ongoing presence of racial bias in medicine. Join a panel of surgical oncologists and a lawyer specializing in healthcare issues as they discuss systemic racism in healthcare as well as how to deal with racist activity at the patient level.

Objectives:
• Discuss the ongoing presence of systemic racism in the clinical practice of surgical oncology.
• Recognize the heightened attention to diversity in the surgical workforce.

Moderator:
Lisa Newman, MD, Chief Breast Surgery Section, Weill Cornell Medicine

Faculty:
Alliric Willis, MD, Professor, Surgical Oncology, Thomas Jefferson University
Vivian Jolley Bea, MD, Assistant Professor, New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medicine/NYP-Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
Solange Bayard, MD, MS, Resident Physician, Weill Cornell Medicine Surgery
Erin Strong, MD, MBA, MPH, Hospice and Palliative Fellow, Northwestern University
Beverly Moy, MD, MPH, Clinical Director, Breast Oncology Program, Massachusetts General Hospital
Kristen Kim, Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
Credit Offered:
No Credit Offered
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