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We Need to Talk Series

ASU's College of Health Solutions hosts a series of panel discussions on timely and controversial topics in health. Each session brings together experts from health, medicine, business, policy and law to examine the medical, ethical and legal issues surrounding such topics as diversity in health care, medical cannabis, end-of-life decisions and medical mistakes. This year's six sessions include audience participation in a Q&A format, and each event is also broadcast as a live podcast.

Join us for the first event of our series

Gender and Ethnic Diversity in the Health Care WorkforceGender and ethnic diversity in the health care workforce

September 13, 2018
5 to 6 p.m. (Doors open at 4:30 p.m.)
A. E. England Building (Downtown Phoenix campus)
424 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85004

Would you rather go to a doctor of the same race, gender or ethnicity as you? Could it make a difference in your treatment? Are there even enough medical professionals of different backgrounds to treat a wide variety of patients, both now and in the future?

Join the conversation as a panel discusses diversity in the health care profession. Changing demographics, policy, training and health disparities will be examined in a session that includes audience Q&A. The event will be recorded as a live podcast.

Register now