CSCLA’s Health Equity Summit 2023: Elevating Patient Narrative in Cancer Care brings together leading national experts in public health, behavioral health, and oncology, to shine light on intersectionality in cancer care.
This virtual conference examines racial, ethnic, cultural, gender, sexual, age, and socio-economic disparities in accessing quality cancer care, elevates opportunities to eliminating barriers through cultural humility, and shares best practices to advancing health equity through cross-sector collaboration.
ALL are welcome to attend this free summit! We are thrilled to be able to offer up to 6 free CE, CME, or CNE Credits (PENDING APPROVAL FOR CE APA CREDITS).
We hope you will join us on September 21-22, 2023
Annette L. Stanton, PhD | Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology, Professor of Psychology and of Psychiatry/Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA
Rev. Dr. Tammie Denyse | Co-Founder and President Carrie’s Touch
The Project SOAR (Speaking Our African American Realities) Experience: Centering Black Women’s Voices
Laura Bava, PsyD, ABPP | Pediatric Psychologist | Co-Director (Psychosocial), Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer and Blood Disease Service CHLA
Building While Flying: Responding to the Needs of Adolescents and Young Adults in Today’s World
Jessica Jablon, MAEd | CA Regional Director, Sharsheret
Hereditary Cancer and the Jewish Community: How Mental Health, Religious and Cultural Implications Impact You and Your Patients
Ghecemy Lopez, DSW, MAEd | Program Administrator of Cancer Navigation, Survivorship and Advocacy, Cedars-Sinai Cancer, Community Outreach and Engagement
Closing the Health Gap for Immigrant Communities Affected by Cancer
Kate Folb, MEd | Director, Hollywood, Health & Society
Entertaining Health: How Hollywood Helps Inform Audiences
Kathy Riley, MS, MPH, CHES | Associate Director of Programs, Cancer Support Community Los Angeles
Narrative Medicine’s Role in Enhancing the Patient Voice
Mayra Serrano, DrPH, MPH, CHES | Health Equity Director, Anthem Blue Cross