Diversity Dialogue Webinars
Diversity Dialogue Webinars are one of the most popular programs offered by the Institute. Each month, a different nationally-renowned speaker discusses a topic of pressing concern in health care.Past speakers have included Dr. Ram Raju, President and CEO of New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, Dr. Elena Rios, President & CEO, National Hispanic Medical Association, Margaret Kraak and Nakisha Pugh with OFCCP, Jack Lynch, President and CEO of Main Line Health, and Brett Tschurtz with The Joint Commission.
To suggest a topic for an upcoming Diversity Dialogue webinar, contact Jetaun Mallett at (312) 422-2692 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
September Diversity Dialogue:
Resiliency, Aging and the Personal Determinants of Health
September 27, 2018, 12:00 – 1:00 PM CT
Description to Come
|Moderator: Sue Collier, MSN, RN, FABC, Interim Vice President Clinical Quality, Health Research & Educational Trust|
Presenter: Charlotte Yeh MD, Chief Medical Officer, AARP Services
Archived Diversity Dialogues
All Diversity Dialogue webinars are recorded and available for three months from the date of presentation. Click here to view the list of available archived Diversity Dialogues. To request a recording, please email email@example.com.
This webinar explores and address key factors that are critical to achieve organizational impact around diversity and inclusion. Atrium Health and Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin share their diversity and inclusion (D&I) journeys, strategies, initiatives, lessons learned and leading practices that are having an impact within their health care systems
This webinar discusses the development and implementation of a Language Services Documentation Tool at Cambridge Health Alliance, co-hosted by Disparities Solutions Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. Patients with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) face language barriers that can have adverse effects on safety and quality of care. Language data collection is necessary to identify language needs, provide a professional medical interpreter and analyze health equity.
Since 2003, Moffitt Cancer Center has made health equity and inclusion a critical component for becoming an employer of choice, and for the delivery of equitable care across the patient-care spectrum. This Diversity Dialogue addresses this health care organization’s multi-disciplinary journey, which grew from a committee of volunteers to a dedicated office, a team of center-wide collaborators, and a sustainable infrastructure where health equity and inclusion are within the organization’s fabric.
Initiated in 2015 under the leadership of Chief Medical Officer Tom Kayrouz, M.D., and Robert Pierce, director of quality and process improvement, the Daily Safety Huddle Call is one tactical element of AnMed Health's efforts to function as a high-reliability organization. Principles of culturally and linguistically appropriate care delivery are embedded in AnMed Health's work, including safety and risk mitigation relative to cultural competence and patient-provider communication. This webinar also contains discussion of the correlation between Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services, Joint Commission Standards and principles of high reliability as well as the details of the AnMed Health Safety Huddle.