Responding to the Current Health Crisis
COVID-19 SPEAKER SERIES
If you are a health profession student about to enter the healthcare workforce, join MSI AHEC as we explore the changing needs of health care during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
- Six Session Series focused on what you should know as an emerging health professional.
- Learn how community based organizations are addressing the needs of the populations they serve.
- Examine the scope and the affects of COVID-19 on health disparities.
Be prepared for work during the coronavirus pandemic
Register today for the first Zoom session on Wednesday, November 11, 2020 from 4:30 – 6:30pm.
Dr. Easterling will discuss the NYC Department of Health actions and his role throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Discussions will include the public health issues you need to be aware of entering the workforce.
Dr. Torian Easterling
Wednesday, November 11th
4:30 – 6:30pm
Hear from the New York City Dept. of Health First Deputy Commissioner, Chief Equity Officer
“I was called to public health service because of my passion for social justice, health equity and movement building. During my time at the Department of Health, I have worked to advance and operationalize an equity framework to achieve the health outcomes that all people deserve,” said First Deputy Commissioner Dr. Torian Easterling. “As we face this unprecedented crisis of the intersection of the COVID-19 pandemic and longstanding racial inequalities, we must work even more diligently to combat the systemic health inequities such as violence, chronic disease and maternal health outcomes. I look forward to continuing to collaborate with communities and key stakeholders across this great city to reimagine our city and communities to live healthier lives.”
Health Professions Students you don’t want to miss a moment. Register today.
This free Zoom series will address emerging topics and issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. Each month we will feature health professionals and community leaders changing the narrative and creating innovative ways to improve the quality of healthcare in underserved communities.