Health Equity Series
The conversations we need to be having.
This course features Dr. Vishal Kumar interviewing prominent leaders and experts on topics covering how we talk about race in healthcare, LGBTQ+ care, structural competency, and the path forward to addressing and correcting health inequity in America.
Earn up to 6 free AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™ for reflecting on what you learned in this course. Follow the 'Earn CME' buttons associated with each Module to claim your credits at a discounted price.
How To Claim Your Free CME Credits
Listen to each module in this series and reflect on what you've learned.
When you've completed a module, click the associated 'earn CME' button.
Follow the learning nudges on CMEfy to earn your credit(s) for that module.
After completing all modules, you can download your CME certificate from: adaptrack.app/learner
Optimizing LGBTQ+ Care
As part of our Health Equity Series Dr. Vishal Kumar talks with Shane Snowdon about current challenges in healthcare for LGTBQ+ patients, how we can improve communication, reduce fear and misunderstanding, and be a true patient advocate, starting with our own education.
Police Presence in Medical Spaces
In this episode of our Health Equity Series, guest host Dr. Vishal Kumar interviews emergency medicine resident Dr. Jamal Jefferson about the presence of law enforcement in emergency rooms and challenges with patient privacy and trust in the healthcare system.
Finding Your Place Within Structural Competency
In this episode, our guest host Dr. Vishal Kumar interviews medical anthropologist and social scientist Dr. Kelly Knight of UCSF. They discuss the meaning of structural competency, methods for incorporating this concept into medical education, and how it can be applied to alleviate physician burnout.
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