February Hopkins Health Equity Discussion

February Hopkins Health Equity Discussion

Sponsored by the Society of Black Alumni 

Join the Hopkins Health Equity Discussion Group virtually on the first Thursday of February (2/2). 

In celebration of Black History Month, we will have two events in February (2/2 & 2/6).

The first session, will be a fireside chat featuring Doctoral Candidate, Ramisa Fariha, Dr. Kevin Frick, Dr. Britney Scott, and Dr. Deidre Defoe  as they discuss the theme, "How Can We Use Our Positions of Privilege To Amplify The Voices of The Marginalized."

Please register for the second session here

Mission: The Johns Hopkins Health Equity Group is a solutions-driven group that works to create healthier communities through advocacy, policy review and reform, and community empowerment to create more equitable health outcomes in underserved communities.
Vision: Our collective efforts empower underserved communities through education and provide resources to create equity in health and wellbeing. We are committed to addressing social determinants of health through:
o   Health advocacy;
o   Community engagement and empowerment;
o   Policy review and reform; and
o   Achieving equitable health outcomes.

**We'd love your feedback about future discussions! Please take a moment to complete the survey here.**

The Hopkins Health Equity Group meets at noon on the first Thursday of each month. We look forward to you joining the conversation!

 Event Date
Thursday, February 2, 2023
Start Time: 12:00pm EST
End Time: 1:00pm EST

Office of Alumni Relations
Thomas Outlen
Assistant Director of Identity and Shared Interest