OHEI/OMSE Community Conversation: Health Equity Advocacy & Social Justice: On Campus & Beyond

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Thursday, September 29, 2022


11:30am - 1:00pm


Via livestream or at Dow Auditorium


These are challenging times. Climate change, war, poverty, surging gun violence, an ongoing pandemic, intractable racism, provider shortages and healthcare disparities make our lives and our work more difficult but also make our work more important, meaningful and impactful. Recent supreme court decisions are weighing heavily on many caregivers, and our nation’s political polarization makes it more complicated to navigate different belief systems and our roles as patient advocates.


  • Louito Edje, M.D., MHPE, FAAFP Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
  • Justin D. Hodge, M.S.W., Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work, Washtenaw County Commissioner
  • Maya Kobersy, J.D., Associate Gene

RSVP HERE for Livestream URL or In-Person at Towsley Center – Dow Auditorium