schedule

MONDAY, AUGUST 31

 

6:30-7:30PMKeynote Address & Opening Ceremonies with Erica Odukoya

Four themes of primary care

7:30-8:30PM Dialogue: How do different specialities interact to provide primary care?

- Educate on the intersectionality of various specialties and disciplines (physicians, nurses, NPs, social workers, etc.) to provide primary care

- Elucidate all of the people that primary care encompasses

- Discuss of the interprofessionalism of primary care

 

8:30-9:00PMPost-Conference:

- Speed dating with health clinicians

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

 

6:30-7:30PMFacilitated Groups: Research in partnership with communities served

- Provide a framework for empowering, structurally competent, and culturally humble research

- Showcase existing research being done in primary care

- Discuss the health inequities of communities of color in SE Michigan

7:30-8:30PMPanel: Mythbusting primary care—why do health professionals choose to do it?

- Address misconceptions about primary care

- Share the different reasons and paths that have led health professionals to pursue primary care

 

8:30-9:00PMPost-Conference:

- Speed dating with clinicians

 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

 

6:30-7:30PMFacilitated Groups: Serving communities of color in any and all specialties

- Educate on the importance of serving communities of color in all specialties

- Provide a framework on how to be critical in providing effective and empowering care to BIPOC

- Discuss representation and accessibility of careers in different specialties to BIPOC

- Showcase work being done by faculty in this sphere

7:30-8:30PMPanel:

Patients' perspectives on primary care

 

8:30-9:00PMClose-out and call to action

empowerment   equity   education

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