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Meeting

We Are Called Conversation III: Building Trusted Community Relationships Zoom Meeting

June 30, 2021, 12:00 PM - June 30, 2021 12:30 PM Eastern Time

Member Price: $0.00
Non-Member Price: $0.00
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If you would like to register by phone, please call us at (800) 230-7823 (M-F, 8 AM to 5 PM Central).

Description

We Are Called - Confronting Racism to Achieve Health Equity Conversation Series
A CHA Zoom Meeting Series

Join your colleagues from across the Catholic health ministry for a four-part conversation series where CHA members will have the opportunity to share how their organizations are working to meet the goals of our ministry's new collective initiative to confront racism, Confronting Racism to Achieve Health Equity. The live 30-minute conversations will take place once a month through a Zoom meeting, starting in April and ending in July.

Click here to see an overview of the 4 part conversation series.


We Are Called Conversation III:  Building Trusted Community Relationships Zoom Meeting
June 30, 2021
12 - 12:30 p.m. ET


Communities of color are being disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. The effects of systemic racism in these communities – reflected in higher rates of chronic disease such as asthma and diabetes, less access to health care services, crowded housing, and a higher proportion of front-line jobs with limited sick leave or other protections – have left their residents particularly vulnerable to the pandemic. To help these communities recover and thrive in the future, health care organizations need to understand how systemic racism, particularly medicine's role, created the conditions that allowed the pandemic to take such a deadly toll. This conversation will start to explore this question along with how healthcare can partner with these communities to build trust and work to change local policies and institutions that continue to perpetuate systemic racism and its harmful effects.

We Are Called - Confronting Racism to Achieve Health Equity Conversation Series
A CHA Zoom Meeting Series

Join your colleagues from across the Catholic health ministry for a four-part conversation series where CHA members will have the opportunity to share how their organizations are working to meet the goals of our ministry's new collective initiative to confront racism, Confronting Racism to Achieve Health Equity. The live 30-minute conversations will take place once a month through a Zoom meeting, starting in April and ending in July.

Click here to see an overview of the 4 part conversation series.


We Are Called Conversation III:  Building Trusted Community Relationships Zoom Meeting
June 30, 2021
12 - 12:30 p.m. ET


Communities of color are being disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. The effects of systemic racism in these communities – reflected in higher rates of chronic disease such as asthma and diabetes, less access to health care services, crowded housing, and a higher proportion of front-line jobs with limited sick leave or other protections – have left their residents particularly vulnerable to the pandemic. To help these communities recover and thrive in the future, health care organizations need to understand how systemic racism, particularly medicine's role, created the conditions that allowed the pandemic to take such a deadly toll. This conversation will start to explore this question along with how healthcare can partner with these communities to build trust and work to change local policies and institutions that continue to perpetuate systemic racism and its harmful effects.

Part of: We Are Called - Confronting Racism to Achieve Health Equity Conversation Series

Please note: All times listed are Eastern Time.
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If you would like to register
by phone, please call us at
800-230-7823 (M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central).