Join PCOM's Cultural Competency Program for a day of discussion and exploration into social issues that foster discrimination, bias and neglect within health care.
Lessons will supplement any graduate- or doctoral-level medical program by increasing cultural understanding, competency and humility and their roles in medicine. The event schedule includes lectures, breakout sessions, workshops and lunch. This event is open to members of the public.
Keynote speakers include Juliana M. Mosley, PhD, college officer for diversity and inclusion at Chestnut Hill College and Kevin Jenkins, PhD, associate fellow at The Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics.EVENT WEBSITE
This event is open to the public.
Registration is free for PCOM students and $10 for other attendees.
PCOM first- and second-year DO students who attend will be awarded 1 extra credit point to the final PCS grade by submitting a 3 paragraph (one page) reflection paper.
Cultural Competency Program students who attend will be granted 1.5 points towards the Cultural Competency Program certificate.