WEBINAR: HEALTH DISPARITIES AND PARKINSON’S: STRUCTURAL RACISM AND OPPRESSION

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Since 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the myriad ways that structural racism and oppression affect healthcare and health outcomes, including wellbeing and quality of life. These same systemic issues plague the Parkinson’s community and result in care inequities and disparities that disproportionately affect people of color, women, people with limited English proficiency, and more.

During this webinar on Thursday, May 27, at 1 pm MDT, moderator Eden Mussie will lead a conversation between Nicte I. Mejia, MD, MPH, FAAN and Aswita Tan-McGrory, MSPH, in which they will discuss how systems of racism and oppression affect our community, and how we can take these learnings and create the change needed to ensure all people can live well with Parkinson’s.

Register for the webinar here. If you can’t make it live, be sure to register anyway because we will send ALL of those who register a recording of it once it’s available.

If you have questions you’d like us to answer live on the webinar, please email them to blog@dpf.org.

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