Schedule of DEI Credit Eligible Events

DEI Credit-Eligible Events Open to All COM - T

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Questions please contact: Yvette Corral 

Monday, October 3, 2022         6:00-8:00 PM        Location: Registration & Webinar Link     

DEI Event: "The Color of Care": Multi-Medical School Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Speakers: Todd Bailey, community leader and special projects coordinator, Arizona Historical Society

                Jen Urso, Arizona-based multidisciplinary artist

                Michael Yudell, PhD, MPH, vice dean and professor, Arizona State University College of Health Solutions

Hosted by: College of Medicine - Phoenix

Learning Objective:

How people of color suffer from systemically substandard health care

Event Deatails

Tuesday, October 4, 2022         11:00-12:00 PM        Location: HSIB Forum, zoom availability     


DEI Event: Heritage Healing Practices: Midwives at the Center of Community-Based Care; Reclaiming the Past to Heal the Future

Speaker: Lisa Kiser, DNP, CNM, WHNP
              Assistant Clinical Professor
              University of Arizona College of Nursing

Hosted by: UAHS EDI


This new series is focused on sharing the healing practices from each culture to bring awareness to other health practitioners, patients and families with hopes of education, awareness about how these heritage healing practices compliment western medicine with positive health outcomes for patients, ultimately, creating health equity.

Flyer Detailsheritage_healing_practices_dr._kiser_3.pdf 

Wednesday, May 17, 2023         8:00-9:00 AM        Location: Zoom    

Spark Lecture: Health Care Disparities

Speaker: Dr. John Ruiz PhD  Associate Professor-Clinical, Director-Social Risk and Resilience Factors (SuRRF) Lab, Director-Health Psychology Track, Chair-Diversity Committee

Hosted by: Department of Urology

Learning Objectives:

1. To understand the psychosocial influences on health
2. To learn the current understanding of the biological/behavioral pathways linking stress and heart disease 
3. To understand the psychological aspects of resilience in Latino health and health disparities, including the Hispanic mortality paradox

Flyer Details: spark_lecture_dr_john_ruiz_7-13-22.docx