Key Findings from Antiracist Change in Healthcare Organizations
March 29 @ 11:30 am
Location: Rubenstein 414-AB (Democracy Lab), Harvard Kennedy School, and online
As a greater number of American healthcare organizations have proclaimed their commitments to racial justice and equitable care, the Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project (IARA) team at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation set out to answer the key question:
What enables effective and sustained antiracist change in healthcare organizations?
You are invited to a discussion with Dr. Vabren Watts, Director of Equity at Health Affairs and Mr. Angel Rodriguez, IARA Research Fellow, and co-author of the forthcoming report Antiracist Institutional Change in American Healthcare Organizations.
Watts and Rodriguez will discuss opportunities and obstacles for implementing antiracist change initiatives in healthcare organizations and other key findings from the report.
This event is a part of the IARA Changemakers discussion series. Lunch will be served.
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