November 04, 2016 at Hotel Shattuck Plaza in Berkeley.
For more information and free registration: http://bcsm.berkeley.edu/structuralcompetency
12 – 1:00PM: Structural Competency: Undoing Inequity and Discrimination in Health and Welfare
Welcome: Stef Bertozzi, Dean, School of Public Health
Introduction of the Keynote Speaker: Nancy Scheper-Hughes, PhD, Chancellor’s Professor and Chair of Medical Anthropology, UC Berkeley
Keynote: Helena Hansen, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Anthropology, New York University. “Structural Competency: Medicine for the Inequalities that Make Us Sick.”
1:15 – 2:30PM: Structural Competency for Health Justice
Bruce Link, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Public Policy, UC Riverside: “Fundamental Causes and Fundamental Interventions for Health”
James Quesada, PhD, Professor and Chair of Anthropology, San Francisco State University: “Structural Vulnerability as a Tool for Health Justice”
Moderator: Denise Herd, PhD, Professor of Public Health and Program Director of Health and Social Behavior, UC Berkeley
2:45 – 3:45PM: Structural Competency for the Future of the Bay Area: Developing structural competency and structural humility trainings
Rad-Med (Critical Social Medicine Working Group)
Kelly Knight, PhD, Assistant Professor, Anthropology, History, and Social Medicine, UC San Francisco; and Faculty Representative, Bridges Curriculum (Social and Behavioral Sciences), UCSF School of Medicine
Shirley Strong, MEd, Chief Diversity Officer, Samuel Merritt University
Moderator: Seth M. Holmes, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Public Health and Medical Anthropology and Co-Chair of the Berkeley Center for Social Medicine, UC Berkeley
4-5:30PM: Structural Humility and Community Justice: Building Solidarity and Engagement
Woods Ervin, Program and Policy Director, TGI Justice Project.
Solange Gould, MPH, DrPH, Policy Unit Chief, Office of Health Equity, California Department of Public Health
Robbie Clark, Lead Organizer, Causa Justa :: Just Cause, and Member, Black Lives Matter Bay Area; Twitter: @love4liberation
Rupa Marya, MD, Assistant Professor, UCSF School of Medicine, and Faculty Director, Do No Harm Coalition, a group of over 300 doctors, nurses, faculty, students and staff at UCSF committed to ending racism and state-sanctioned violence.
Chris Neilsen, National Nurses United
Katherine Schaff, MPH, DrPh, Health Equity Coordinator, Alameda County Public Health Department
Moderator: Kurt Organista, PhD, Professor of Social Welfare, UC Berkeley
DICE (Diversity, Inclusion, Community, Equity), School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
John Balmes, MD, Director, UCB-UCSF Joint Medical Program
Sponsored by Berkeley Center for Social Medicine, School of Public Health, and Samuel Merritt University; Co-sponsored by DICE; Rad Med; Students for Racial justice, Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (STRIDE); UCSF Global Health Sciences; School of Social Welfare; Health Equity and Diversity Cluster of the Haas institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society
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