If you’ll be around the Capitol in Sacramento next week, there’s a great opportunity to learn about some exciting efforts to improve health in California’s communities of color.
On Thursday, March 26th, the California Health Policy Forum is hosting a legislative briefing, Chronic Disease Prevention: The Social Equity Lens.
The event, which runs from 2 to 3:30 pm at the Capitol will feature an interesting panel discussion on how we can address health disparities by examining the social and environmental determinants of health. The panel will feature a diverse group of speakers, including:
- Wm. Jahmal Miller, MHA, Deputy Director, Office of Health Equity,
- Kevin Sherin, MD, Deputy Director, Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, California Department of Public Health,
- Kate Morley, MSc, Program Coordinator, Toiyabe Indian Health Project,
- Tomas Aragon, MD, MPH, Public Health Officer and Director, Population Health Division, San Francisco Department of Public Health, and
- Sarah de Guia, JD, Executive Director, California Pan-Ethnic Health Network.
If you’re interested in attending, register soon because space is limited.