This is part of the Implementation Science Monthly Seminar Series, featuring national experts who lead research focused on health equity, racial justice, and implementation science. This series will focus on the research needed to help advance understanding of how to enhance the uptake, reach, implementation, and impact of evidence-based interventions and practices for populations and settings experiencing health inequities.
Dr. Norris is Professor of Medicine, UCLA Division of General Internal Medicine and Health Services Research is an expert on health equity in health and healthcare. He will discuss the role of structural determinants and structural racism in shaping health inequities, and the role of bias in healthcare, with implications for interventions and implementation science. Dr. Norris is also a Keynote speaker for the NIH/Academy Health 13th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health.
Presented by the Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research in partnership with the New York State Psychiatric Institute.
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