The Clinton Center's Conversations on Health Equity series will explore several important topics related to health equity, including vaccine confidence, maternal health disparities, and health equity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each program will bring together health experts and practitioners for practical conversations designed to outline the problems that impact millions of our fellow Americans and will provide solutions and action items that can make a difference.
This series is sponsored by the Derek Lewis Foundation; National Medical Association; and Arkansas Medical, Dental, & Pharmaceutical Association. Conversations on Health Equity are presented by the Clinton Foundation and produced virtually by the Clinton Presidential Center.
Program 1: Promoting Vaccine Confidence in Black and Latinx Communities
April 15, 2021 | 5 p.m. CT / 6 p.m. ET
Presented in partnership with the National Medical Association's Region V
Program 2: Addressing Maternal Health Disparities
May 2021 date to be announced.
Program 3: Moving Health Equity Forward After COVID-19
June 2021 date to be announced.
PAST PROGRAM DETAILS AND RESOURCES
Promoting Vaccine Confidence in Black and Latinx Communities
April 15, 2021
During the first of three programs, experts and practitioners discussed the COVID-19 vaccine, how best to reassure patients of its safety, and ways to promote confidence among Black and Latinx communities.
Chelsea Clinton, DPhil, MPH, Clinton Foundation
• Dr. Dominic Mack, Morehouse School of Medicine
• Dr. Sonja Hughes, Aetna, a CVS Health Company
• Dr. William W. “Sam” Greenfield, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Our expert panelists will offer practical solutions and recommend actionable steps that you can implement in your own community. Click the images below to see how you can help promote vaccine confidence.