VITALS: Virtual Inclusive Talks and Lecture Series

The Office of Diversity and Inclusive Excellence hosts VITALS: Virtual Inclusive Talks and Lecture Series for Summer 2022. 

Case Western Reserve School of Medicine is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion in medicine and fighting disparities in health care in our community.  Championing diversity is an essential part of our vision to promote an inclusive culture working to eradicate health disparities in Cleveland and across the world. 

We are pleased to launch VITALS, a series of inclusive talks and lectures to expand our commitment and promote dialogues in our school and our community.

VITALS seminars will provide virtual talks on race relations and health disparities. Each lecture is 45 minutes with 15 minutes for questions and answers after the talk. These lectures are open to the public and shared with faculty staff and students at the School of Medicine, the University and our hospital affiliate partners: Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth System, University Hospitals and the Cleveland Veteran Affairs Medical Center. Register and join us for these important talks.
 


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Wednesday, June 28, at 10 a.m.

How Far We've Come
50 Years of Pride! 

In honor of Pride Month, join Laura J. Mintz, MD, PhD, assistant professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, MetroHealth for a discussion reflecting on the 50th anniversary of Pride. 

Register for the June 28 discussion.