The Equity and Social Justice (ESJ)
The Equity and Social Justice (ESJ) is a series of lectures and dialogues now in its second academic year, targets the Harvard Longwood community as well as communities in the greater Boston area. The series provides context to the historical, current, and future state of equity and social justice in health and health care, and engages and equips participants with tools to take action. ESJ events focus on four areas: (1) History and Context, (2) Culture and Environment, (3) Health Disparities, and (4) Leadership and Skills Development.
Equity and Social Justice Committee
The ESJ Planning Committee is comprised of faculty, staff and students, representing the HMS community.
Please click here to see members of the Equity and Social Justice Committee.
2017-2018 Equity and Social Justice Events
Keynote Speaker: Donald Warne, MD, MPH
Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Director, Indians into Medicine (INMED) program; University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Panel Discussion to follow
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, UCSF; Chief of Hospital Medicine, San Francisco VA Medical Center