AHLA's Speaking of Health Law

AHLA Convener on Racial Disparities in Health Care, Part 4: Social and Political Determinants of Health

August 13, 2021 AHLA Podcasts
AHLA's Speaking of Health Law
AHLA Convener on Racial Disparities in Health Care, Part 4: Social and Political Determinants of Health
Show Notes

AHLA hosted a one-day virtual convener on April 12, 2021 where participants discussed all aspects of health disparities and equity in health care, social determinants of health, the impact of law on these issues, and what can be done to address these issues now and in the future. 

In Part 4, Dawn Hunter, Deputy Director, Network for Public Health Law, and Ruqaiijah Yearby, Professor, St. Louis University School of Law, moderate this discussion about how social and political determinants of health are shaped via institutional practices, training, and workforce; investments in spending to improve health equity; and data collection policies and practices.

Watch the full conversation here. Access full video and audio recordings of the proceedings at americanhealthlaw.org/racialdisparitiesinhealthcare.