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How do we consider the role of race, class, gender, sexuality, and disability in relation to health and illness? This discussion will consider the role of the health humanities in understanding social determinants of health; the interaction of diagnosis, medical research, and identity; and effective public health communication strategies. Boxed lunch provided.
MU Panelists:
Kaleea Lewis (Assistant Professor, School of Health Professions/Women’s & Gender Studies)
Rachael Hernandez (Assistant Professor, Department of Communication)
Emmett Dreger (Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies)
Gillian Barlett-Esquilant (Associate Dean for Graduate Research Education, School of Medicine)

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