Achieving Health Equity in Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Psycho-Oncology Care: Adolescent & Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Research Group Symposium
Online in Zoom
Online in Zoom
Achieving Health Equity in Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Psycho-Oncology Care AYA CARE Symposium Applying a health equity lens to AYA psycho-oncology, this panel convenes multi-disciplinary scholars to discuss the state of the field regarding the intersection of AYAs and race/ethnicity (Christabel Cheung); sexual and gender identity (Nina Jackson Levin); mental health (Kelly Erwin); and accessibility (Angela Usher). Join us in a dynamic conversation with four experts in the field as we identify the unique challenges AYA cancer patients within social subgroups face, consider the intersectional impacts of these identities on achieving equitable health care service delivery, and discuss multi-level solutions to these challenges as a forward-looking direction for the field of AYA psycho-oncology. Speakers include: Christabel Cheung, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland Nina Jackson Levin, PhD Candidate, University of Michigan Angela Usher, PhD, Manager, UC Davis Cancer Center Kelly Irwin, MD, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School Panel discussion facilitated by: Bradley Zebrack, PhD, Professor, University of Michigan Emily Walling, MD, Assistant Professor, Michigan Medicine Co-Sponsors: Rogel Cancer Center, University of Michigan Health; Vivian A. and James L. Curtis School of Social Work Center for Health Equity Research and Training, University of Michigan; and School of Social Work, University of Michigan

Achieving Health Equity in Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Psycho-Oncology Care: Adolescent & Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Research Group Symposium

Join us in a dynamic conversation with four experts in the field as we identify the unique challenges AYA cancer patients within social subgroups face, and more.

icon to add this event to your google calendarFebruary 7, 2023
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Online in Zoom
Sponsored by: Co-Sponsors: Rogel Cancer Center, University of Michigan Health; Vivian A. and James L. Curtis School of Social Work Center for Health Equity Research and Training, University of Michigan; and School of Social Work, University of Michigan
Contact Information: Kirstn Tatar, ktatar@umich.edu
This event features U-M or SPH alumni

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Achieving Health Equity in Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Psycho-Oncology Care AYA CARE Symposium Applying a health equity lens to AYA psycho-oncology, this panel convenes multi-disciplinary scholars to discuss the state of the field regarding the intersection of AYAs and race/ethnicity (Christabel Cheung); sexual and gender identity (Nina Jackson Levin); mental health (Kelly Erwin); and accessibility (Angela Usher). Join us in a dynamic conversation with four experts in the field as we identify the unique challenges AYA cancer patients within social subgroups face, consider the intersectional impacts of these identities on achieving equitable health care service delivery, and discuss multi-level solutions to these challenges as a forward-looking direction for the field of AYA psycho-oncology. Speakers include: Christabel Cheung, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland Nina Jackson Levin, PhD Candidate, University of Michigan Angela Usher, PhD, Manager, UC Davis Cancer Center Kelly Irwin, MD, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School Panel discussion facilitated by: Bradley Zebrack, PhD, Professor, University of Michigan Emily Walling, MD, Assistant Professor, Michigan Medicine

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