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Conversations about COVID-19: A Health Equity Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Allegheny County

COVID-19 has brought the nation to a stand still. However, the effect of it's spread is impacting neighborhoods and populations differently. Nationally, we're seeing disproportionate mortality, testing, and exposure to the virus by certain populations and workgroups. Are we experiencing similar inequities in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County?

Noble Maseru, director of the Center for Health Equity (CHE), will moderate a conversation between EPI and CHE's Tiffany Gary-Webb and Fred Brown of The Forbes Fund about solutions for an equity-oriented response. 

Advance registration required via publichealth.pitt.edu/covid-19/conversations

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The Series: Conversations About COVID-19

Providing our school community, alumni, and the public with credible information about the virus and associated health impacts.

Each Friday this May and June, Pitt Public Health experts will have a conversation about different aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic and then address questions from attendees.

 Upcoming Seminars

  • 5/22  –  Feingold and Martinson:
    Phylogenetic Trees - What They Can (And Can’t) Tell Us About COVID-19
     
  • 5/29  –  Albert and Hoffman:
    Understanding and Addressing the COVID-19 Infodemic

     
  • 6/05  –  Tang and Bandos:
    Biostatistical Modeling and COVID-19

     
  • 6/12  –  Haggerty and Braund:
    Health Department Responses

     
  • 6/19  - Documet, Perez, and Ruiz:
    COVID-19: The effect on Latinos and immigrants

     
  • and more to come...

Dial-In Information

Advance register at publichealth.pitt.edu/covid-19/conversations to receive Zoom link and password.

Friday, May 15 at 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Conversations about COVID-19: A Health Equity Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Allegheny County

COVID-19 has brought the nation to a stand still. However, the effect of it's spread is impacting neighborhoods and populations differently. Nationally, we're seeing disproportionate mortality, testing, and exposure to the virus by certain populations and workgroups. Are we experiencing similar inequities in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County?

Noble Maseru, director of the Center for Health Equity (CHE), will moderate a conversation between EPI and CHE's Tiffany Gary-Webb and Fred Brown of The Forbes Fund about solutions for an equity-oriented response. 

Advance registration required via publichealth.pitt.edu/covid-19/conversations

_____________________________________

The Series: Conversations About COVID-19

Providing our school community, alumni, and the public with credible information about the virus and associated health impacts.

Each Friday this May and June, Pitt Public Health experts will have a conversation about different aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic and then address questions from attendees.

 Upcoming Seminars

  • 5/22  –  Feingold and Martinson:
    Phylogenetic Trees - What They Can (And Can’t) Tell Us About COVID-19
     
  • 5/29  –  Albert and Hoffman:
    Understanding and Addressing the COVID-19 Infodemic

     
  • 6/05  –  Tang and Bandos:
    Biostatistical Modeling and COVID-19

     
  • 6/12  –  Haggerty and Braund:
    Health Department Responses

     
  • 6/19  - Documet, Perez, and Ruiz:
    COVID-19: The effect on Latinos and immigrants

     
  • and more to come...

Dial-In Information

Advance register at publichealth.pitt.edu/covid-19/conversations to receive Zoom link and password.

Friday, May 15 at 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Virtual Event