Social determinants of health are those non-medical factors that influence health outcomes. They are the conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live, and age. The MAAETC has assembled a panel of experts to discuss the impact of social determinants on the health outcomes of diverse populations affected by HIV.
- Participants will gain a better understanding of how ethnicity/cultural orientation, gender identity, socio-economic status and other social determinants adversely affect health outcomes for people with HIV
- Participants will learn specific strategies they can employ to address healthcare disparities in vulnerable populations.
Angele Moss-Baker, LPC, LMFT, MAC, SAP, Proprietor, Comprehensive Addiction & Psychological Services, LLC
Deborah Dunn, MBA, PA-C, Trans Health Coordinator, Chase Brexton Health Center
Imbi Drame, PharmD, Consultant, Amine Global, LLC
Accreditation is not offered for this program. However, a Certificate of Attendance, will be provided to those participants who complete the post-event evaluation.