Tuesday, November 17 | 12 noon PST
Melissa J. Durham, PharmD
Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
“Beyond Cultural Competence: Exploring Health Justice in Pharmacy“
Dr. Durham will introduce and explore the concept of health justice through the lens of pharmacy.
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Webinar ID: 920 7863 3606
Tuesday, November 10 | 12 noon PST
Julie Dopheide, PharmD
Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences
“Take Action to Alleviate Anxiety”
Dr. Dopheide will explain the many faces of anxiety and panic attacks as well as strategies for screening, destigmatizing and engaging in difficult conversations with a patient suffering from anxiety.
She will also discuss case examples illustrating how pharmacists can assist patients in recognizing the impact of anxiety and/or panic attacks and begin a path to achieve optimal recovery.
Friday, October 30 | 12 noon PST
Kambiz “Kamy” Akhavan
USC Dornsife Center for the Political Future
“Election 2020: How Divided Are We?”
With the election only days away, this special edition of our Town Hall Talks webinar series will shift focus to the current state of our nation: How divided are we, and why? How can we fix this? Kambiz “Kamy” Akhavan, Executive Director of the USC Dornsife Center for the Political Future, will lead a non-partisan talk providing statistics and context about polarization in America, exploring reasons for this divide and discussing strategies to avoid and de-escalate conflict. He’ll also share resources for conversation, therapy, education and bridging divides.
Tuesday, October 27 – 12 noon PST
Steve Chen, PharmD, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, and Jessica Abraham, PharmD, Director of Population Health
“Aligning Pharmacy Practice With Population Health Strategies”
Although the U.S. spends much more on health care than other developed countries, it remains in last place for healthcare access and quality rankings among peer countries. Americans are also generally less healthy. Population health is an interdisciplinary, customizable approach that allows health departments to connect practice to policy for change to happen locally. This approach utilizes non-traditional partnerships among different sectors of the community—public health, industry, academia, health care and more—to achieve positive health outcomes. This Town Hall Talk will provide an overview of USC Mann’s engagement in population health initiatives and its benefits to patients, the healthcare system and the future of pharmacy.
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