An Evening with Dr. Robert Ross
Achieving Equitable Outcomes in Health Care
Thursday, April 27, 2023
Hearthside Room (reception and appetizers in the Campus Plaza from 4:45 - 6:00 PM)
Please join Dr. Robert Ross for a conversation about transforming the systems that perpetuate health inequities. Currently Dr. Ross serves as the 2023 Stanford Haas Center for Public Service Distinguished Visitor.
The lecture is free, but space is limited.
About the Conversation
Reaching MLK’s vision of a Beloved Community requires our society to understand and engage deeply with the socioeconomic factors and systems of oppression that impact our collective health. Drawing from his vast experience as a pediatrician, public health officer, and philanthropist, Dr. Ross will engage in a conversation with Foothill College and Stanford University students about transforming the systems that perpetuate health inequities, and that keep us from actualizing MLK’s vision of the Beloved Community.
Dr. Ross' talk will be followed by a Q&A session lead by Foothill College and Stanford University students.
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