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Anti-Racism in Clinical Practice: Addressing Physician Well-being During the Pandemic and Beyond

In this unprecedented time, droves of health care workers are leaving an already underresourced field, creating a potential crisis in healthcare. If Physician Wellbeing and system transformation are not prioritized, the exodus may continue, resulting in fewer physicians providing direct patient care and more inequities in health care.

Learn of potential interventions to promote physician wellbeing and system transformation through a pro-equity, anti-racist approach during this webinar.


  • Lucy Torres-Deas, MD
    Director, Ambulatory Care Network Internal Medicine Primary Care
    Sites and Community & Population Health at the Allen Hospital,
    Columbia University Medical Center/New York-Presbyterian  
  • Chavon Onumah, MD, MPH
    Director, Primary Care Clerkship at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences  
  • Christopher Gonzalez, MD, MSCE
    Health Equity Research Fellow at New York-Presbyterian Hospital
    The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell  
This webinar was developed and sponsored by the SGIM Health Equity Commission, co-sponsored by the SGIM Clinical Practice Committee, and was originally delivered on January 14, 2022.

There is no CME offered for this activity.