Webinar: Take A Stand On Racial Injustice: Perspectives From Mental Health Experts In Advocacy & Psychiatric Health Care

This PsychU webinar will feature a conversation on racial injustice in America. The panel discussion will highlight the current landscape of racial injustice, how racial injustice affects mental health perceptions and treatment, and potential ways to move forward to reduce this bias. The panel will include key leaders in mental health from National Alliance on Mental Illness, Mental Health America, and a psychiatrist who has worked to reduce disparities in mental health care as well as research in culture, ethnicity, and severe mental illness. The webinar is applicable to all audiences, including health care professionals, as well as mental health patients and caregivers.

Please Note: Due to high levels of interest, please access this webinar via your computer.

Speakers are paid consultants of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc.

Daniel Gillison
Daniel Gillison, Jr.
Featured Speaker
Chief Executive Officer
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Paul Gionfriddo
Paul Gionfriddo
Featured Speaker
President & Chief Executive Officer, Mental Health America
PsychU Stigma Section Advisor
William Lawson, MD, PhD, DLFAPA
Featured Speaker
Founder, Institute for Reducing Disparities, LLC
Medical Director, Emerge Baltimore, Baltimore, MD
Adjunct Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Bryan Archuleta, PharmD
Moderator
Medical Science Liaison, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc.

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Webinar will be held on July 7th at 12:00pm EST and 3:00pm EST

July 7th, 2020 12:00pm EST

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July 7th, 2020 3:00pm EST

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