The College of Health Professions Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Grand Rounds presents

Voices for Change
The Science of Trustworthiness: Eliminating Systemic and Social Barriers to Equitable Health in Marginalized Intersectional Communities

Participants had the chance to learn more about how to build and maintain relationships of trust with racial ethnic faith, aging and LGBTQ communities.

Click here to watch Voices for Change: The Science of Trustworthiness

ParticipantsRoleInformation
Robert Winn MD  Moderator Robert A. Winn, MD, Director and Lipman Chair in Oncology, VCU Massey Cancer Center, Senior Associate Dean for cancer innovation and Professor of pulmonary disease and critical care medicine, VCU School of Medicine
Jason Callahan webpage  Panelist Jason Callahan, M.Div, MS, Instructor in the Department of Patient Counseling, College of Health Professions, and Chaplain for the Thomas Palliative Care Unit in VCU Massey Cancer Center
Tracey Gendron  Panelist Tracey Gendron, PhD, Chair of the Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Gerontology and Executive Director of the Virginia Center on Aging
Archana Pathak  Panelist Archana Pathak, PhD, a diasporic feminist scholar-activist who examines issues of race, class, gender, sexuality, nationality and scientific imperialism from a social justice perspective.