Learn how differences in culture—our values, beliefs, expectations and language—affect cancer prevention, screening, treatment and clinical trial participation. In the U.S., our health systems often assume that we have a common culture. By paying attention to cultural differences, we can improve access to care, quality of care and cancer outcomes. Our panel will talk about research on culture, how their organizations are meeting the needs of individuals and communities, and answer your questions. Register now!
Anna Maria Nȧpoles, PhD, MPH of NIH’s National Institute for Minority Health and Disparities
Ricki Fairley of TOUCH Black Breast Cancer Alliance
Lei-Chun Fung, MPH, MSW, CHES of the San Francisco Chinatown Public Health Center