Online | Discrepancies and Disparities in Healthcare for Women

Bold and innovative voice on gender and racial equity in healthcare to speak at GW
Women of varying backgrounds standing together


The GW Resiliency & Well-being Center will present a lecture on "Discrepancies and Disparities in Healthcare for Women" with Esther Choo, MD MPH, professor of Emergency Medicine, Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University.

Dr. Choo is known as a bold and innovative voice on gender and racial equity in healthcare and an advocate for new frameworks for building positive and productive workplaces.  She is an NIH-funded health services and health policy researcher who takes a data-driven approach to organizational change.

She is a founding member of TIME'S UP Healthcare, which advocates for safety and equity in the healthcare workforce, serves on the board of TIME'S UP, and co-founded Equity Quotient, a firm that assesses organizational culture to help create a culture of equity, safety, and respect.

This event is co-sponsored by the Clara Bliss Hinds Women in Medicine and Science Society.  The Women's Well-Being Lecture Series is supported by the Rosemary Bowes, PhD, Women's Mental Health Fund.  Learn more about our women's well-being initiative.