Friday, April 21 - 12:30-1:30pm: Pediatric Grand Rounds with Shale Wong, MD, Department of Pediatrics and Malik Robison, Executive Director, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance – Moving Ahead – Engaging Artists to Advocate for Health Equity. This presentation will include a special performance by Cleo Parker Robinson Dance. CHCO – Mt. Oxford and via Zoom https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81051155228
Monday, April 24 - 12:00-1:00pm - Promoting Language Equity in Research: Balancing Pragmatics and Rigor – Hybrid at Anschutz Health Sciences Building (P12), 2011).
Tuesday, April 25 - 7:30-8:30am – Mt. Harvard - Choosing Your Own DEI Adventure – A Playbook - Presented by the DOP DEI – Community Culture & Equity Subcommittee. Breakfast served.
Tuesday, April 25 - 12:00-1:00pm – Health Equity Rounds - an interdisciplinary case conference addressing bias and systemic injustices in healthcare. Presented by the Pediatric Residents - Aspen Conference Room and via Zoom: https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/94009457292
As part of Celebrating Difference Week – The DOP and CHCO are partnering to host student engagement events April 25-27th
Tuesday, April 25th – 5:30pm-7:30pm – Children’s Colorado Health Pavilion - 860 North Potomac Street, Aurora CO – Meet on the 4th floor
Connect with MC2
We would like to invite your participation in an event to inspire future underrepresented health care providers. The MC2 Program (Medical Career Collaborative) is a two-year opportunity for high school juniors and seniors with programming activities taking place at Children’s Colorado and Denver Health. MC2 focuses on recruiting students from groups that are under-represented
in the healthcare workforce. This group of high-achieving young people typically consists of students of color and students from low-income backgrounds. The students come from schools all around the Denver Metro area. In this networking session,
we will ask you to share about your career and educational journey with these interested and engaged students who are on their own paths toward pursuing careers in healthcare. Dinner provided.
Wednesday, April 26th – 12:00pm – Mt. Oxford. Experience Different: A Conversation – Special Panel Conversation
We will host a special conversation about patient experience, from the perspective of patients. We invite you to join the audience to hear about how patient care is experienced and could be improved from a panel of impacted community members. Experience Different: A Conversation events, are opportunities for CHCO Team Members to participate in a monthly discussion series, about difference and the impact difference has on our identities, our work and relationships.
Thursday, April 27th - Black Health Initiative Simulated Scenario Event. Invitation Only.
To stem the impact of institutional and systemic racism, the Children’s Colorado Black Health Initiative (BHI) partners with the Center for Advancing Professional Excellence (CAPE) within the CU School of Medicine to deliver educational experiences about how Black mothers and their families experience health care and clinical settings. These simulated scenarios developed by community members teach skills necessary to improve health outcomes through culturally responsive care.
Friday, April 28th - Annual Ethics Conference – Considering Justice in an Unjust World
Saturday, April 29th – 4:00-8:00pm - 2701 Lawrence Street, Denver CO 80203 – A Private Hybrid Screening of Aftershock: For Black Women Pregnancy and Childbirth Can Be Deadly – A facilitated interactive panel and opt-in small group
action planning following the film. Presented by Sister to Sister – An International Network of Professional African American Women.
Free Health Equity Courses
Tanjala Purnell PhD, MPH, a professor of cardiology and clinical epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has several free courses on health equity. The courses are self-directed. Learn more >