AHA and the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation are sponsoring the Jan. 19-20 equity summit, “Righting the Wrongs: Tackling Health Inequity,” organized by The Hastings Center and the Association of American Medical Colleges’ Center for Health Justice. The two-day virtual event will highlight historical lessons and decisions that have led to today’s health disparities, as well as strategies to address those inequities. RSVP and register here.

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