Topic: As a part of Black History Month, MedPage Today speaks with Kameelah Phillips, MD, an ob/gyn and founder of Calla Women’s Health in New York City. We will talk about the history of racism in gynecology, recognize the Black women who contributed to practices still used today, and provide resources for clinicians communicating with patients in minority communities.
When: Thursday, Feb. 25, 4:30 PM EST
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Read Before the Event:
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