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March 15 Dr Joni Nelson

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences hosts bimonthly Grand Rounds that span the academic year.

Join us as we host Dr. Joni Nelson, Assistant Professor and Deputy Director in the Division of Population Oral Health at the James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine.

In this presentation, participants will experience an initial preview of addressing determinants of health as it relates to understanding the consequences of poverty on healthcare access and utilization. Through a brief simulation, participants will explore the intersections of poverty on healthcare behavior decision-making. Participants will also have an opportunity to learn about promising strategies around patient management skills necessary to reduce the risks poverty plays in their patients’ healthcare outcomes.

 

The Medical University of South Carolina designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1.0
Credit(s)™. At the completion of the presentation, attendees
will be able to:
1. Describe the principles of social determinants of health
2. Describe the clinical and evidence-based research
implications of social disadvantages among America’s
vulnerable populations
3. Discuss opportunities to reduce risks for patient populations
impacted by poverty

 

Unable to attend in person? Register for our live stream.
Go to: https://musc.webex.com

Once the host approves your registration, you will receive a
confirmation email with instructions for joining the session.

Further details online at musc.edu

/psychevents or at 843-792-0175

 

Nelson Flyer