This is the official website for UC Irvine’s “Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare”, also referred to as Diversity in Medicine (DIM). Our goal is to spread awareness about different populations that face disparities in healthcare to promote culturally competent healthcare providers and community members. We hold a course every Winter quarter with speakers from the medical field to share their personal experiences and expertise working with stigmatized groups ranging from patients with HIV/AIDS to patients with Autism (for more information, check out our Topics page).
“Disparities in Healthcare” (PH91) is offered only in the Winter Quarter at UC Irvine, and is held on Wednesdays from 5pm-6:50pm in HG 1800. As the enrollment period begins for the Winter Quarter 2017, we want to encourage you to sign up for the class, which is a 2 unit Pass/No Pass course. Even if you cannot sign up for the class, you are more than welcomed to come and sit in on any lecture that you are interested in.
If you have any questions, please feel free to talk to any of the coordinators making announcements or email the Lead Coordinators’ account at DiversityInMedicine.Lead@gmail.com.