Social Justice in Public Health Series – Innovation: Implications for Racial and Criminal Justice

Social Justice in Public Health Series - Innovation: Implications for Racial and Criminal Justice

The Social Justice in Public Health Seminar (Webinar) Series is an innovative collection of lectures from experts in the fields of public policy, public health, and social justice, designed for students in public health, medicine, education, pharmacy, and nursing degree programs. The purpose of this seminar series is to provide an introduction to topics in social justice and public health.

Our 2023 Series will focus on the Impacts of Technology on Health Equity and Social Justice. Please join us as we examine the current technology landscape within the context of social justice and health equity, and explore existing challenges and solutions.

Session 6
Innovation: Implications for Racial and Criminal Justice
Date: December 7, 2023 | 5pm – 7pm
Synopsis: An examination of the social and racial implications of artificial intelligence, predictive algorithms and their impact on health equity and criminal justice.
Speaker: Steven Renderos

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Visit tu.edu/programs/public-health/about/social-justice-series/ to learn more!

 

 


Date/Time

Date(s) - Thu, Dec 7, 2023
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

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