Panel Discussion

Practicing Inclusive Medicine: From Policy Changes To What Doctors Need Now

This event has ended. You can watch the recording here.
Practicing Inclusive Medicine: From Policy Changes To What Doctors Need Now

Join Dr. Dara Kass, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center; Dr. Craig Spencer, Director of Global Health in Emergency Medicine; Celeste Iroha, CEO, The Pre-Nursing Platform; and Sarah Dash, President & CEO of the Alliance for Health Policy to learn how the healthcare community can practice inclusive medicine that reaches the hardest hit communities.

Meet The Speakers

Dr. Dara Kass
Dr. Dara Kass

Dara is an emergency medicine physician, professor and advocate for the advancement of women in medicine. While treating patients, Dara became infected with COVID-19 and has become a leading advocate for the risks the pandemic poses to healthcare workers’ mental health. Additionally, Dara is the Founder and CEO of FemInEM.

Dr. Craig Spencer, MD MPH
Dr. Craig Spencer, MD MPH

Craig is the Director of Global Health in Emergency Medicine at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center. He has worked in Africa and Southeast Asia as a field epidemiologist on numerous projects examining access to medical care and human rights. An ebola survivor, Dr. Spencer serves as Director of Global Health in Emergency Medicine at @ColumbiaMed, teaches public health at @NYPhospital and serves on the board of @MSF_USA.

Celeste  Iroha
Celeste Iroha

Celeste is the CEO of The Pre-Nursing Platform, an organization dedicated to helping fellow Pre - Nursing students that are looking to go into Nursing or apply to Nursing School. Currently, Celeste works as a Registered Medical Assistant.

Sarah J. Dash
Sarah J. Dash

Sarah is the president and chief executive officer at the Alliance for Health Policy. She drives the mission and vision of the Alliance, as well as advances and maintains the reputation of the organization as the leading nonpartisan resource for policymakers and health leaders in an evolving health policy environment.