Torrens Lecture: Diversity in Health Professions–featuring Sue Dunlap, CEO of Planned Parenthood LA, on 11/30

RSVP Now for The Paul Torrens Health Forum at UCLA: Diversity in Health Professions: Successes, Challenges and What the Future Holds, Nov. 30th


Wednesday’s Health Forum, “Diversity in Health Professions: Successes, Challenges and What the Future Holds,” will feature Sue Dunlap, the President & CEO of Planned Parenthood
Los Angeles. See
 information below. 


Alumni are welcome to attend.  Please RSVP.  It will take place on 11/30 from 6-8 PM.





Eric Wilks

Office Administrator

Office of Development & Alumni Affairs

UCLA Fielding School of Public Health

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The Paul Torrens Health Forum


Diversity in Health Professions:

Successes, Challenges and What the Future Holds


Diversity of all kinds impacts the patient experience–from racial, ethnic, cultural and sexual identities, to ageism, ableism, and gender differences, and even ways of thinking and domains of knowledge. Such differences may hinder some
individuals from seeking care or cause cultural blind spots in clinicians and institutions that compromise quality care and perpetuate certain health disparities. Against the backdrop of recent political events, this Health Forum will explore both the power
of diversity in complex systems as well as the challenges and considerations of recruiting, promoting and retaining a diverse healthcare workforce.

NEXT Wednesday, November 30, 6:00-8:00 pm PST       

              6:00-6:30pm: Reception

              6:30-7:15pm: Panel Presentations

              7:15-8:00pm: Question and Answer Session


Where: Neuroscience Research Building Auditorium, UCLA 

              635 Charles E. Young Drive South, Los Angeles







Sue Dunlap photo

Sue Dunlap
President and CEO, Planned Parenthood Los Angeles

Scott Page photo

Scott E. Page, PhD

Leonid Hurwicz Collegiate Professor of Complex Systems, Political Science, and Economics, The University of Michigan – Ann Arbor



Marjorie Kagawa-Singer photo

Marjorie Kagawa Singer, PhD, MA, MN, RN, FAAN
Research Professor, Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
UCLA Fielding School of Public Health

Acting Director, Asian American Studies Center

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