Planner: Christopher Banh

Diana Bojorquez, MD, Department of Pediatrics, SFO,
Stephanie Terry, MD, Department of OB/GYN, SFO,
Dan Santiago, MD, Department of Family Medicine, SFO,
Ryan Guinness, MD, Department of Family Medicine, SFO,
Sarah Mandel, MD, Department of OBGYN, SFO,
Sreelata Maddipati, Department of Anesthesiology, SFO,;;

1. Heather Choate, Project Manager III, TPMG Administration, SFO,
2. Marvin G Gin, Operations Specialist, TPMG Administration,
3. Leah Klinger, MD, Adult and Family Medicine, SFO,
4. Diana Bojorquez, MD, Department of Pediatrics, SFO,
5. Eric Dummel, MD, Minor Injury Clinic, SFO,
6. Christopher Banh, TPMG Administration, SFO,


Target Audience: This workshop is available to all SFO career physicians and non-physician clinicians.

Series Objectives:

Raise awareness and knowledge of disparities in patient care experience and health screenings.
Recognize that understanding, acknowledging and respecting cultural and health beliefs and practices enhances patient care experience.
Leverage the Four Habits Communication Model and identify strategies to increase cultural humility and help reduce heath disparities.


Disclosure: All the presenters and the CME chief, Dr. Ingrid Lim have disclosed no financial relationships with any ineligible companies related to this conference.

Session date: 
05/08/2023 - 8:30am to 10:30am PDT
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
2425 Geary Blvd.
San Francisco, CA 94115
United States
  • 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™

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