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The Biology of Cancer: Financial Toxicity/Rural Populations

October 23, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Free
Financial Toxicity/Rural Populations: Navigating Access to Care in the Community – Danny Fitzgerald Ellis, MBA, PhD — Friday, October 23rd – 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM – The Biology of Cancer Lecture

 

The Biology of Cancer:
Exploring the Role of Race, Class, and Socioeconomics
in the Underserved and the Underrepresented

Behind cardiovascular disease, Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of deaths in the United States. What causes Cancer? Why have we not cured Cancer yet? What are some of the myths that surround Cancer care? Why do people of color seem to develop and die from Cancer at rates much higher than the majority of the population?

If you are interested in learning the answers to one or more of these questions, you should consider attending an engaging and stimulating, semester-long webinar series taught by cancer biologists, physicians, public health experts, and other cancer specialists from NCCU, UNC-Chapel Hill, and NC A&T. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to potentially hear from cancer survivors. These hour long webinars will be held during the Fall 2020 semester on Fridays at 11am. Come out and join us!

 

Photo of Danny Fitzgerald Ellis, MBA, PhD

Danny Fitzgerald Ellis, MBA, PhD

Senior Instructor
Vice Chancellor’s Fellow for Diversity Research
College of Business
East Carolina University

Financial Toxicity/Rural Populations:
Navigating Access to Care in the Community

 

Lecture Description

Dr. Danny Ellis will discuss existing and persistent access issues in the minority community. He will also share proven methodology of engaging Community Based Organizations in addressing access issues through research involvement

Learning Objectives:

  • Existing and persistent access issues in the minority community
  • Participants will be able to describe and differentiate access issues attributed to individual circumstances (finances, transportation, knowledge, etc.) as opposed to institutionalized barriers.
  • Describe the current assets within CBOs. Explain how Health Care Orgs can and should partner with CBOs. Identify current public and private partnerships with promising results.

 

Register to Attend via Zoom Webinar Link

 


 

*Lecture topic subject to change.

Details

Date:
October 23, 2020
Time:
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Organizer

UNC Lineberger Cancer Network
Phone:
919-445-1000
Email:
unccn@unc.edu
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