Race, Ethnicity and Culture and the Dementia Experience for Patients and Caregivers
Event Date & TimeApril 12, 2021 at 1:00-2:00PM CST
LocationOnline using GoToMeeting
Health care students and professionals are invited to join our grand rounds for clinical case discussion with renowned physicians and researchers.
Topic: Race, Ethnicity and Culture and the Dementia Experience for Patients and Caregivers
Presenter: Zeina Chemali, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital
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About the Speaker(s)
Zeina Chemali, MD, MPH, trained as a resident at the Harvard Neurology and Psychiatry programs, where she is now currently an associate professor. Dr. Chemali has provided clinical care and leadership in the Behavioral Neurology-Neuropsychiatry programs she founded at Partners HealthCare, first at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, then at Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. At the same time, she is a teacher and global researcher in clinical and public health. She has lectured at local, regional, national and international levels, written peer-reviewed original research, editorials, literature reviews, and book chapters in well regarded texts. In her public health global research and professional society involvement, she has sought to improve care for patients with complex neurology-psychiatry-medicine interface diseases as well as push innovative frontiers in brain health. She is committed to a culturally competent environment, providing compassionate equitable excellence through clinical practice and population research.