“Deconstructing Disparities Discourse During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Examining the Relative Importance of Identity and Social Class in Determining Risk of Infection and Death"
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Seth D. Hannah, Lecturer in Global Health, University of California, San Diego.
This seminar is cosponsored by the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
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Seth Donal Hannah, PhD, is Lecturer in Global Health at the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Hannah is a sociologist specializing in how race, ethnicity, and culture shapes the delivery of healthcare. He earned his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2011 after completing a predoctoral training program in Inequality and Social Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and another in Culture and Mental Health Services from Harvard Medical School. He is currently studying the dynamics of medical interpreting in community health settings, the different ways diversity impacts health care in the United States, Switzerland, and Canada, and the experiences of fatherhood among formerly incarcerated African American men.