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Race, Gender, Identity and Accessibility Matters in Collegiate Athlete Health
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Activity Name: Race, Gender, Identity and Accessibility Matters in Collegiate Athlete Health
Description: Live In-Person & Live Virtual Learning
Needs Assessment: The Pac-12 Conference, the NCAA, and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA collaborating with the American Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) and The U.S. Council for Athletes Health (USCAH) will host a Health Equity Summit addressing Race, Gender, Identity and Accessibility Matters in Collegiate Athlete Health on January 26-27, 2023, at the Luskin Center on the UCLA campus. The summit will provide an opportunity for attendees to engage with both multidisciplinary leaders as well as experts in research and the clinical care of competitive athletes with a specific focus on improving health equity.

A key goal of the summit is to provide examples of effective educational programming for collegiate sports medicine professionals and practitioners, as well as strategies for creating a more inclusive environment for supporting diverse and underrepresented student-athletes both now and in the future.

Participants will have the opportunity to examine healthcare delivery through the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion in order to analyze its impact on the collegiate student-athlete population.

The two-day program will feature lectures and panel discussions, including with current and former student-athletes, physicians, athletic trainers, educators, and administrators as they explore current and historical disparities for underrepresented populations, unique burdens and impacts on mental health.

Course Objectives: At the completion of this program, participants should be better able to:

(1) Describe current and historical disparities in healthcare for underrepresented population groups
(2) Recognize obstacles that exist and limit underrepresented population groups from accessing comprehensive medical care
(3) Discuss how disparities and obstacles accessing healthcare impact the student-athlete
(4) Identify the unique burdens for an underrepresented student-athlete
(5) Recognize how Mental Health programming may impact studentathletes of underrepresented groups
(6) Recommend effective educational programming for members of the collegiate sports medicine units
(7) Identify optimal strategies to create an environment where diverse and underrepresented student-athletes feel comfortable accessing care
(8) Recognize strategies to promote diversity, equity and inclusion across multidisciplinary care teams

Location Information
Meeting Location: UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center
Meeting Location URL:,-118.446933,17z/data=!4m8!3m7!1s0x0:0xd73874d4f138751a!5m2!4m1!1i2!8m2!3d34.0692755!4d-118.4457852?hl=en
Location Address: 425 Westwood Plaza
Location City: Los Angeles
Location State: CA
Location Postal Code: 90095
Location Country: US
Activity Information
Start Date: 1/26/2023
End Date: 1/27/2023
Fees: ($275) Live In-Person ($225) Live Virtual
Meeting URL:
Credit Information
Credit Amount: 10.75
Credit Unit: Credits
Accreditation: ACCME - Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education > AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Activity Learning Format: Live Activity
Contact Information
Contact Name: UCLA Office of Continuing Medical Education
Contact Address: 10920 Wilshire Blvd.
Contact City: Westwood
Contact State: CA
Contact Postal Code: 90024
Contact Country: US
Contact Phone: 310-794-2620
Contact Email:

Type:     Live Activity
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