The Patient Voice series, also known as the Charles James Nabors, Ph.D. Conference Series, recognizes and honors Dr. Charles James Nabors, a civil rights activist, former anatomy professor, and the first African American professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine. The series showcases patient voices from various communities and their thoughts on how to improve health care quality. Each month's presentation focuses on a different community. See below for monthly topics.
Program Contact: Jen Wilson, Programs Manager
Patient Voice 2019-2020 Events
Health at every size
Black & African American
Asian & Pacific Islander
Transgender & Gender Diverse Communities
Past Patient Voice Events
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