The University of South Alabama Center of Excellence hosted its 2012 Symposium on April 13, 2012.
The symposium, titled “Community and Academia: Partners for Eliminating Health Disparities and Promoting Equity in Care,” was held at Via! Health, Fitness & Enrichment Center in Mobile.
The symposium provided a forum to foster meaningful dialogue between community members, community agencies and organizations, and USA faculty, staff and students. The dialogue centered on issues of importance to health disparate groups of the Mobile community.
The event featured Dr. Michael O. Minor, a champion of faith-based health and wellness mobilization.
The University of South Alabama Center of Excellence for Health Disparities is a federally funded program to aid institutions which address the inequality of health care within their community and region. To learn more, click here.