There are challenges and barriers to creating Mental Health Equity in the workplace. Despite many employers making conscious efforts in and focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEI&B) initiatives there are still gaps and opportunities to ensure all employees’ mental health is supported.
Join Dr. Juliette McClendon, an expert on the role of racism and discrimination in shaping racial/ethnic mental health disparities, and Dr. Jenna Carl, VP of Clinical Development & Medical Affairs at Big Health as they bring to life how the below impact mental health equity:
- Societal Stigma
- Equitable Access
- Social Determinants of Health
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