Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Center is pleased to host the virtual Aging, Health, Equity, and the Law Conference on September 13, 2021. The conference theme focuses on structural and systemic questions about discrimination and equity that older adults experience, and on policies recognizing these different challenges and promoting equity. The conference features individual presentations, panel presentations, and discussion groups. The conference will be held online with no registration fee. New York CLE credit will be available.
A non-exhaustive list of presentation topics might include:
Inequities in COVID-19 Care for Seniors, including State Responses to Deaths of Nursing Home Residents from COVID-19, and Caregiving
Vaccination Priorities in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Rationing of Health Care
Disparities in Wealth Creation, Housing, Employment, or Planning Based on Age, Race, Ethnicity, Class, Sexual Orientation, Disability, Gender or Gender Identity
Social Determinants of Health for Seniors
Age and Disability Discrimination
Elderly Prisoners, including Perspectives on Incarceration as a Public Health Issue and Compassionate Release
Telehealth Digital Divide
Historical and Current Perspectives on Elder Law, Health Care, and Race
Anti-Racism Approaches to Teaching and Learning Elder Law and Related Topics
Incorporating Cultural Sensitivity in Elder Law Courses
Presentation Guidelines, Deadline, and Submission Instructions
The program committee welcomes individual proposals and panel or discussion group proposals. Individual presentations will be 25 minutes including questions. Panels or discussion groups will be 50 minutes including questions. Presentation proposals are due by June 18, 2021.
The proposal should include:
- Presenter name(s), email, title, school affiliation, and mailing address
- Title of the proposed presentation or discussion group
- Presentation format: presentation, panel presentation, or discussion group
- A description of what you would like to discuss (300-500 words)
Submit your proposal through the conference website www.tourolaw.edu/ahelc. Email Professor Joan Foley at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. The program committee may not be able to accommodate all proposals.
Presentation proposals are due June 18, 2021.