2020 Annual Diversity Event at ZSFG



The 2020 Annual Diversity Event at ZSFG, Recognizing Social Justice in Public Health, featured a panel discussion loosely based on Our Invisible Guardians | A Public Health Documentary. The UCSF panelists shared their thoughts, current projects and updates on clinical, research and academic programs at ZSFG with a focus on social justice and health inequities.

  • Recognizing Social Justice in Public Health, October 28, 2020 | event recording.


Margot Kushel, MD

Teresa Villela, MD

Kirsten Day, MD

Malini Nijagal, MD, MPH


Jeffrey Critchfield, MD





Additional Resources

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Hamad R, Modrek S, White JS; Paid Family Leave Effects on Breastfeeding: A Quasi-Experimental Study of US Policies, American Journal Of Public Health; 2018 View in: PubMed 

Hamad R, Collin DF, Rehkopf DH; Estimating the Short-term Effects of the Earned Income Tax Credit on Child Health, Ammaerican Journal of Epidemiology; 2018. View in: PubMed