Register for the 21st Annual Frank Bryant Jr. MD, Memorial Distinguished Lecture today


Can laws and policies help establish health care equity in our communities? Keynote speaker Dayna Bowen Matthew, JD, PhD, leader in public health and civil rights law, believes so. The 21st Annual Frank Bryant Jr., MD, Memorial Distinguished Lecture is back this spring, providing yet another thoughtful discussion on ethics in health care.

The free event is open to all and will provide the opportunity to mingle with other health care professionals. Click the below link for more information.

Tuesday, April 9, 2024 | noon – 1 p.m. | UT Health San Antonio Holly Auditorium

Every year, the Charles E. Cheever Jr. Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics provides continuing education in ethics for health care providers in the community. This year, the lecture will cover:

  • Ways that racial bias is a primary cause of inequity in health care delivery and disparate health outcomes.
  • Ways medical providers, including physicians and other clinicians, can contribute to reducing health disparities by reducing bias and structural inequality.

Claim your seat today! Register and check out the full event details here. For event questions or concerns, please contact the Charles E. Cheever, Jr. Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics at


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