The past two years have been a major rollercoaster for all of us. So much has changed and despite much progress, so many uncertainties remain. However, life goes on and we have to figure out a way to take care of ourselves. As part of Mass General’s recognition of National Minority Health Month, we hope to be able to convey that there are still many safe ways to stay healthy and encourage communities who have been particularly affected by the pandemic to continue working with their healthcare providers to address preventive and chronic care needs. Please join us with your questions and concerns, and hear about how we can safely move forward.

Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST

Claude I. Alabre, MD
Efrén J. Flores, MD

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This online program is free and open to Mass General staff, patients, and the general public. No registration needed.

Have Questions About the Topic? Please submit questions you may have before the program to, so that the speaker may address them during the session.

The Blum Center has moved our programs online using a platform called Zoom. All programs are free and open to Mass General staff, patients and the general public. To attend this program, follow the Zoom link.

This program is a collaboration between the Maxwell & Eleanor Blum Patient and Family Learning Center and Mass General Equity and Community Health.

For questions about any of the programs, email the Blum Center at or call 617-724-7352.