T. Rehman. The Impact of Social Determinants of Health on Emergency Department Utilization. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. May 16, 2019. Las Vegas, NV.
T. Rehman. Innovative Pathways for Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in Medicine. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. May 15, 2019. Las Vegas, NV.
T. Rehman. Examining Ourselves to Improve Care for Others: Reflections on Countering Bias in Emergency Medicine. Illinois College of Emergency Physicians Spring Symposium. April 25, 2019. Chicago, IL.
T. Rehman. Lessons Learned from Advocating for Diversity and Inclusion Practices through Curricular Reform and Storytelling. Academy for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Medicine. May 15, 2018. Indianapolis, IN.
J. Geiger, T. Rehman, D. Sklar, J. Tsai. How Medicine Can Be an Instrument of Social
Change: A Discussion About Physician Advocacy. Academic Medicine Podcast. May 23, 2017. Listen here.
T. Rehman. Why the Time is Now: Promoting Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in Medicine. Opening Plenary Session Speaker, Association of American Medical Colleges National Summit. May 4, 2017. Rancho Mirage, CA.
R. Rock, T. Rehman. Reaffirming Medicine’s Social Mission: Domestic Health Justice, Medical Education, and Student Activism. Perspectives on Medicine Series at Yale School of Medicine. January 12, 2017. New Haven, CT.
T. Rehman. Health Justice Advocacy Through Curricular Reform and Storytelling. Panelist, Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting. November 12, 2016. Seattle, WA.
T. Rehman. How Can Healthcare Providers-in-Training Address Bias?. Workshop Facilitator, Students for a National Health Program Summit. March 5, 2016. Nashville, TN.
T. Rehman and J. Minor. Bringing the Conversation on Bias in Medicine Beyond Closed Doors, One Story at a Time. National Physicians Alliance Annual Conference. October 17, 2015. Washington, D.C.
T. Rehman, R.M. Rock, R.E. Montenegro, K. Cyrus, D.P. Olson. Pilot Medical Education Course Teaches Students About Health Justice Advocacy: An Educational Intervention Study. ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2015. April 30-May 2, 2015. Boston, MA.
T. Rehman. Findings from First Study on Access to Mental Health Services Among Pakistan Muslim Women in the U.S. Panelist, Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program Summer Research Symposium, 2011
T. Rehman. Social stigma, cultural constraints, or poor policies: Examining the Pakistani Muslim female population in the U.S. and unequal access to professional mental health services. American Medical Student Association’s Annual National Convention. 2011. Washington, D.C.
H. Park, T. Rehman. Students and Scientists Breast Cancer Environmental Research Program. National Institute of Health’s Breast Cancer Environmental Research Centers’ Symposium. 2007. Cincinnati, OH