Equitable Access to Care Series

Equitable Access to Care is a multi-part series examining health disparities and how racism and other social determinants of health directly impact the quality of and access to healthcare.

How to Access History and Health Modules

All History and Health online learning modules are available through Canvas Catalog. Please note: If you do not have a VCU email account, when you click on a module, you will be prompted to create a Canvas Catalog account and to enroll in a course. There is no cost to enroll and you will have a login and password to access all History and Health modules which are free.


Individuals who participate in a majority of the History and Health Program events and online modules will earn a digital badge. VCU Health employees may count their History and Health Program participation hours toward their DEI training requirements.

History and Health events and educational content is created in collaboration with the Health Humanities Lab at the Humanities Research Center. Special thanks to our community partner, Terri Erwin, PhD, Organizer, New Leadership Development at the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy, for her contributions to Unequal Burdens.

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