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  • Culturally Responsive Assessments– Unraveling structural racism to support Black and Latinx youth with ADHD Episode 2

    22 MAG 2024 · Continuing the conversation from episode one, in this episode we discuss the intersections of trauma, racism, and exposure to violence that affect adolescents, the idea of radical hope and liberation, and what needs to happen in the system and our society improve the overall wellbeing of these youth.   Host: Caryn Bell, Associate Director, Partners for Advancing Health Equity, Assistant Professor, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine   Guests: Dr. Zoe R. Smith, licensed clinical child and adolescent psychologist and assistant professor of psychology at https://www.luc.edu/. She is a https://www.rwjf.org/en/about-rwjf/how-we-work/evidence-and-data/health-equity-scholars-for-action.html https://www.rwjf.org/en/about-rwjf/how-we-work/evidence-and-data/health-equity-scholars-for-action.html and her research is focused on developing and providing community-centered mental health services for Black and/or Latina/é/o youth and their families. Her current work includes providing culturally responsive psychodiagnostic assessments for Black and/or Latiné teens with suspected ADHD.   Marcus A. Flax, Second-year clinical psychology PhD student at Loyola University Chicago. He is a Health Policy Research Scholar, and his research is focused on examining the impact that trauma has on Black and Latiné adolescents and the strategies they use to cope in order to inform the development of culturally responsive interventions. 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  • Culturally Responsive Assessments– Unraveling structural racism to support Black and Latinx youth with ADHD Episode 1

    21 MAG 2024 · In part one of this two-part episode we discuss the effects and utilization of culturally responsive wellbeing assessments for Black and Latinx adolescents with ADHD to address negative impacts of structural racism. This includes providing access to quality care, proper diagnosis, and interventions for those oppressed by the system. Our guests, Zoe Smith and Marcus Flax, who are leading this project, share their experiences and what they are doing to ensure adolescents are seen, valued, and able to get the care they deserve.   Host: Caryn Bell, Associate Director, Partners for Advancing Health Equity, Assistant Professor, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine   Guests: Dr. Zoe R. Smith, licensed clinical child and adolescent psychologist and assistant professor of psychology at https://www.luc.edu/. She is a https://www.rwjf.org/en/about-rwjf/how-we-work/evidence-and-data/health-equity-scholars-for-action.html https://www.rwjf.org/en/about-rwjf/how-we-work/evidence-and-data/health-equity-scholars-for-action.html and her research is focused on developing and providing community-centered mental health services for Black and/or Latina/é/o youth and their families. Her current work includes providing culturally responsive psychodiagnostic assessments for Black and/or Latiné teens with suspected ADHD.   Marcus A. Flax, Second-year clinical psychology PhD student at Loyola University Chicago. He is a Health Policy Research Scholar, and his research is focused on examining the impact that trauma has on Black and Latiné adolescents and the strategies they use to cope in order to inform the development of culturally responsive interventions. 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  • Healthy Neighborhoods Study Episode 2: Leading Change through the Valued Voices of Community Collaborators

    1 MAG 2024 · This is episode two continuing the conversation about the https://hns.mit.edu/, a 7-year multidisciplinary, multi-site participatory action research (PAR) project focused on neighborhood change, climate-related exposures, community resilience, and health equity in 9 low-income, racially/ethnically diverse communities in metropolitan Boston. In this episode our guests share their experiences as researchers, friends, and community members, the concept of “naming the player, naming the game”, including how they work to understand the influence of investors and their accountability on neighborhood development projects.   Guests:   Irodina Abreu, New Bedford Resident Researcher, Healthy Neighborhoods Study https://www.linkedin.com/in/vedette/, Public Health Research Consultant , Co-PI, Healthy Neighborhoods Study https://www.regsolutions.org/about, Founder/ Principal, https://www.regsolutions.org/ , Mattapan Resident Researcher Coordinator, Healthy Neighborhoods Study https://impactengines.northeastern.edu/ia/c2c/team/patrice-williams/, Assistant Research Professor of Participatory Action Research, Provost Impact Fellow, School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University Host: https://sph.tulane.edu/sbps/caryn-bell-phd, Associate Director, P4HE Collaborative, Assistant Professor, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine   Resources:  https://hns.mit.edu/ https://actionresearch.mit.edu/what-par https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/9d0dc361-b0b6-478b-9d0e-647409e47ee2.pdf https://youtu.be/sbMfV6lGFkY
    46 min. 19 sec.
  • Healthy Neighborhoods Study Episode 1: Leading Change through the Valued Voices of Community Collaborators

    1 MAG 2024 · This is part one of two episodes discussing the https://hns.mit.edu/, a 7-year multidisciplinary, multi-site participatory action research (PAR) project focused on neighborhood change, climate-related exposures, community resilience, and health equity in 9 low-income, racially/ethnically diverse communities in metropolitan Boston. In this episode we hear from the team leading the study about neighborhood improvement, community resilience, and the importance of community collaborators as valued voices to inform and lead change within their neighborhoods.   Guests: Irodina Abreu, New Bedford Resident Researcher, Healthy Neighborhoods Study https://www.linkedin.com/in/vedette/, Public Health Research Consultant, Co-PI, Healthy Neighborhoods Study https://www.regsolutions.org/about, Founder/ Principal, https://www.regsolutions.org/ , Mattapan Resident Researcher Coordinator, Healthy Neighborhoods Study https://impactengines.northeastern.edu/ia/c2c/team/patrice-williams/, Assistant Research Professor of Participatory Action Research, Provost Impact Fellow, School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University Host: https://sph.tulane.edu/sbps/caryn-bell-phd, Associate Director, P4HE Collaborative, Assistant Professor, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine   Resources:  https://hns.mit.edu/ https://actionresearch.mit.edu/what-par Thttps://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/49d813d3-faf0-4d89-8ce9-283e0cd842e2.pdf https://youtu.be/Y9VVQY8jg00
    32 min. 52 sec.
  • Shifting Power: Understanding Community Building for Health Equity

    26 FEB 2024 · This podcast is produced from a recent Partners for Advancing Health Equity webinar, held November 2023. Moderated by our podcast host, Caryn Bell, she and guests discuss how recognition of structural racism, sexism, and other structural marginalization are the root causes of health inequities. However, it is not enough. Efforts to make changes on the structural level require shifts in power that center the views, experiences, and desires of the communities that experience harm. Understanding and collaboration across multiple sectors are needed to build community power to affect change. This discussion showcased work that uplifts the idea that building power in communities is key to changing structural drivers of health inequities and health equity. Host and Moderator: https://sph.tulane.edu/sbps/caryn-bell-phd https://sph.tulane.edu/sbps/caryn-bell-phd Panelists: https://uwphi.pophealth.wisc.edu/staff/heller-jonathan/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/gigi-barsoum-0051625/ Resources from this episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjfS80L1G6Q https://www.partners4healthequity.org/sites/default/files/2024-01/P4HE_November_Report.pdf https://www.partners4healthequity.org/resource-library/power-call-public-health-recognize-analyze-and-shift-balance-power-relations https://www.partners4healthequity.org/resource-library/power-call-public-health-recognize-analyze-and-shift-balance-power-relations https://ssir.org/articles/entry/a_new_framework_for_understanding_power_building https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/934cbe95-5612-48e6-8b56-b6c872c0d232.pdf
    42 min. 2 sec.
  • Colin Killick- Affecting change for people with disabilities

    25 LUG 2023 · In this episode we talk with Colin Killick, Executive Director of https://www.dpcma.org/, about how and why the disability community has been largely left out of the health equity conversation. We cover what health equity should look like for people with disabilities and the Social Model of Disability, its definition of disability, and how this impacts advocacy and policy making. We also hear about Colin’s work with Disability Policy Consortium and their efforts and accomplishments to improve equity and housing for the disabled community and how others can advocate and be allies for people with disabilities. Host: https://sph.tulane.edu/sbps/caryn-bell-phd, Associate Director, https://www.partners4healthequity.org, Assistant Professor, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine Guest: https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/e1237cc0-f9d2-4fba-9595-5342a4dbe4fc.pdf, Executive Director, https://www.dpcma.org/ Resources: Webinar mentioned in this episode: https://www.partners4healthequity.org/resource-library/setting-health-equity-visions-success-part-one, March 28, 2023, hosted by Partners for Advancing Health Equity https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/28515906-bb72-4473-bfbe-941d173fdda3.pdf https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/5a723d94-bad4-4520-b458-a51b09ce6409.pdf
    55 min. 41 sec.
  • Pathways to Health Equity: Paula Braveman, PhD, a life dedicated to social and health justice

    19 GIU 2023 · In this episode of the series, Pathways to Health Equity, we speak with Dr. Paula Braveman, Professor of Family and Community Medicine and Founding Director of the Center for Health Equity at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), about her life experiences and their influence on her path in the field as well as her thoughts on the past, present, and future state of health equity. For more than 25 years, she has studied and published extensively on health equity and the social determinants of health. Full bio: https://profiles.ucsf.edu/paula.braveman Papers discussed in this episode: - Systemic and Structural Racism: definitions, examples, health damages, and approaches to dismantling. https://www.healthaffairs.org/doi/full/10.1377/hlthaff.2021.01394 - Paula A Braveman, Shiriki Kumanyika, Jonathan Fielding, Thomas LaVeist, Luisa N Borrell, Ron Manderscheid, Adewale Troutman. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3222512/. Am J Public Health 2011 https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/a3dc7a8c-d7c9-471c-988b-855eb41fd779.pdf
    33 min. 21 sec.
  • Pathways to Health Equity: Sherman James, PhD, from the Deep South civil rights era to becoming a leader in the field

    19 GIU 2023 · In this episode of the series, Pathways to Health Equity, we speak with Dr. Sherman James, the Susan B. King Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Public Policy in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, about growing up in the Deep South, firsthand experiences during the civil rights movement, and other circumstances that put him on the path of health justice, establishing him as a leader and innovator in the field. Full bio: https://sanford.duke.edu/profile/sherman-james/ Papers discussed in this episode: Tyroler, H. A., and S. A. James. “https://scholars.duke.edu/individual/pub751773” American Journal of Public Health 68, no. 12 (December 1978): 1170–72.James, S. A. “https://scholars.duke.edu/individual/pub664766” Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 18, no. 2 (June 1994): 163–82. https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/615655bc-e817-4118-858f-72d475d814ff.pdf
    59 min. 53 sec.
  • Next Steps in Advancing Health Equity: Cross-sector perspectives

    19 GIU 2023 · From our inaugural webinar held March 8, 2002, we hear from national cross-sector thought-leaders as we discuss next steps in health equity practice and policy across research, community, and funders. Hosted by https://sph.tulane.edu/hpm/thomas-laveist-phd, Dean, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Weatherhead Presidential Chair in Health Equity. Panelists in this episode: - https://drexel.edu/dornsife/academics/faculty/Sharrelle-Barber/, Director, The Ubuntu Center on Racism, Global Movements, and Population Health Equity at the Dornsife School of Public Health - https://www.nationalpartnership.org/about-us/staff-board/sinsi-hernandez-cancio.html, Vice President for Health Justice, National Partnership for Women and Families - https://www.gih.org/person/cara-james/, President and CEO, Grantmakers In Health - https://ccphealth.org/about/team/al-richmond-2/, Executive Director, Community-Campus Partnerships for Health https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/f34f02ba-1941-49bc-8a20-7ac669223476.pdf
    45 min. 43 sec.
  • Introducing Our Health Equity Research Learning Collaborative

    19 GIU 2023 · From our inaugural webinar held March 8, 2022, we introduce https://www.partners4healthequity.org, a research learning collaborative designed to spark discussion, share learning, foster collaboration, and facilitate resource exchange for the promotion of action-oriented health equity research, practice, and policies. It also includes the current state of health inequities, and why we must identify next steps necessary to improve the lives of those impacted by social injustices. Presented by:https://sph.tulane.edu/hpm/thomas-laveist-phd, Dean, https://www.sph.tulane.edu, Weatherhead Presidential Chair in Health Equity https://sph.tulane.edu/hpm/andrew-c-anderson-phdAssociate Director, Partners for Advancing Health Equity, Assistant Professor, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. https://files.constantcontact.com/4c2e156f801/447f6126-a7a1-4433-9ee0-ac85e97adb0e.pdf
    10 min. 9 sec.

Welcome to Partners for Advancing Health Equity, a podcast bringing together people working on the forefront of addressing issues of health justice. Here we create a space for in-depth conversations...

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Welcome to Partners for Advancing Health Equity, a podcast bringing together people working on the forefront of addressing issues of health justice. Here we create a space for in-depth conversations about what it will take to create the conditions that allow all people to live their healthiest life possible. Partners for Advancing Health Equity is led by Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, is a part of the Tulane Institute for Health Equity and is supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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