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Health equity issues in our country have been around for decades – largely impacting communities of color and rural areas. When it comes to economic and racial disparities in health the evidence is clear. This is more than a hot topic. Covid-19 has exposed the underbelly of how social determinants of health and racial disparities play out in our country. What we need now is to impart lasting change. Welcome to the InOn Health podcast. I’m your host Kaakpema Yelpaala, and I’m the co-founder a ...
 
The Fred Hutch/Univ. of Washington's Cancer Consortium and The Office of Community Outreach and Engagement will be bringing you community voices to share, various work in cancer-related research, cultural humility, personal experiences, and evidence informed practices that discuss reducing health disparities and inequities that exist in health and cancer care for our under-served communities in Washington State "We acknowledge exploited labor, racist, heterosexist, ableist, xenophobic, relig ...
 
We are the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, a network of maternal health equity experts and organizations working to make real change for women and birthing people in the U.S. Our podcast is a series of episodes connecting around culture, lifting voices and stories, exploring innovations in maternal care and discussing ways we can center equity in the way we approach our health and wellness. Learn more about us, explore our resource center and find support for all maternal hea ...
 
At the Rodham Institute, we work to alleviate health disparities in Washington, DC through a multipronged approach utilizing our position as a part of an academic medical center—George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. This podcast series examines issues of health disparities from several perspectives, bringing in the voices of doctors, academic researchers, and patients themselves. Produced and voiced by Diana Hla, a senior at Johns Hopkins University, and David ...
 
The path to better health lies in our DNA. Our drive to discover, care, learn and share is in our DNA. It defines who we are, just as your DNA defines you. On Season 2, we're exploring trust, authenticity and inclusivity in the era of COVID-19 – as well as climate change, evolving ICU care, health equity, why hard conversations matter, and why the rise in young adult colon cancer rates means it's time to bust the stigma (and more!). New episodes drop every week starting Aug. 23. #ListenDNA
 
Thrive Spice is a mental health and social equity podcast for Asian Americans, featuring real stories of resilience, grit and joy. It's a safe space that feels like group therapy meets celebrity interview, with a healthy dose of self-care. Join us as we share the untold stories of influential AAPI leaders, activists, entrepreneurs, and creators - and ask how they have found ways to cope, survive and thrive. Our mission is to normalize conversations about mental health and promote social equi ...
 
In season three of Mission Forward, we're exploring the state of our collective health in the wake of the pandemic and what's necessary to bring us back together. We talk with experts, truth tellers, and firebrands who work and move among us to see what lies at the intersections of identity, value, and power. This season, host Carrie Fox welcomes Natalie S. Burke, president of Common Health Action, public health expert, and equity evangelist as co-host to explore how people, communities, and ...
 
SkinnyTrees: Lift Health for All – is a podcast from the Simon Research Lab at the Center for Health Equity Transformation at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine hearing voices from the research and community world with a focus on health equity. Conversations and interviews will discuss the importance of achieving health equity, highlighting health disparities, and exploring innovative ways to improve health for all.
 
JAMA Health Forum is a peer-reviewed, open-access JAMA Network journal focused on health policy. The journal publishes original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. The podcast highlights new articles and their authors as well as the latest news in health policy for a broad audience interested in improving health and health c ...
 
What happens when a global pandemic and unprecedented socioeconomic injustice meets real people? In this new series brought to you by Contakt World -- hosts Justin Beck, Catherine Delcin, and Deepti Pahwa talk with top researchers and trusted experts to tackle issues that matter to people and the communities globally. Issues like public health, vaccines, social and racial justice, health equity, equality, fragility, fear-mongering, insecurity, community-based care and a whole lot more than j ...
 
The Health Center News podcast series, Health Centers on the Front Lines: Fighting COVID, tells the inspiring story of the health centers that are trying to achieve equity and fairness in the historic race to vaccinate people in communities hit hardest by the pandemic. Every episode focuses on a different health center and the work to make sure that anyone, anywhere, can get the COVID-19 vaccine. Founded as part of the Civil Rights Movement, Community Health Centers bring a social justice le ...
 
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The Cancer Health Equity NOW! Season 1 Finale is here! Our staff and faculty are on deck for our finale, as we reflect on the various moments from Season 1 and check-in with your OCOE staff to discuss our favorite moments, lessons learned, and more! It has been a great ride with many positive changes along the way including the addition of new team…
 
If you feel like your anxiety and stress have intensified since COVID-19, you're not alone. Nearly half of Asian Americans have reported anxiety during the pandemic, according to a recent report by Stop AAPI Hate. This is a mini podcast episode focused on panic attacks: what they are, where they come from and what we can do about it. I'm also going…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Neil Lewis Jr., assistant professor at Cornell University, joins KP to discuss systemic and structural issues of inequity in American society and how they relate to health inequities and disparities. Neil explains how these themes correlate to behavioral science and public health communication. Neil’s pas…
 
There is no return to a pre-COVID routine. Healthcare industry is undergoing a seismic transformation amid COVID-19, and these Vanderbilt experts are at the heart of it all. Learn how amplifying teamwork, representation, and research are central to battling misinformation and saving more lives.
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Carrie Paykoç, director of the Office of eHealth Innovation in Colorado, joins KP to discuss the intersection of public policy and technology and how it works to support all Coloradans for their health and wellbeing. Before joining Colorado’s Office of eHealth Innovation, Carrie previously held various po…
 
Can leaning into something you were previously ashamed of actually become your superpower? We find out when Vanessa talks to Gregory Cendana, a dancer, political strategist and entrepreneur who has been named one of Washington DC's most influential 40 under 40, about dancing for social justice. Gregory reflects upon his upbringing in a conservative…
 
Joy Lewis—senior vice president of health equity strategies at the American Hospital Association—joins KP in this episode of the InOn Health podcast. They discuss the impact of hospitals in reducing health disparities for various populations in the United States. Joy reveals the vision of the American Hospital Association, which focuses on achievin…
 
Get loud about what happens in the bathroom. You might find this awkward, but these four experts don’t because there’s a rise in young adult colon cancer. Find out why you need to be cognizant of what you flush, and explore research on the gut’s microbiome.
 
We know that the pandemic caused millions of people to lose their jobs, and potentially their job-based insurance, and yet new survey data showed surprisingly small changes in uninsurance rates at the end of 2020. Kate Bundorf, PhD, from the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and Jessica Banthin, PhD, of the Urban Institute talk to …
 
When we set out to produce season three of Mission Forward, we wanted to document this season of what we called perspective-shifting conversations. We wanted to touch on faith. We wanted to touch on media. We wanted to touch on the economy and the role of philanthropy in building back from a period of such damage from the impact of COVID-19. Right …
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Chris Pusey, chief operating officer at Rural Partners in Medicine, joins KP to discuss the current challenges of rural healthcare in the United States. Before joining Rural Partners in Medicine (RPM)—an organization dedicated to developing sustainable models for providing specialty care to rural populati…
 
The pandemic introduced critical care, or the ICU, to millions of people who worried about ventilators and hospital beds. Find out why an ICU stay is unlike other in-patient admissions and why the specialty exists. Critical care doctors talk about their COVID-19 experience and explain why it’s vital to make sure patients keep their dignity.…
 
Join us as we speak with experts about ways we can better serve women and birthing people and advance maternal health equity. From what is going well to what needs to be done to improve our health outcomes, we will share innovative work, new strategies, and impactful stories from people who are changing birthing care for families in our country. Le…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Sarah Dash, president and CEO of Alliance for Health Policy, joins KP to discuss her roles in health equity and healthcare initiatives in the United States. Sarah shares how she pursued a career path in public health policy, inspired by Edward Stierle’s biography, A Dance Against Time: The Brief, Brillian…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, KP introduces Dr. Monique Smith, ER physician and founding executive director of Health DesignED. Dr. Smith opens the conversation by sharing her upbringing as a first-generation Jamaican American and how it influenced her to study anthropology as a pre-med student at Harvard University. She explains how …
 
Explore trust, authenticity and inclusivity in the era of COVID-19 on Season 2 – as well as climate change, evolving ICU care, health equity, why hard conversations matter, and why the rise in young adult colon cancer rates means it's time to bust the stigma (and more!). New episodes drop every week starting Aug. 23. Enjoy this sneak peek.…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, KP welcomes Troy Bannister, Founder, and CEO of Particle Health, a platform enabling healthcare companies with secure and comprehensive access to medical data. Troy begins the conversation by sharing his experiences working in an ambulance throughout college, which ultimately paved his career in the digit…
 
The OCOE invites you to engage in conversation around policy! Policy changes in government can have some of the largest and broadest public health impacts, and we’re interested in seeing how it relates to health equity in Washington State. Dante’ Morehead continues to host and is accompanied by Dillon van Rensburg (CHE for Rural Populations) to sha…
 
Firearms are the most common method of suicide in the US over the past decade. Primary care and mental health clinicians frequently interact with individuals at risk for suicide, but clinicians are often unaware of whether these patients have access to firearms. Julie Richards, PhD, from the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute ta…
 
In the fourth episode of the InOn Health podcast, KP welcomes Simmone Taitt, CEO & Founder of Poppy Seed Health. Simmone founded Poppy Seed Health after experiencing a traumatic miscarriage, with no follow-up support or wellbeing services. Her experiences inspired her to become a doula and launch a platform that provides on-demand, 24/7 text access…
 
Many of the nation’s essential workers – who didn’t have the option of working from home during the pandemic -- rely on Community Health Centers for health care. Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center in Oregon is the medical home for these workers, with a long history of serving agricultural workers and their families. As one of the first health c…
 
Neighborhood Health in Alexandra, VA, is in a race to protect the underserved and the unvaccinated against the Delta variant of COVID-19. In our second episode, Executive Director and clinician Basim Khan, MD, describes how the ground game against COVID has changed. Their strategy has shifted from operating mass vaccination sites to engaging hard t…
 
Lyn, author of The Tiger Mom’s Tale, speaks out on her own personal mental health journey as a Taiwanese-American writer, mother, designer, and fitness trainer. Lyn tells us how she found peace and healing in her writing and Taiwanese heritage, and how fate led her to adopt “the happiest little boy in the world.” We talk about the effects of racism…
 
This episode of the InOn Health Podcast features Colorado Lieutenant Governor Dianne Primavera. She is a lifelong Coloradan and is a leading patient advocate who has spend three decades fighting for every Coloradan’s access to quality, affordable healthcare. The Lieutenant Governor talks about how the early years of her professional career opened h…
 
Dr. Brittani James, family physician and Co-Founder of The Institute for Antiracism in Medicine, joins KP in the ongoing discussion addressing health equity. Dr. James begins the conversation by sharing her upbringing, witnessing segregated systems in and outside the healthcare system. She reveals how the Covid-19 pandemic spotlighted the racial di…
 
Our first episode shines a spotlight on a health center deep in America's Bible Belt. Albany Area Health Center serves a rural Georgia county that ranked 4th in the world for COVID-19 deaths per capita last summer. Their effort to battle the pandemic brought out the best in their community, but now they face the daunting challenge of vaccinating pe…
 
Mayuko and Vanessa unpack myths about our mental and physical health in diet culture and discuss the allure of the abundance trap in many areas of our lives: our bodies, our self worth, our relationships, and our careers. Mayuko shares her own journey of self-discovery after uprooting her life in Los Angeles, CA and moving to Japan. We talk about f…
 
The InOn Health podcast premiere features Eric Parrie, an educator, social entrepreneur, and CEO of COVIDCheck Colorado. Eric led CovidCheck through statewide testing and vaccination access initiatives throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. InOn Health partnered with COVIDCheck Colorado to support school communities and organizations, children, and thei…
 
We've talked at some length this season about the role of the media — all kinds of media — in fostering hate and division, and the massive opportunity that exists in our communication spaces to lift one another, to repair, to rebuild. Our guest this week is someone whose steeped in a major movement to rewrite media's story in our society. Alicia Be…
 
In this special episode, Program Manager and Tribal Liaison for the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Ursula Tsosie, MSPH talks with Leona Swamp, Wolf clan from the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation and Executive Director of ASESHATE:KA'TE Grief Services, a Non-Profit Organization focused on helping Indigenous people process their grief in a safe and supportive …
 
According to this week's guest, "the word community has been co-opted to something that is a lie." While we might have a shared convention of community, when we use the word, our differences begin to rise to the surface. Our language is littered with words like this — family, culture, and yes, community — words that require us to stop, reflect, and…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching effects on the use of health care services. Dr Nora Becker of the University of Michigan talks about her research on reductions in the use of women’s preventive health services, and JAMA Health Forum Editors Dr John Ayanian and Dr Melinda Buntin discuss other JAMA Health Forum pieces on the effects of stat…
 
Health equity issues in our country have been around for decades – largely impacting communities of color and rural areas. When it comes to economic and racial disparities in health the evidence is clear. This is more than a hot topic. Covid-19 has exposed the underbelly of how social determinants of health and racial disparities play out in our co…
 
Biracial. Bisexual. Unapologetically Progressive. At 21 years of age, James Coleman is the youngest and first openly LGBTQ+ member to be elected to South San Francisco's City Council. We talk to James about the remarkable journey he's had - from growing up biracial as a child of a Taiwanese immigrant mother and Caucasian father, to having to care f…
 
Our digital universe was intended to close divides between time and space, to allow us to communicate more clearly and more often. But there is a situation in this digital universe that actually limits our ability to connect. External forces make us question what is true and false. We are at the mercy of algorithms created to shape our opinions and…
 
The interview with our featured guest, Dr. Kyu Rhee, was conducted in April ’21. Data referenced during this conversation will have changed since the recording. So, we know that inequality exists. But, do we think the government can fix it? Or can private enterprise step in to lend data, insights and financial muscle toward the problem? This week’s…
 
You're never too young or too old to find your voice. We talk to Brian Gao (incoming NYU Stern '25) and Arin Siriamonthep (Boston University '24) of Asians Speak Up, a New York based AAPI community advocacy group that has been featured on ABC Eyewitness News and Buzzfeed News. Brian and Arin tell us why the pandemic and recent hate crimes inspired …
 
"COVID-19 is not just a medical issue. It is also a social justice, economic, and political issue. That makes it hard to figure out how best to share information about it, especially since messages come from a range of communicators—including elected officials, journalists, scientists, physicians, and community leaders—and are delivered to diverse …
 
Happy Pride Month! Our guest is Jonathan TranPham, the CEO and Founder of reflect, a company whose mission is to make mental health more accessible. We talked about his own struggles with anxiety and how finding a therapist inspired him to create reflect. We talked about coming to terms with gay pride at work, toxic masculinity, and the model minor…
 
"We believe that philanthropy shouldn't be about barriers and bottlenecks." So says the About page of JustFund, the grant platform transforming giving. But removing bottlenecks is just one way that Just Fund is changing the game. Getting resources to organizations truly doing front line work involves challenging entrenched ideologies and engaging l…
 
How can we increase diversity in STEM, public health, or the health care workforce? What can we do to create more pathways for underrepresented students and educators to explore careers in science and/or medicine? In this Episode, the OCOE discusses these issues from the perspectives of our experts Dr. Jeanne Chowning, Kate Ceronsky, RNP, our own C…
 
Participating in value-based incentive programs imposes financial and time costs on physician practices. Dhruv Khullar of Weill Cornell Medical College and Jason Hockenberry of Yale School of Public Health discuss these burdens, the challenge of quality measurement, and ways increase the “value” of value-based payment programs like Medicare’s Merit…
 
In this special episode, a ChicagoCHEC Fellows Alumnus -- Maxson Joseph -- talks with two high school students part of the UIC Champions Vaccination Cohort.UIC Champions is a summer program with its goal of empowering Chicago youth to become community leaders, create pathways to health professions careers and advance health equity. More info at htt…
 
Mirfie Chan, founder of Love, the Chans, a social impact-based artisanal textile brand, shares how her experiences as an Arab Singaporean immigrant, wife and mother raising a mixed-race Asian American family have led her to champion diversity and conscious change in her personal and professional life. We talk about defying barriers to give ourselve…
 
"Journalist interested in what works and why." So reads the Twitter bio of this week's guest, Tina Rosenberg. She is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, in fact. She is a co-writer of the New York Times Fixes column which, according to the masthead, "examines solutions to social problems and why they work," and she is a co-founder and VP for Innov…
 
Holly talks about her journey and ever-changing identity growing up as a Pinay immigrant, and how she found her voice as a self-described introvert to become Student Body President at UC-Riverside and the founder of Holly Lim Strategies, a campaign strategy consulting firm that helps BIPOC and young adult candidates win their first election. She al…
 
Linda Villarosa is a brilliant storyteller. In addition to her work as a journalist, author, editor, and educator, she's a New York Times Magazine contributing writer where she covers race, inequality and health. You may have come across her 2018 cover story for the magazine titled 'Why America's Black mothers and babies are in a life or death cris…
 
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