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The Fred Hutch/University of Washington/Seattle Children's Cancer Consortium and The Office of Community Outreach and Engagement bring you community voices to share 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, rel ...
 
Exposing the social norms, policies and systems that contribute to health inequities in Black America. Our mission is to report the facts and offer solutions to eliminate race-based disparities and achieve health equity. The conversation is led by Pastor George F Nicholas the Senior pastor of Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church and Chairman of the Buffalo Center for Health Equity.
 
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 Innovation in Health Equity and is supported by ...
 
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 ...
 
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In this special episode of Off the Charts, co-hosts Steven Jackson, MD, Kari Haley, MD, and producer Jimmy Bellamy reflect on the past year since the podcast launched. They share the conversations they’re still thinking about, the quotes that have stuck with them and feedback from listeners that inspire them to keep going. Off the Charts will retur…
 
Episode 2 of Season 3 invites representatives from Latino/a/x Community Based Organizations; Iris Navarro Diaz de Leon of ‘El Centro De La Raza’ in Seattle and Jennyfer Mesa of ‘Latinos En Spokane’. Our conversation begins with discussing the development/creation of each organization and programs; the discussion then moves through topics such as wh…
 
Lorraine Love spent 15 years in human services before combining the warmth and spirit she had for that work with her skillsets in beauty, design, budgeting and management to open Minnesota’s first Black-owned bridal store. LaNoire Bridal in St. Paul has a culturally diverse selection of wedding attire and services. Love, who grew up in the historic…
 
For the past 40 years, Washington, D.C.-based Grantmakers In Health has been dedicated to helping foundations and funders of all sizes and interests through education, leadership and networking, working with hundreds of philanthropic organizations across the United States. Dr. Cara V. James, president and CEO at GIH, shares how and why her career h…
 
Penumbra Theatre was founded in 1976 by Lou Bellamy as a forum for African American voices in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area’s theater community. Today, Penumbra is using arts, equity and wellness as it evolves into the Penumbra Center for Racial Healing. President Sarah Bellamy and wellness director Camille Cyprian join share the process and …
 
When Willie Braziel thinks about growing up in a single-parent household without his father, he remembers the father figures and peers who helped him on his journey. The operations manager for HealthPartners Institute’s Office of Health Professional Education shares how role models and community programs for youth led him to a lifetime of mentorshi…
 
Munira MaalimIsaq remembers how difficult navigating the health care system was for her family after they moved to the U.S. from Somalia when she was 9 years old. Since then, she has wanted to help others in a similar position and give back to her community. Asking people what they need and providing education have been her keys to connection. Maal…
 
Health and well-being create a perspective that activates the way the world engages with us. Activities that are nature-based, happen outdoors and have an element of adventure lead to self-discovery, connection to the environment and building communities. Anthony Taylor, of the Metropolitan Parks and Open Space Commission, shares how riding his bik…
 
Equity and diversity bring new ideas, innovation and a richness that move progress forward. But some may think it’s a zero-sum game, that giving someone power takes it away from someone else. Emily Binstadt, MD, HealthPartners emergency medicine physician and director of simulation at Regions Hospital, talks about being a fierce advocate for women …
 
The OCOE is back! We're here for season 3 of Cancer Health Equity NOW! For season 3 premiere, we sit down with staff from all three branches in Seattle, Sunnyside, and Spokane to reflect on our previous health equity work and future aspirations. Join us as we meet our new members of the team, talk about our health disparities work, and future direc…
 
At HealthPartners and Park Nicollet, it’s part of our ongoing work to improve the health and well-being of birthing parents and babies, through health equity efforts focused on eliminating disparities in maternal and infant care. Diane Banigo, a doctorate-prepared midwife, certified nurse midwife and Park Nicollet community consultant, discusses me…
 
Episode 20 The 2022 Igniting Hope Podcast featured speaker Reverend Dr. Heber Brown, III is empowering the black community to take control of their food security.In this episode, you will learn: 1. How did African Americans gain control of the food supply chain in the past, and how can this knowledge be used to create a more equitable food system i…
 
For S2 Ep. 10 We are excited to present you with our first episode to come from the Spokane Office of Community Outreach and Engagement. Our Community Health Educator in our Spokane office had the opportunity to interview the Spokane Regional Health Districts’ Health Officer Dr. Frank Velazquez. We will get a(n) insight into the work of Dr. Velazqu…
 
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 pas…
 
NOTE TO LISTENERS: Technical difficulties affected some of the audio on this episode. Historically, there hasn’t been a lot of diversity in firefighting and emergency medical services. Seeing is believing, and two graduates of the St. Paul Fire Department’s EMS Academy Pathways program, which provides tuition-free emergency medical technician certi…
 
It is quite uncommon for three National Cancer Institute (NCI) Comprehensive Cancer Centers to form a partnership that addresses cancer health disparities among populations with the highest cancer burden, however, the Community Outreach and Engagement teams at Duke Cancer Institute, UNC Lineberger, and Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist take on this…
 
Episode 19 Zaneta Everhart's son was shot by a domestic terrorist on May 14th in Buffalo, New York. He survived, but has a bullet wound that went through his neck and out his back. Everhart has become an advocate for gun violence prevention since the shooting. She believes that the root causes of gun violence, such as poverty and lack of education,…
 
Childhood immunization schedules are designed for children’s young immune systems, helping to protect them from preventable diseases as early and as safely as possible. That’s why it’s so important to stay on schedule – even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Andrea Singh, MD, department chair of pediatrics at Park Nicollet and co-lead of the Children’s…
 
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 t…
 
Episode 18 If you're interested in health equity, the Igniting Hope Conference is for you. Learn about the work of Dr. Jamal Williams and how to take effective action to improve health outcomes and increase inclusion in medical research. In this episode you will learn: 1. How exclusion from medical research can impact treatment and resources for ch…
 
Racial disparities and major deficits exist in almost every child health measure. The most important one to improve, according to Dr. Jason Maxwell, is reading and literacy because of its statistical connection to adult poverty and incarceration. Dr. Maxwell, the HealthPartners chair of pediatrics and HealthPartners Como Clinic medical director, di…
 
Episode 17 Have you ever just stopped on the street to feel the wind on your face or the sun on your skin? These simple mindfulness practices are often overlooked but can really be beneficial to people who are dealing with trauma and grief. In this episode Pastor George is joined by grief coach Troia Butcher who came from Pennsylvania to Buffalo, N…
 
For Episode 8, the OCOE welcomes a discussion with Dr. Wendy Barrington, Inaugural Director for the Center for Anti-Racism and Community Health (ARCH Center) at the University of Washington and Dr. Rachel Chapman, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Global Health at the University of Washington. We take a deep dive into a discussion on the nume…
 
In maternal health, race matters. In the U.S., it’s evident in the statistics and disparities in maternal- and infant-health outcomes. HealthPartners is working to help reverse the trends of health inequities and close gaps in the disparities of birth outcomes with family-centered care, high reliability and health equity. Dr. Corinne Brown-Robinson…
 
Episode 16 The 47th Annual Juneteenth Festival in Buffalo, NY has been welcoming people from all over the country to celebrate long before June 19th was recognized as a National Holiday. Ras Jomo, the Executive Vice President for Juneteenth Festival, says, “I think there’s a whole lot of room, opportunity, and solidarity for Buffalo to show the wor…
 
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 Thomas LaVeist, Dean, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Weatherhead Presidential Chair in Health Equity. Pan…
 
From our inaugural webinar held March 8, 2002, we introduce Partners for Advancing Health Equity, 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 sta…
 
Being welcome, included and valued is a basic human need and essential to health and well-being. It’s why eliminating inequities is key to creating healthy communities. As an organization dedicated to the health and well-being of every person, HealthPartners is committed to building an anti-racist culture. President and CEO Andrea Walsh discusses t…
 
Episode 15 Claire Corwin from the Alzheimer's Association of WNY offers support and resources for those living with Alzheimer's disease AND their Caregivers! It's important that we break the silence and stop the stigma around this form of dementia and utilize the support groups available right here in our community. Unaddressed depression impacts c…
 
Episode 14 Was the domestic attack on Buffalo, NY that killed 10 and injured 3 racially motivated and executed by one disturbed young man? Or was the May 14th planned with a bigger political agenda, just before the mid-term elections? University at Buffalo professor Dr. Henry Taylor joins Pastor George to break down critical information in the case…
 
That Got Weird, a digital series from Twin Cities PBS, confronts the uncomfortable with real stories of racism experienced by Indigenous, Black, Asian and other people of color in Minnesota. Along with a promise of anonymity, each subject interviewed has a hand in designing their own character and giving it a pseudonym. Myc Daz, the show’s characte…
 
Episode 13 "To be a Negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be in a state of rage almost all of the time.” - James Baldwin. Is this what happened to Will Smith at the Oscars? Stan Martin joins Pastor George to discuss how we can move past the negative media portrayals of "toxic masculinity" and focus on what is Strong with Black …
 
Episode 12 "Most of the behavioral issues that we have are due to social media and technology." - Dr Keli, Guidance Counselor at Sweet Home High School Thanks to at-home and hybrid learning, students are more reliant on technology than ever before. The pandemic forced many of us to interact solely online, preventing the chance for our kids to gain …
 
In Episode 7, OCOE welcomes the new Community Health Educator, discuss our thoughts and experiences with Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR), and our new efforts in Spokane, Washington. We are excited about our continual growth as OCOE and we want to share with you how CBPR contributes to our success and discuss some misconceptions about …
 
Regions Hospital was the first Minnesota hospital to be verified as both a Level I trauma center for adults and children, able to meet the strict standards of providing entire families the highest level of care. Kelsey Berndt, MD, a trauma surgeon and the medical director of the surgical intensive care unit at Regions, joins the show to discuss tra…
 
Episode 11 Pastor George is joined by Rita Hubbard-Robinson to address food insecurity and how it impacts our physical and mental health in the wake of the racially motivated attack on the supermarket in Buffalo, New York. Many people say the Eastside of Buffalo is a "food desert" but deserts occur naturally. Food apartheid on the other hand is a m…
 
Episode 10 One of the biggest criticisms of the National School Lunch Program is the quality of the food. Healthier food costs more money to make, so many schools just don’t have the funding to improve school lunches. Plus, we have a long way to go when it comes to teaching kids to choose healthy food.There's no doubt that any food is better than n…
 
Awareness for mental health services in the U.S. has increased in recent years, but more work must be done. Over time we’ve learned how to talk about it – and just how important it is to speak up – as one in five people will experience mental illness. Sarah Cassell, the director of inpatient mental health services at Regions Hospital, joins the sho…
 
Episode 9 Why there is so much sugar and salt in all of the foods that we love to eat and how it's affecting our health? Do you have any idea what the acceptable amount of sodium and sugar intake is for your age? Aunt Connie is here to break it all down to you in Part 1 of this 2-part conversation with Pastor George on Igniting Hope Radio.About the…
 
Want to know what it’s like to be a Black woman in the workplace? The confirmation hearing and surrounding media coverage of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is a real time case study on the double standards we often face. Black Girl Magic is a myth. As Black people, we work twice as hard to get half as much; it’s diminishing to call it magic. In this e…
 
Pregnant patients should feel empowered to have a birth experience that reflects their culture and values. Regions Hospital Family Birth Center was created with that focus – as a place for family-centered care, high reliability and health equity. LeeAnn Hubbard, MD, the birth center’s medical director, discusses how health equity is the foundation …
 
Ep. 7 Pastor George sits down with Samantha Nephew to discuss Native American affairs in Western New York, including the recent dispute between New York State and the Seneca Nation over casino revenue sharing.Samantha is an active member of the Seneca Nation of Indians (Deer Clan) serving as an advocate for health equity in Western New York. Instag…
 
Everyone can actively work to develop greater intercultural competence. The Intercultural Development Continuum™ provides a roadmap for individuals, teams and organizations who wish to improve on their ability to understand and adapt to the diversity around them and become more fully inclusive. Sidney Van Dyke, the director of health equity and lan…
 
In Season 2 Episode 6, we have the privilege to sit down with Martha Zuniga, Deputy Director for Entre Hermanos as she shared her own journey with cancer and her efforts to reduce disparities in the community, especially for those who are underrepresented. She addresses the inequities that continue to negatively affect Latinx communities when it co…
 
Episode 6 You Are Not Alone Part 4: Faith & Mental HealthPastor Edward Jackson joins Pastor George Nicholas to discuss the role of the church when it comes to addressing mental health. As members of the clergy, it's important to understand that you can't just pray away mental health concerns. Some struggles are best addressed by a mental health pro…
 
You Are Not Alone Part 3 with Ebony M White and Pastor George Nicholas Identity and self-esteem are closely related and are very important to good mental health. Your sense of identity has to do with who you think you are and how you perceive yourself. It has to do with your sense of self-worth and how you define yourself.African Americans particul…
 
In this special episode of Off the Charts, we get to know co-host Steven Jackson, MD, a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician, and the medical director of patient experience at Regions Hospital. Dr. Jackson shares stories about growing up in Chicago, his desire to help people and how he always knew that he wanted to be a doctor. Host: Kari…
 
Episode 4 You Are Not Alone Part 2: Identifying Harmful Behavior Self-destructive behaviors are those that are bound to harm you physically or mentally. It may be unintentional. Or it may be that you know exactly what you’re doing, but the urge is too strong to control. It may be due to earlier life experiences. It can also be related to a mental h…
 
Episode 3 You Are Not Alone Part 1: Mental Health & SuicidePeople often think that talking about suicide will cause someone to take their own life, but that is a myth. In this episode of Igniting Hope Radio Kelly Wofford, director of the ECDOH Office of Health Equity joins Pastor George to break the stigma around mental illness, mental disorders an…
 
In this special episode of Off the Charts, we get to know co-host Kari Haley, MD, an emergency medicine physician and assistant medical director of Regions Hospital EMS. Dr. Haley shares stories about her birth in South Korea, adoption and growing up in Delano, Minnesota, her decision to pursue emergency medicine and passion for health equity. Host…
 
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