In episode, Dr. Wangui, a geographer by profession, discusses her research work on gendered dimensions, rural livelihood change, environmental conservation, and climate change adaptation. She also addresses the link between her work and public and population health.
In this episode, Drs. Morrone and Arnold discuss their newly published edited book “From Surviving to Thriving in Appalachia: Place, Passion, Possibilities.” They highlight the nuances in Appalachia and rural health issues.
In this episode, Dr. Nicks discusses her work with breast cancer survivors and community engagement. She highlights the importance of focusing on the social determinants of health to enhance community health.
In this episode, as we commemorate international education week, four international students pursuing doctorates in the US, discuss the impact of COVID19, immigration policies and social well-being in 2020.
In this episode, Dr. Airhihenbuwa discusses the importance of centralizing culture within community-based interventions. He also highlights why it’s critical to situate behavior within the context of health equity.
In this episode, Henon who is recent MPH graduate, discusses her research work in diabetes, STH and STIs. She also shares her experiences working with communities in Appalachia as well as those in her native country Ethiopia.
In this episode, Dr. Turner-Musa discusses the link between Social Psychology and Public Health. She also discusses the ASCEND program that she directs that focuses on training undergraduate students in biomedical research.
Ms. Mburu, the Executive Director of WACI Health in Kenya, discusses her work as a civil society leader in Africa. She also talks about the importance of bringing together supportive voices to influence decision making processes and platforms as we ensure health for all!
Dr. Ahonkai, an infectious disease physician, discusses her work with marginalized HIV patients in the US and Nigeria. She highlights her interventions that have addressed HIV stigma and depression as well as continuum of care.
In this episode, Dr. Agbemenu talks about her nursing background and it’s interaction with public health. She also discusses her reproductive health research among African immigrant and refugee women in the Buffalo NY area.
In this episode, Dr. Craddock discusses her social work research among youth within the area of sexual and reproductive health. She highlights the importance of their social networks as well as the intersection of public health.
In this episode, you will hear from Sarah Ndiangui, a Public Health Analyst with a federal agency. She will describe her role in public health administration and the intersection of public health, community health and policy.
In this episode you will hear from Dr. Michael Reece an accomplished Public Health Researcher from Ohio University. He talks about his public health journey and his thoughts about how public health is relevant to our everyday life.