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S3 Ep. 1 Exploring Antiracism with Dr. Camara Jones and Dr. Keon Gilbert

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S3 Ep. 6 Exploring Lessons Learned From Community Participatory Data Collection in Rural Areas With Katherine Seals, Jamila Freightman, and Joetta Shields-Pitts
S3 Ep. 6 Exploring Lessons Learned From Community Participatory Data Collection in Rural Areas With Katherine Seals, Jamila Freightman, and Joetta Shields-Pitts
In this episode, host Andrea Bodkin talks with Katherine Seals, Jamila Freightman and Joetta Pitts to learn about a Community-Based Participatory Research approach to data collection in three parishes in rural Louisiana. This article references the paper titled "Empty Houses, Loose Dogs, and Engaged Citizens: Lessons Learned From Community Participatory Data Collection in Rural Areas" by Katherine Seals, MPH, Jessica Stroope, MPH, Jamila Freightman, BA, Laura Ainsworth, PhD, LCSW, Aimee Moles, LCSW, PhD, and Denise Holston, PhD, RDN, LDN.
34:04
February 06, 2023
S3 Ep. 5 Exploring an Abolitionist Perspective on the Carceral Apparatus in Order to Eliminate Hepatitis C with Prashasti Bhatnagar and Sonia Canzater
S3 Ep. 5 Exploring an Abolitionist Perspective on the Carceral Apparatus in Order to Eliminate Hepatitis C with Prashasti Bhatnagar and Sonia Canzater
"Our main goal or argument is: HCV rates cannot be changed or eliminated if we cannot meaningfully reduce incarceration rates and our reliance on the carceral apparatus, and reallocating funds from this apparatus to community-based prevention efforts will bolster elimination efforts for Hepatitis C and also improve overall societal outcomes." In this episode, Prashasti Bhatnagar and Sonia Canzater discuss the need for reinvestment into communities as a preventive approach to decrease incarceration, as well as destigmatization of those experiencing incarceration because it prevents allocation of resources. They also draw attention to the carceral apparatus's failure to provide healthcare and the resulting effects on communities. This episode references the article titled "Investing in Community Care Is an Important Goal and Need for Eliminating Hepatitis C in the United States: An Abolitionist Perspective" by Prashasti Bhatnagar, JD, MPH and Sonia L. Canzater, JD, MPH.
34:31
January 30, 2023
S3 Ep. 4 Exploring the Social Life of Food and Its Role in the Health and Wellbeing of Dominican Immigrants – an HPP Paper en Español with Dr. Linda Sprague Martinez and Magalis Troncocso
S3 Ep. 4 Exploring the Social Life of Food and Its Role in the Health and Wellbeing of Dominican Immigrants – an HPP Paper en Español with Dr. Linda Sprague Martinez and Magalis Troncocso
In this episode, Dr. Melissa Valerio- Shewmaker is in conversation with Dr. Linda Sprague Martinez and Magalis Troncoso. They talk about the importance of maintaining humanity, getting out of our offices to engage with the community, food justice, and the role of food in community. They discuss language justice as it pertains to conducting their research in Spanish and Portuguese, and then translating their work into English for publication. This episode references the article titled "El Sancocho, la Bandera y la Familia: La vida social de los alimentos y sus implicaciones para la salud y el bienestar de los inmigrantes dominicanos" or "El Sancocho, la Bandera y la Familia: The Social Life of Food and its Implications for Dominican Immigrant Health and Well-Being" by Linda Sprague Martinez, PhD, Cristina Araujo Brinkerhoff, MA, Bailey Conner, MPH, Magalis Troncoso Lama, MM, C. Eduardo Siqueira, MD, and Rosalyn Negrón, PhD.
53:21
January 23, 2023
S3 Ep. 3 Exploring Patient Perceptions of Health Care Providers’ Dismissive Communication with Dr. Grace Hildenbrand and Andrea Bodkin
S3 Ep. 3 Exploring Patient Perceptions of Health Care Providers’ Dismissive Communication with Dr. Grace Hildenbrand and Andrea Bodkin
In this episode, host Andrea Bodkin explores patient-centered and dismissive communication with Dr. Grace Hildenbrand. Dr. Hildenbrand, and co-authors Dr. Evan Perrault and Rachel Rnoh, conducted a study that asked patients about interactions with their health care providers, and identified instances where patients perceived that they were dismissed by their providers. Andrea and Grace discuss the results of the study, and how patients and providers can use these results to further positive interactions. Mentioned in this episode: the campaign SpeakEndo.com, the Today Show’s series Dismissed, and the article  Detecting implicit racial bias in provider communication behaviors to reduce disparities in healthcare, by Hagiwara et. al. This episode references the article titled “Exploring Patient Perceptions of Health Care Providers’ Dismissive Communication” by Grace M. Hildenbrand, PhD, Evan K. Perrault, PhD, and Rachel HeeJoon Rnoh, BA.
22:44
January 16, 2023
S3 Ep. 2 Exploring the Role and Resilience of Navajo Nation Stores During COVID with Brianna John, Robert Alsburg, and Carmen George
S3 Ep. 2 Exploring the Role and Resilience of Navajo Nation Stores During COVID with Brianna John, Robert Alsburg, and Carmen George
In this episode, Cynthia Begay is in conversation with Brianna John, Robert Alsburg, and Carmen George. They discuss the recent paper that explores the resilience of Navajo Nation stores, as well as explain different systems in Navajo Nation to provide context. They remind us to support our local stores, support our communities, and thank our frontline workers. This episode references the article titled "Navajo Nation Stores Show Resilience During COVID-19 Pandemic" by Brianna John, BA, Sean O. Etsitty, BS, Alex Greenfeld, MS, Robert Alsburg, BS, Malyssa Egge, MS, Sharon Sandman, BA, Carmen George, MS, Caleigh Curley, MPH, Cameron Curley, BS, Hendrik D. de Heer, PhD, Gloria Begay, MEd, Martin E. Ashley, BS, Del Yazzie, MPH, Ramona Antone-Nez, MPH, Sonya Sunhi Shin, MD, and Carolyn Bancroft, PhD.
01:03:33
January 09, 2023
S3 Ep. 1 Exploring Antiracism with Dr. Camara Jones and Dr. Keon Gilbert
S3 Ep. 1 Exploring Antiracism with Dr. Camara Jones and Dr. Keon Gilbert
"If you ask me, the most important thing is: who is at the table and who's not, right? Because –who is at the table and who's not?– determines what's on the agenda and the values that are underlying whatever's going on. So the most important structural intervention that you could make is to involve people who have a strong interest in whatever the proceeding is or whatever the effort's going to be, to be at the decision making table." In this episode, Arden Castle is in conversation with Dr. Camara Jones and Dr. Keon Gilbert about race, racism, and antiracism. They dissect these definitions, identify patterns in the US and UK, encourage making institutional walls porous, and discuss intergenerational bridging. Dr. Jones also offers her 4 Habits of Mind (the 4 BC's) for social justice warriors: be courageous, be curious, be collective, and build community. For a deeper dive on this topic, watch Dr. Jones's TedTalk and check out HPP's What Is Antiracism in Health Promotion Practice? special issue in Volume 24 Issue 1, January 2023.
01:00:43
January 02, 2023
S2 Ep. 44 Exploring the HPP Podcast's Second Season with Guest Hosts Andrea Bodkin, Shanaé Burch, Bob Strack, and Robin Evans-Agnew
S2 Ep. 44 Exploring the HPP Podcast's Second Season with Guest Hosts Andrea Bodkin, Shanaé Burch, Bob Strack, and Robin Evans-Agnew
In this episode, Arden Castle is in conversation with guest hosts Andrea Bodkin, Shanaé Burch, Bob Strack, and Robin Evans-Agnew, as well as Kathleen Roe, Health Promotion Practice Journal's Editor. They look back on the podcast's second season, reminisce about their experiences, and share what the unique audio space provides. We are looking forward to an exciting season 3 with even more guest-hosted episodes, so stay tuned and check out The HPP Podcast on Spotify for playlists. Thank you all for another fantastic season!
34:12
December 26, 2022
S2 Ep. 43 Exploring Indigenous Food Taxes to Enhance Navajo Nation Food Security with Sean Etsitty and Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan
S2 Ep. 43 Exploring Indigenous Food Taxes to Enhance Navajo Nation Food Security with Sean Etsitty and Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan
"Before that, I was more so involved in exercise in health and wellness, but I realized there's medicine in that connection to people and really talking to people and seeing where they're at and what they need and what resources they need. And I thought, that's such a missing avenue within a lot of Tribal nations. You know, a lot of people go into nations and think, "We can fix this. We know what they need," instead of asking, "What do the people need?" In this episode, Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan is in conversation with Sean Etsitty, who orients us to better understand the food taxes in the Navajo Nation. They discuss the power of listening and supporting communities in their path to health, while reminding us of the history of land and public health. This episode references the article titled "Implementation of Indigenous Food Tax Policies in Stores on Navajo Nation" by Etsitty O. Sean, BA, Brianna John, BS, Alex Greenfeld, MS, Robert Alsburg, BS, Malyssa Egge, MS, Sharon Sandman, BA, Carmen George, MS, Cameron Curley, BS, Caleigh Curley, MPH, Hendrik D. de Heer, PhD, Gloria Begay, MEd, Shirleen Jumbo-Rintila, BS, Martin E. Ashley, BSBA, Del Yazzie, MPH, Ramona Antone-Nez, MPH, Sonya Sunhi Shin, MD, and Carolyn Bancroft, PhD. This article joins others in HPP's HPP’s 5th Annual Native and Indigenous Voices Collection and Exploring Native/Indigenous Voice in HPP Spotify playlist.
41:44
December 19, 2022
S2 Ep. 42 Exploring a Culture of Breastfeeding Support and Continuity of Care in Central Illinois with Kathryn Bernstein, Beth Seidel, Shelley Shallat, and Vanita Hollingsworth
S2 Ep. 42 Exploring a Culture of Breastfeeding Support and Continuity of Care in Central Illinois with Kathryn Bernstein, Beth Seidel, Shelley Shallat, and Vanita Hollingsworth
In this episode, host Andrea Bodkin talks with Kathryn Bernstein, Beth Seidel, Shelley Shallat, and Vanita Hollingsworth about the Central Illinois Breastfeeding Professional Network (CIBPN), and network of public health practitioners and allies working to create a culture of breastfeeding in Central Illinois. CIBPN’s work is described in the article “Creating a culture of breastfeeding support and continuity of care in Central Illinois” published as part of a special supplement providing strategies and tools for reducing chronic disease through community-based physical activity and nutrition. This episode references article "Creating a Culture of Breastfeeding Support and Continuity of Care in Central Illinois" by Kathryn Bernstein, MPH, Passang Gonrong, MPH, Shelly Shallat, MD, FAAP, CLS, Beth Seidel, BA, IBCLC, and Julien Leider, MA.
31:38
December 12, 2022
S2 Ep. 41 Exploring Poetry for the Public’s Health with Dr. Maranda C. Ward and Shanaé Burch
S2 Ep. 41 Exploring Poetry for the Public’s Health with Dr. Maranda C. Ward and Shanaé Burch
In this episode, Shanaé Burch is in conversation with Dr. Maranda C. Ward about her poem in the Poetry for the Public's Health section of the September issue. She talks about being a community educator and youth builder, as well as the passion she has for the mentees that she calls "critical purveyors of the world." She encourages listeners to read through the poem before listening to her recording in order to leave room for exploration. This episode references the poem titled "I Do" by Maranda C. Ward, EdD, MPH. You can listen to her read the poem as a bonus episode of the HPP Podcast. Learn more about Dr. Ward, Promising Futures, and her commitments here: http://www.marandaward.com/ What’s on Maranda’s Reading List? Catch Me If You Can by Jessica Nabongo Finding Me: A Memoir by Viola Davis Also! Shanaé just finished reading Rest is Resistance: A Manifesto (2022) by Tricia Hersey. If you want to learn more about the value of rest, consider reading the scholarship of Tricia Hersey of The Nap Ministry.
31:25
December 05, 2022
S2 Ep. 40 Exploring Maori Frameworks in Aotearoa New Zealand and Abroad: Replay of Conversation with Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay
S2 Ep. 40 Exploring Maori Frameworks in Aotearoa New Zealand and Abroad: Replay of Conversation with Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay
"It really encourages us to think about how we draw on those rich resources of knowledge and expertise that are already within our local communities. So, you know, where he saw Waka Ama is a really positive example of health promotion within an Indigenous Maori context, where those Maori values and practices are really foundational to the every day being." In this episode, Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay talk about their work as Native and Indigenous researchers. Dr. Christina Severinsen Angelique Reweti are authors of a paper in Health Promotion Practice’s 3rd annual Native and Indigenous Voices Collection. Their paper and discussion of Maori values are reflected in Cynthia Begay's upcoming paper about Native people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles. This episode discusses the article "Waiora: Connecting People, Well-Being, and Environment Through Waka Ama in Aotearoa New Zealand" by  Christina Severinsen, PhD and Angelique Reweti, BHlthSc. The Waka Ama short film can be viewed on Youtube. Health Promotion Practice's Paper of the Year and supporting content is available at SAGE. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
34:28
November 28, 2022
S2 Ep. 39 Exploring Health Promotion with Indigenous Communities in Alaska with Ann Potempa, Julia Dilley, and Dana Diehl
S2 Ep. 39 Exploring Health Promotion with Indigenous Communities in Alaska with Ann Potempa, Julia Dilley, and Dana Diehl
In this episode, guest host Cynthia Begay is in conversation with Ann Potempa, Dr. Julia Dilley, and Dana Diehl. They discuss their approach to decreasing consumption of sugary sweetened beverages for youth in Alaska. They remind us of the importance of an assets-based approach, the value of representing and presenting the community, and using communication strategies. This episode references the article titled "Alaska’s Play Every Day Campaign Encourages Parents to Serve Healthy Drinks to Young Children" by Ann E. Potempa, MPH, Lauren C. Kelsey, MPH, Karol J. Fink, MS, RDN, Kathryn E. Pickle, MPH, Katie L. Reilly, MPH, Margaret B. Young, MPH, and Julia A. Dilley, PhD MES. To find out more about their work, check out these links: Play Every Day website Play Every Day library of free materials focused on healthy drinks and sugary drinks Play Every Day library of free materials focused on physical activity Daddy Can I – Public Service Announcement ­Doughnuts – Public Service Announcement Fruit Drink – Public Service Announcement Magic – Public Service Announcement Play Every Day on Facebook Play Every Day on Instagram Play Every Day YouTube channel
01:10:43
November 21, 2022
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Growing Tired of Statistics" by LeConte J. Dill, DrPH
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Growing Tired of Statistics" by LeConte J. Dill, DrPH
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "Growing Tired of Statistics" by LeConte J. Dill, DrPH by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article. With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.
02:18
November 21, 2022
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Relatives" by Deniss Martinez
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Relatives" by Deniss Martinez
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "Relatives" by Deniss Martinez by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article. With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.
01:56
November 21, 2022
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Transposing" by Shanaé Burch, EdM
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Transposing" by Shanaé Burch, EdM
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "Transposing" by Shanaé Burch, EdM by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article. With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.
01:52
November 21, 2022
Exploring Poetry for the Public’s Health: "The Proposal" by Alana Jackson
Exploring Poetry for the Public’s Health: "The Proposal" by Alana Jackson
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "The Proposal" by Alana Jackson, MS by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article. With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.
07:24
November 21, 2022
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "I Do" by Maranda C. Ward, EdD, MPH
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "I Do" by Maranda C. Ward, EdD, MPH
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "I Do" by Maranda C. Ward, EdD, MPH by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article. With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.
03:02
November 21, 2022
S2 Ep. 38 Exploring the Risks and Risk Reduction Strategies of Latino Day Laborers with Dr. Rangel and Dr. Fernandez-Esquer
S2 Ep. 38 Exploring the Risks and Risk Reduction Strategies of Latino Day Laborers with Dr. Rangel and Dr. Fernandez-Esquer
"We felt that by looking and by reading and by understanding in the words of the laborers what they go through, it would actually enhance the capacity of programs to reach them... There's nothing more valuable than developing a program with the understanding that the vision and the knowledge and the strengths of the population that you are trying to serve have been considered as part of the development of the program." In this episode, guest host Dr. Melissa Valerio-Shewmaker is in conversation with Dr. Rangel and Dr. Fernandez-Esquer. They discuss the risks and coping strategies of Latino day laborers, and they remind us of the importance of including the community in every step of research. This episode references the article titled "I Use Sunglasses, The Sun Can Ruin the Eyes: Latino Day Labor Lay Strategies To Reduce Dangers At Work."
37:23
November 14, 2022
S2 Ep. 37 Exploring Digital Storytelling with Navajo Youth and the Diné Educational Framework with Dr. Heather Dreifuss, Dr. Carmella Kahn, and Misty Sandoval
S2 Ep. 37 Exploring Digital Storytelling with Navajo Youth and the Diné Educational Framework with Dr. Heather Dreifuss, Dr. Carmella Kahn, and Misty Sandoval
In this episode, guest host Cynthia Begay discusses digital storytelling, the Diné Educational Philosophy Framework, and creating paths for American Indian youth to successfully transition from high school to public health college studies with Dr. Heather Dreifuss, Dr. Carmella Kahn, and Misty Sandoval. They model mentorship and the power of pipelines to get youth involved in public health. They also remind us to use assets-based approaches in our research, work with communities, and public health practice. This episode references the article titled "Utilizing Digital Storytelling to Develop a Public Health Professions Pathway for Native American High School Students."
50:54
November 07, 2022
S2 Ep. 36 Exploring the Adaptation of a Navajo Cancer Intervention to Serve the Broader Native American Cancer Community with Dr. Jennifer Bea, Brenda Charley, and Denise McClellan
S2 Ep. 36 Exploring the Adaptation of a Navajo Cancer Intervention to Serve the Broader Native American Cancer Community with Dr. Jennifer Bea, Brenda Charley, and Denise McClellan
"The idea of restoring balance is not new. It's a cultural tenant of the communities that we were working with. It's really important to have balance within oneself, with nature, and with the world. We wanted to help to restore balance because cancer diagnosis and treatment can really pull someone out of balance in all of those regards." In this episode, Dr. Jennifer Bea, Brenda Charley, and Denise McClellan discuss how they adapted a Navajo cancer survivor physical activity intervention to serve a broader Native American cancer survivor community. They reiterate the importance of listening to the community, unpack lessons learned, and share the benefits of the program for participants, their families, and the trainers. This episode references the article titled "Formative evaluation and adaptation of a Navajo cancer survivor physical activity intervention to serve a broader Native American cancer survivor community."
25:20
October 31, 2022
S2 Ep. 35 Exploring Native American Citizen Scientists: Replay in Anticipation of HPP's 5th Annual Native and Indigenous Voices Collection
S2 Ep. 35 Exploring Native American Citizen Scientists: Replay in Anticipation of HPP's 5th Annual Native and Indigenous Voices Collection
This episode is a replay of S1 Ep. 11, which features Native voices in anticipation of HPP's 5th Annual Native and Indigenous Voices Collection. Dr. Katherine Kim talks through her paper on youth citizen science that won Health Promotion Practice's Paper of the Year for 2020. She was joined by Ashley Michael, one of the youth leaders, and Lisa Morehead-Hillman, a manager in the Tribe’s Department of Natural Resources. They discussed how Tribes are uniquely posed to address their own food insecurity issues in ways that are empowering and healthy, as well as the importance of empowering youth. This episode references the article titled "Native American Youth Citizen Scientists Uncovering Community Health and Food Security Priorities" by Katherine K. Kim, PhD, MPH, MBA, Victoria Ngo, BA, Grant Gilkison, BA, Lisa Hillman, MA, Jennifer Sowerwine, PhD, and Karuk Youth Leaders. This paper is free to download!
40:18
October 24, 2022
S2 Ep. 34 Exploring Poetry for the Public’s Health with Dr. LeConté Dill, Shanaé Burch, and Dr. Ryan Petteway
S2 Ep. 34 Exploring Poetry for the Public’s Health with Dr. LeConté Dill, Shanaé Burch, and Dr. Ryan Petteway
"What we're trying to create here is having creatives and communities of color and people from the margin speak for themselves, to themselves, right? Instead of having to speak through a researcher or to speak to a research audience. They can speak for themselves, to their own communities, to their own people... A big part of our section is, how this work translates into pedagogy and into and outside of classrooms... I wish that people knew that this was possible in the academy, let alone outside." In this episode, we explore the poetry collection and ongoing space for poetry in HPP with Shanaé Burch, LeConté Dill, and Ryan Petteway, the three Associate Editors for our new section “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” They remind us that poetry demands to belong in academic spaces, and encourage poets to submit writing to the open call. Enjoy the July 2022 debut of the Poetry section that featured the work of six poets.
54:22
October 13, 2022
S2 Ep. 33 Exploring the September Commentary: Politics Spread COVID with Dr. Marcus Cheatham, Dr. Heidi Hancher-Rauch, Dr. Jodi Brookins-Fisher, Dr. Alexis Blavos, and Dr. Amy Thompson
S2 Ep. 33 Exploring the September Commentary: Politics Spread COVID with Dr. Marcus Cheatham, Dr. Heidi Hancher-Rauch, Dr. Jodi Brookins-Fisher, Dr. Alexis Blavos, and Dr. Amy Thompson
"We want to have a dialogue about developing the capacity to grapple with political dysfunction. We need to be able to win political battles in order to save lives." In this episode, Dr. Marcus Cheatham, Dr. Heidi Hancher-Rauch, Dr. Jodi Brookins-Fisher, Dr. Alexis Blavos, and Dr. Amy Thompson help us explore how the current political landscape has led to a poor national response to the pandemic. They remind us that public health professionals have a role to play as advocates, and they help us understand the matrix used in their commentary space. This episode references the article titled "Politics Spread COVID: Developing a Public Health Response" by Marcus Cheatham, PhD, Heidi Hancher-Rauch, PhD, Jodi Brookins-Fisher, PhD, Alexis Blavos, PhD, and Amy Thompson, PhD.
42:48
September 23, 2022
S2 Ep. 32 Exploring Environmental Justice Again: A Rerun of S2 Ep. 6 as a Reminder of the Jackson Water Crisis
S2 Ep. 32 Exploring Environmental Justice Again: A Rerun of S2 Ep. 6 as a Reminder of the Jackson Water Crisis
“So we have created a public health crisis by not designing systems that will last or systems that will work.” This episode features Catherine Flowers, author of Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret, as well as Dr. Antonio Gardner and Dr. Ashley White Jones, authors of Using an HIV Disclosure Model to Slow the Spread of COVID-19. In honor of Black History Month, they discuss environmental justice in Black communities. They focus on the Black Church's role in emergency preparedness, water and sanitation, and their roles as advocates.
42:40
September 12, 2022
S2 Ep. 31 Exploring Partnership Opportunities to Understand and Support Health Promotion Practices in Public Libraries with Dr. Suzanne Grossman, Dr. Noah Lenstra, and Dr. Renée Umstattd Meyer
S2 Ep. 31 Exploring Partnership Opportunities to Understand and Support Health Promotion Practices in Public Libraries with Dr. Suzanne Grossman, Dr. Noah Lenstra, and Dr. Renée Umstattd Meyer
In this episode, Dr. Suzanne Grossman, Dr. Noah Lenstra, and Dr. Renée Umstattd Meyer discuss how libraries are an underutilized resource for supporting public health in communities. They emphasize the need for partnerships and hope that public health continues to generate excitement for public libraries. This episode references the article titled "How Public Libraries Help Immigrants Adjust to Life in a New Country: A Review of the Literature" by Suzanne Grossman, DrPH, Denise E. Agosto, PhD, Mark Winston, PhD, Rabbi Nancy E. Epstein, MPH, MAHL, Carolyn C. Cannuscio, ScD, Ana Martinez-Donate, PhD, and Ann C. Klassen, PhD. This episode also references the article titled "Rural Libraries as Resources and Partners for Outside Active Play Streets" by Noah Lenstra, PhD, Sandra Slater, PhD, Keshia M. Pollack Porter, PhD, and M. Renée Umstattd Meyer, PhD. Also, find out more about implementation in the Rural Play Streets Guide.
27:08
August 30, 2022
S2 Ep. 30 Exploring Efforts to Build a Competent Workforce of Sexual Assault Prevention Practitioners with Dr. AnnaMarie O’Neill and Dr. Joie Acosta
S2 Ep. 30 Exploring Efforts to Build a Competent Workforce of Sexual Assault Prevention Practitioners with Dr. AnnaMarie O’Neill and Dr. Joie Acosta
In this episode, Dr. AnnaMarie O’Neill and Dr. Joie Acosta discuss the need for sexual assault prevention and the utility of their adapted tool for individuals and teams. They explain the need for a paradigm shift with a greater emphasis on prevention, especially in the military and colleges. This episode references the article titled "Development and Pilot Test of the Competency Assessment for Sexual Assault Prevention Practitioners" by AnnaMarie S. O’Neill, Joie D. Acosta, Matthew Chinman, Andra L. Tharp, and Beverly L. Fortson.
24:03
August 26, 2022
S2 Ep. 29 Exploring the Role of Community Health Workers Across the Cancer Care Delivery Continuum with Ysabel Duron and Dr. Manali Patel
S2 Ep. 29 Exploring the Role of Community Health Workers Across the Cancer Care Delivery Continuum with Ysabel Duron and Dr. Manali Patel
"The community health worker is under utilized, and yet can be the best glue across that continuum" In this episode, Ysabel Duron and Dr. Manali Patel discuss the importance of community health workers (CHWs) in cancer care delivery. They talk about the unique capacity of CHW to identify the actual gaps and actual needs of patients to support and work in tandem with doctors. This episode references the article titled "A Community-Engaged Process for Adapting a Proven Community Health Worker Model to Integrate Precision Cancer Care Delivery for Low-income Latinx Adults With Cancer" by Emily H. Wood, MPH, Maria Leach, MSW, Gerardo Villicana, BA, Lisa Goldman Rosas, PhD, MPH, Ysabel Duron, BS, Dale G. O’Brien, MD, Zachary Koontz, MD, and Manali I. Patel, MD, MPH, MS.
33:09
August 15, 2022
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Black & Mild: A Tutorial, After the CDC" by Dr. Ryan Petteway
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Black & Mild: A Tutorial, After the CDC" by Dr. Ryan Petteway
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "Black & Mild: A Tutorial, After the CDC" by Ryan J. Petteway, DrPH, MPH by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article. With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.
07:03
August 14, 2022
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Stress Test" by Shanaé Burch
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Stress Test" by Shanaé Burch
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "Stress Test" by Shanaé Burch, EdM by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article. With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.
04:25
August 14, 2022
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Butterfly Broke Off" by Dr. LeConté Dill
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Butterfly Broke Off" by Dr. LeConté Dill
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "Butterfly Broke Off" by LeConté J. Dill, DrPH by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article. With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.
02:38
August 14, 2022
S2 Ep. 28 Exploring a Produce Prescription Program in Michigan with Carly Joseph and Dr. Michelle Seguin
S2 Ep. 28 Exploring a Produce Prescription Program in Michigan with Carly Joseph and Dr. Michelle Seguin
"I felt like I had the tools to help them in terms of medications and monitoring their health status, but I felt like I didn't have the tools that I needed to help them make healthful changes in their lives... This is a program that is inherently abundance focused, right? It is inherently celebrating the resources within a community." In this episode, Carly Joseph and Michelle Seguin discuss the success of the produce prescription pilot. They unpack the interconnectedness of the systems that enable folks to make healthy decisions, challenge us to use an assets-based approach, and encourage additional research on the role of loneliness. This episode references the article titled “'Something Fun to Look Forward to': Lessons From Implementing the Prescription for Health Farmers’ Market Initiative in Rural Upper Michigan" by Carly A. Joseph, MPH, and Michelle L. Seguin, MD.
31:34
August 09, 2022
S2 Ep. 27 Exploring Art to Address Social Isolation with Dr. Sara Baumann, Dr. Jessica Burke, and Dr. Patricia Documet
S2 Ep. 27 Exploring Art to Address Social Isolation with Dr. Sara Baumann, Dr. Jessica Burke, and Dr. Patricia Documet
"Essential, yet not deserving. Useful, yet expendable." In this episode, Dr. Sara Baumann and Dr. Jessica Burke discuss the use of art to address isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Patricia Documet participated in the virtual art gallery and reads her poem "I want to see the sunshine" aloud, which was written to capture her lived experience during the pandemic. They talk about how to define art and the need for artistic mediums as a coping mechanism. This episode references the article titled "Creating Community During COVID-19: A Virtual Art Gallery to Address Social Isolation During a Pandemic" by Sara E. Baumann, PhD, MPH and Jessica G. Burke, PhD, MHS.
44:32
August 02, 2022
S2 Ep. 26 Exploring Immigrant Health Through the Lenses of Social Work and Geography with Dr. Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez and Dr. Paul McDaniel
S2 Ep. 26 Exploring Immigrant Health Through the Lenses of Social Work and Geography with Dr. Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez and Dr. Paul McDaniel
In this episode, Dr. Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez and Dr. Paul McDaniel discuss their interdisciplinary partnership and longstanding work in immigrant health. They explain their micro/meso/macro approach that mirrors the social ecological model, as well as the importance of mentorship through research. They also mention developing the Georgia Immigration Research Network. This episode references the article titled "A Scoping Review of Literature About Mental Health and Well-Being Among Immigrant Communities in the United States" by Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez, PhD, MSW, MPA, Jessica Hill, MPH, and Paul N. McDaniel, PhD.
29:00
July 25, 2022
S2 Ep. 25 Exploring Mask Use and Period Poverty Through the Social Ecological Model with Dr. Allison Casola
S2 Ep. 25 Exploring Mask Use and Period Poverty Through the Social Ecological Model with Dr. Allison Casola
In this episode, Dr. Allison Casola broke down the social ecological model and used it to understand mask use and period poverty. She explained ways to get involved and to understand the context for different public health issues. This episode referenced the article titled "Mask Use During COVID-19: A Social-Ecological Analysis" by Allison R. Casola, PhD, MPH, CHES, Brianna Kunes, Amy Cunningham, PhD, MPH, and Robert J. Motley, MD, MS. It also referenced "Menstrual Health: Taking Action Against Period Poverty" by Allison R Casola, Kierstin Luber, Amy Henderson Riley, and Lynette Medley. If you want to reach out to Dr. Casola, she can be reached at Allison.Casola@jefferson.edu or on LinkedIn or Twitter.
24:50
July 18, 2022
S2 Ep. 24 Exploring Sustainability Factors for a Colorectal Cancer Screening Program with Dara Schlueter
S2 Ep. 24 Exploring Sustainability Factors for a Colorectal Cancer Screening Program with Dara Schlueter
In this episode, Dara Schlueter discusses colorectal cancer incidence, screening, and factors related to screening. She explains the success of the Colorectal Cancer Control Program and it's importance against a preventable condition. This episode references the article titled "Factors That Support Sustainability of Health Systems Change to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening in Primary Care Clinics: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study" by Dara Schlueter, MPH, Amy DeGroff, PhD, Cindy Soloe, MPH, Laura Arena, MPH, Stephanie Melillo, MPH, Florence Tangka, PhD, Sonja Hoover, MPP, and Sujha Subramanian, PhD.
24:08
July 11, 2022
S2 Ep. 23 Exploring PRIDE and HPP's Call for Practice Notes with Dr. Dani Brittain, Leo Kattari, and Dr. Virginia Visconti
S2 Ep. 23 Exploring PRIDE and HPP's Call for Practice Notes with Dr. Dani Brittain, Leo Kattari, and Dr. Virginia Visconti
"So for me, practice notes is really a scholarship of getting it done– and I think that requires fearlessness, and I've always been drawn to fearless practitioners... This isn't knowledge for knowledge sake. This is knowledge in the pursuit of affecting really positive social change." In this episode, Dr. Danielle R. Brittain, Leo Kattari, and Dr. Virginia Visconti discuss the unique space that the departments provide, as well as the Call for Practice Notes: “Equity and Social Justice in Health Promotion Practice for LGBTQIA2S+ Children, Youth, and Young Adults”. The call is open through August 31, 2022 as part of Health Promotion Practices's PRIDE Celebration.
21:29
July 05, 2022
S2 Ep. 22 Exploring 20 Years of PRIDE at Health Promotion Practice from HPP's Season 1 of PRIDE
S2 Ep. 22 Exploring 20 Years of PRIDE at Health Promotion Practice from HPP's Season 1 of PRIDE
In this episode, Arden Castle is in conversation with Dr. Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, Leo Kattari, and Lisa Carlson to celebrate PRIDE month and the 20 year anniversary of Health Promotion Practice’s first LGBTQ+ article. They talk about their unique perspectives, bringing their authentic selves to their work, visibility, and the past and future of writing about LGBTQ+ topics. Their stories are intertwined and unique, and they close with advice for journals and younger LGBTQ+ scholars or practitioners. This episode refers to the commentary "HPP Celebrates Pride" by Kathleen M. Roe, DrPH, MPH. This episode refers to the article "An Analysis of Tobacco Industry Marketing to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Populations: Strategies for Mainstream Tobacco Control and Prevention" by Perry Stevens, MPA, Lisa M. Carlson, MPH, CHES, and Johanna M. Hinman, MPH, CHES.
32:19
June 27, 2022
S2 Ep. 21 Exploring Strategies to Support LGBTQ+ Students in Chicago Public Schools with Dr. Elizabeth Jarpe-Ratner, Booker Marshall, and Derrick Little
S2 Ep. 21 Exploring Strategies to Support LGBTQ+ Students in Chicago Public Schools with Dr. Elizabeth Jarpe-Ratner, Booker Marshall, and Derrick Little
In this episode, Dr. Elizabeth Jarpe-Ratner, Booker Marshall, and Derrick Little help us explore strategies for supporting LGBTQ+ high school students and their surrounding community. They talk about the context of the program, as well as the commitment to create GSAs (Gay Sexuality Alliances) in all the high schools. This episode references the article titled "Strategies to Support LGBTQ+ Students in High Schools: What Did We Learn in Chicago Public Schools?" by Elizabeth Jarpe-Ratner, PhD, MPH, MST, Booker Marshall, MPH, Maham Choudry, MPH, Marisa Wishart, MPH, Bianca Reid, MPH, Ernestina Perez, MPH, and Michael Fagen, PhD, MPH.
27:32
June 21, 2022
S2 Ep. 20 Exploring Trans Policy with Leo Kattari
S2 Ep. 20 Exploring Trans Policy with Leo Kattari
In this episode, Leo Kattari helps us explore the current political climate and transgender legislation for HPP's PRIDE Celebration. He talks about bans, the effects of discrimination, and the value of advocacy. He provides several ways to get involved, and previews HPP's Practice Notes call for papers.
41:29
June 12, 2022
S2 Ep. 19 Exploring PRIDE in HPP: Comics-Based Research with Sally Campbell Galman
S2 Ep. 19 Exploring PRIDE in HPP: Comics-Based Research with Sally Campbell Galman
In this episode, Dr. Campbell Galman helps us explore their new paper and the role of comics. They explain the process of moving from words to image, as well as the nuances of working with children. She describes wedges as simple machines for transgender and gender diverse children to tell their stories. This episode features the article "Wedges: Stories as Simple Machines" by Sally Campbell Galman. Find more of her work at https://sallycampbellgalman.com/.
33:42
June 07, 2022
Exploring the Events of 2022: The HPP Podcast's Return from a Brief Pause
Exploring the Events of 2022: The HPP Podcast's Return from a Brief Pause
This May, 2022 has been a moment of such stark global violence with people turning on each other, and particularly in the United States, the gun violence, mental health crisis, egregious attacks on rights, and so much more. There's just so much going on in our world that is violent. I appreciate you all allowing us to take a short break to finalize the content for this summer. What we have already recorded is profound and important, and we are so excited to bring it to you. But, in the meantime, I think we all need a little space in quiet. I know for me– as an Asian-American, as a woman, as someone in the queer community– it is a powerfully intersectional time, so we needed to take some time to rest and regroup and keep recording, and we are now back for June. If you were missing the HPP Podcast and in a need of some inspirational content, I'm going to link some playlists from our previous episodes that we found particularly inspiring. Thank you again for allowing us this time, and we are excited to share what we have in store for you this June. Take care and be well.
01:25
May 30, 2022
S2 Ep. 18 Exploring a Prenatal Care Model Designed with/by Fresno Community with Christy Oberholtzer and Dr. Lauren Lessard
S2 Ep. 18 Exploring a Prenatal Care Model Designed with/by Fresno Community with Christy Oberholtzer and Dr. Lauren Lessard
In this episode, Christy Oberholtzer and Dr. Lauren Lessard preview their upcoming paper in HPP. They discuss how they actively pivoted to meet the needs of the community and the stakeholders. They offer lessons learned from their community-based participatory research experience, how to avoid burnout, and insights into the field.
38:32
May 04, 2022
S2 Ep. 17 Exploring Sexuality Research with Dr. Shemeka Thorpe
S2 Ep. 17 Exploring Sexuality Research with Dr. Shemeka Thorpe
In this episode, Dr. Shemeka Thorpe discusses her new paper, as well as the future for the two studies that were combined in her manuscript. She also talks about her research on sexual pain and pleasure among Black women as a sexuality educator. She focuses on sex-positive research, funding, and gaps in research for Black women. She also helps us envision a future with institutional level change for health equity. This episode referenced the article titled “HIV Knowledge and Perceived Risk Among Black Men and Women Who Are Incarcerated in Kentucky” by S. Thorpe, PhD, B. Miller-Roenigk, PhD, C. N. Hargons, PhD, J. N. Dogan, MEd, S. Thrasher, PhD, P. Wheeler, MS, C. Oser, Phd, and D. Stevens-Watkins, Phd.
22:41
April 25, 2022
S2 Ep. 16 Exploring the Health Education Profession's Response to COVID with Dr. Heidi Hancher-Rauch, Dr. Amy Thompson, Dr. Jodi Brookins-Fisher, and Dr. Alexis Blavos
S2 Ep. 16 Exploring the Health Education Profession's Response to COVID with Dr. Heidi Hancher-Rauch, Dr. Amy Thompson, Dr. Jodi Brookins-Fisher, and Dr. Alexis Blavos
In this episode, Dr. Heidi Hancher-Rauch, Dr. Amy Thompson, Dr. Jodi Brookins-Fisher, and Dr. Alexis Blavos help us explore the health education professions’ response to COVID-19. They talk about the professional competencies of the field, the role of universities, and the flexibility of Health Education Specialists during the pandemic. This episode references the article titled "Universities as Catalysts for COVID-19 Vaccination: A Call to Action" by Amy Thompson, PhD, CHES, Heidi Hancher-Rauch, PhD, MCHES, Alexis Blavos, PhD, MCHES, Jody Early, PhD, MS, MCHES, and Jodi Brookins-Fisher, PhD, MCHES. This episode references the article titled "Health Education Specialists: Professional Practice During a Pandemic" by Dianne Kerr, PhD, MCHES, Salma Haider, PhD, Heidi Hancher-Rauch, PhD, CHES, Alexis Blavos, PhD, MCHES, Jodi Brookins-Fisher, PhD, MCHES, Amy Thompson, PhD, CHES, and Carly Glunz, BS. Other relevant links include: NCHEC Responsibilities and Competencies SOPHE Resolution for Qualifications of Health Educators NCHEC certifications recognized in new CPT codes approved by AMA Have a favorite episode? Tweet @TheHPPJournal and let us know! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve.
30:51
April 18, 2022
S2 Ep. 15 Exploring the Engine that is Photovoice: What is Working, What is Not, and How Should We Fix it? with Bob Strack, Robin Evan-Agnew, Muhsin Orsini, & Chris Seitz
S2 Ep. 15 Exploring the Engine that is Photovoice: What is Working, What is Not, and How Should We Fix it? with Bob Strack, Robin Evan-Agnew, Muhsin Orsini, & Chris Seitz
In this episode, co-editors Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew and Dr. Bob Strack discuss the future of Photovoice with authors Chris Seitz and Muhson Orsini. This episode references their article titled “30 Years of Implementing the Photovoice Method: Insights from a review of reviews" from the 2022 HPP Special Issue on Photovoice. Listen to the playlist on Spotify for Photovoice Series 1, Photovoice Series 2, and all Photovoice content.
25:55
April 11, 2022
S2 Ep. 14 Exploring Photovoice in City Hall: Ongoing Change Through Policy Workshops with Caleb Dafilou, Vincent Pepe, and Felicia Rinier
S2 Ep. 14 Exploring Photovoice in City Hall: Ongoing Change Through Policy Workshops with Caleb Dafilou, Vincent Pepe, and Felicia Rinier
In this episode, co-editors Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew and Dr. Bob Strack discuss with authors Caleb Dafilou, Vincent Pepe, and Felicia Rinier about the role of Photovoice in directing dollars for reinvestment in a disadvantaged Latino community in Philadelphia. They discuss the background behind the project and provide insights into how their idea of creating policy workshops for the youth after the community exhibition might be an important innovation for Photovoice in the future. This episode references the article titled "Action Beyond Exhibition: Amplifying Photovoice Through Social Action After a Community Health Needs Assessment in Philadelphia" by Caleb Dafilou, MPH, Maria F. Arisi, BS, Vincent Pepe, BS, Martin Hehir, MD, John McKeegan, BS, Felicia Rinier, MPP, and Rickie Brawer, PHD, MPH. This article is part of the new Photovoice special issue.
45:53
April 04, 2022
S2 Ep. 13 Exploring the ABC’s of System Change: Safer Schools Through Children and Photovoice with Dr. Mikiko Oono
S2 Ep. 13 Exploring the ABC’s of System Change: Safer Schools Through Children and Photovoice with Dr. Mikiko Oono
In this episode, co-editors Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew and Dr. Bob Strack discuss with lead author, Dr. Mikiko Oono, the details behind their innovative approaches to system change with elementary school children in Japan focused on safety and injury prevention through passive interventions. This was the first time Photovoice had been used for this purpose in Japan, and it applies two new tools from the engineering field for Photovoice in health promotion with young people: using the three E’s and an “R map” to model risks and frequency of identified threats. This episode references the article titled “Injury Prevention Education for Changing a School Environment Using Photovoice" by Mikiko Oono, PhD, MPH, Yoshifumi Nishida, PhD, Koji Kitamura, PhD, and Tatsuhiro Yamanaka, MD, PhD. This article is part of the new Photovoice special issue.
32:48
March 28, 2022
S2 Ep. 12 Exploring the Advancement of Photovoice for/in AAPI Communities During a Pandemic with Phuc To, Cevadne Lee, and Dr. Judy Tzu-Chun Wu
S2 Ep. 12 Exploring the Advancement of Photovoice for/in AAPI Communities During a Pandemic with Phuc To, Cevadne Lee, and Dr. Judy Tzu-Chun Wu
In this episode, co-editors Robin Evans-Agnew, Bob Strack and authors Phuc To, Cevadne Lee, and Judy Tzu-Chun Wu discuss anti-Asian racism occurring in communities in California prior to and during the COVID19 pandemic and their innovative response to these traumatic threats through a student project to document and archive community level experiences through Photovoice. In the discussion, they also get insights into the profound ways the student-participants engaged in, and were affected by the project. This episode references their article titled “Through our Eyes, Hear our Stories: A virtual photovoice project to document and archive Asian American and Pacific Islander community experiences during COVID-19” by Phuc Duy Nhu To, MA, Julia Huynh, MA, Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, PhD, Thuy Vo Dang, PhD, MA, Cevadne Lee, MPH, and Sora Park Tanjasiri, DrPh, MPH. This article is part of the new Photovoice special issue.
35:44
March 20, 2022
S2 Ep. 11 Exploring HPP's Special Issue on Photovoice with Bob Strack, Robin Evan-Agnew, Muhsin Orsini, & Chris Seitz
S2 Ep. 11 Exploring HPP's Special Issue on Photovoice with Bob Strack, Robin Evan-Agnew, Muhsin Orsini, & Chris Seitz
An introduction to Series 2 and the Photovoice Issue: Photovoice Extra! Content and companion to the March, 2022 HPP Special Issue on Photovoice. In this episode, co-editors Robin Evans-Agnew and Bob Strack describe the background to the special Photovoice issue of HPP, discuss some of the important themes elicited from the articles, and share some of their favorite moments in putting the issue together. They are joined by Muhsin Orsini and Chris Seitz, authors of the article “30 Years of Implementing the Photovoice Method: Insights from a review of reviews.”
22:46
March 14, 2022
S2 Ep. 10 Exploring the Best of Photovoice Series 1: Voice and Agency against Social Oppression
S2 Ep. 10 Exploring the Best of Photovoice Series 1: Voice and Agency against Social Oppression
In preparation for the new Photovoice issue, we will be playing two of our favorite Photovoice episodes that aired last year to get you primed for this second series of Photovoice content! We will be back to our full range of HPP topics on April 20th, so that’s 7 weeks jam-packed with Photovoice explorations. This week will be a rerun of an episode in the first Photovoice series, guest hosted by Dr. Bob Strack and Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew. They were in conversation with Dr. Ryan Petteway and Cathy Vaughan in Ep. 6 Exploring Voice and Agency against Social Oppression: Photovoice and Critical Consciousness with Ryan Petteway and Cathy Vaughan.
38:46
March 07, 2022
S2 Ep. 9 Exploring the Best of Photovoice Series 1: An Introduction to Photovoice
S2 Ep. 9 Exploring the Best of Photovoice Series 1: An Introduction to Photovoice
In preparation for the new Photovoice issue, we will be playing two of our favorite Photovoice episodes that aired last year to get you primed for this second series of Photovoice content! We will be back to our full range of HPP topics on April 20th, so that’s 7 weeks jam-packed with Photovoice explorations. This week will be a rerun of our introduction episode to the first Photovoice series, guest hosted by Dr. Bob Strack and Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew. They were in conversation with Dr. Kathleen Roe in Ep. 5 Exploring Photovoice: A Beacon for Health Promotion in Times of Social Turmoil?
38:06
March 02, 2022
S2 Ep. 8 Exploring Participatory Monitoring with Christina Holt and Dr. Stephen Fawcett
S2 Ep. 8 Exploring Participatory Monitoring with Christina Holt and Dr. Stephen Fawcett
In this episode, Christina Holt and Dr. Stephen Fawcett discuss their work in creating systematic ways for communities to engage in sense-making. Christina Holt directs the Community Tool Box and specializes in capacity building for community change and improvement and supporting evaluation of community-based efforts. Not to mention, Dr. Stephen Fawcett uses behavioral science methods to help understand and improve how communities promote health and development. This episode features the article titled "Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation of the COVID-19 Response in a Local Public Health System" by Christina M. Holt, MA, Stephen B. Fawcett, PhD, Ruaa Hassaballa-Muhammad, MPH, Dan Partridge, MPH, and Sonia Jordan, MA in collaboration with the local COVID-19 Unified Command.
26:43
February 21, 2022
S2 Ep. 7 Exploring Vaping Among Minnesota Teens with Elyse Levine Less and Dr. John Kingsbury
S2 Ep. 7 Exploring Vaping Among Minnesota Teens with Elyse Levine Less and Dr. John Kingsbury
"I think it's on us as public health professionals to find positive outlets, find positive coping mechanisms, find positive ways for youth to deal with the anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues at the dealing with so they don't turn to vaping. They don't turn to an addictive substance." In this episode, Elyse Levine Less and Dr. John Kingsbury discuss the lessons learned from their focus groups and classroom facilitations. They talk about the varying perspectives on e-cigarettes, vaping, and cigarettes, and they urge us to find ways to reach teens who feel like they are invincible. This article is based off the article titled "If Someone Has It, I’m Gonna Hit It”: Lessons Learned From Minnesota Teens About Vaping" by Elyse Levine Less, JD, MPH, Melissa Mady, MPH, Kara J. Beckman, MA, and John H. Kingsbury, PhD.
31:06
February 14, 2022
S2 Ep. 6 Exploring Environmental Justice in Black Communities for Black Heritage Month with Catherine Flowers, Dr. Antonio Gardner, and Dr. Ashley White Jones
S2 Ep. 6 Exploring Environmental Justice in Black Communities for Black Heritage Month with Catherine Flowers, Dr. Antonio Gardner, and Dr. Ashley White Jones
“So we have created a public health crisis by not designing systems that will last or systems that will work.” This episode features Catherine Flowers, author of Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret, as well as Dr. Antonio Gardner and Dr. Ashley White Jones, authors of Using an HIV Disclosure Model to Slow the Spread of COVID-19. In honor of Black History Month, they discuss environmental justice in Black communities. They focus on the Black Church's role in emergency preparedness, water and sanitation, and their roles as advocates.
42:25
February 07, 2022
S2 Ep. 5 Exploring Sensitizing Data and Mural Painting with Dr. Adrienne Martinez-Hollingsworth and Dr. Melissa Valerio-Shewmaker
S2 Ep. 5 Exploring Sensitizing Data and Mural Painting with Dr. Adrienne Martinez-Hollingsworth and Dr. Melissa Valerio-Shewmaker
In this episode, Dr. Melissa Valerio-Shewmaker is in conversation with Dr. Adrienne Martinez-Hollingsworth about the importance of listening to communities to understand their needs, as well as her work doing mural painting with U.S. Latinos. They talk about working with, and not on, communities and the power of professional pipelines. For more, check out the article titled "Mural Painting to Collect Sensitizing Data and Encourage Research Participation Among US Latinos" by Adrienne Martinez-Hollingsworth, PhD, MSN, RN, PHN, Jacqueline Hernández, MPH, Cristina Edwards, MS, and Keosha Partlow, PhD, MPH.
50:07
February 01, 2022
S2 Ep. 4 Exploring the HIV Disclosure Model for COVID-19 Disclosure with Dr. Antonio Gardner and Dr. Ashley White Jones
S2 Ep. 4 Exploring the HIV Disclosure Model for COVID-19 Disclosure with Dr. Antonio Gardner and Dr. Ashley White Jones
In this episode, Dr. Antonio Gardner and Dr. Ashley White Jones discuss the parallels between stigmatized diseases and disclosure. They talk about the HIV Disclosure Model's application to COVID-19 and the need for research surrounding when, why, and to whom folks decide to disclose their status. They suggest that disclosure be prioritized just like mask wearing and social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19. This episode discusses the article titled "Using an HIV Disclosure Model to Slow the Spread of COVID-19" by Antonio J. Gardner, PhD, MS, CHES and Ashley White Jones, PhD, MPH, CHES. Have a favorite episode? Tweet @TheHPPJournal and let us know! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve.
16:58
January 24, 2022
S2 Ep. 3 Exploring the Intersection of Environmental and Climate Justice with Dr. Juan Aguilera and Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew
S2 Ep. 3 Exploring the Intersection of Environmental and Climate Justice with Dr. Juan Aguilera and Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew
In this episode, Dr. Juan Aguilera and Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew discuss climate justice, climate change, and environments that perpetuate harm in communities. As members of Health Promotion Practices' Editorial board and healthcare workers, Dr. Aguilera offers his perspective as a doctor, and Dr. Evans-Agnew as a nurse. They remind us to advocate, to work across disciplines and political parties, and to remember that we share the planet. Have a favorite episode? Tweet @TheHPPJournal and let us know! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve.
34:43
January 17, 2022
S2 Ep. 2 Exploring Digital Disenfranchisement During COVID-19 with Dr. Jody Early and Dr. Carmen Gonzalez
S2 Ep. 2 Exploring Digital Disenfranchisement During COVID-19 with Dr. Jody Early and Dr. Carmen Gonzalez
In this episode, Jody Early, PhD, MS, MCHES and Carmen Gonzalez, PhD, MA discuss digital disenfranchisement, racism and redlining, broadband as a utility, and the digital divide. They talk about how physical, financial, and academic health are inherently tied to broadband internet. They remind us of the innovations, assumptions, and shortcomings that surrounded stay-at-home transition, as well as ways to advocate for change. This episode references the article titled "Digital Disenfranchisement and COVID-19: Broadband Internet Access as a Social Determinant of Health" by Jody Early, PhD, MS, MCHES and Alyssa Hernandez, MA. Have a favorite episode? Tweet @TheHPPJournal and let us know! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve.
36:05
January 11, 2022
S2 Ep. 1 Exploring the Way Public Health Theory is Taught, Prioritized, and Orients the Field with Dr. Michael Harvey and Dr. Ryan Petteway
S2 Ep. 1 Exploring the Way Public Health Theory is Taught, Prioritized, and Orients the Field with Dr. Michael Harvey and Dr. Ryan Petteway
Dr. Michael Harvey and Dr. Ryan Petteway, have both written in Health Promotion Practice's sister journals. Dr. Michael Harvey won Pedagogy in Health Promotion's 2020 Paper of the Year for his article "How Do We Explain the Social, Political, and Economic Determinants of Health? A Call for the Inclusion of Social Theories of Health Inequality Within U.S.-Based Public Health Pedagogy." Dr. Ryan Petteway won Health Education & Behavior's 2020 Paper of the Year for his article "LATENT//Missing: On Missing Values, Narrative Power, and Data Politics in Discourse of COVID-19." This episode discusses how their papers unpacked theories in the field in public health education, as well as places for new approaches and paradigms in public health. Have a favorite episode? Tweet @TheHPPJournal and let us know! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve.
46:15
January 05, 2022
Ep. 47 Exploring a Few of the Podcast Editor's Favorite Moments: LGBTQ+ Visibility
Ep. 47 Exploring a Few of the Podcast Editor's Favorite Moments: LGBTQ+ Visibility
This episode is another reflection on the HPP Podcast's first year. Enjoy a conversation about queering the pipeline and LGBTQ+ visibility from Ep. 23 Exploring 20 years of PRIDE at Health Promotion Practice with Dr. Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, Leo Kattari, and Lisa Carlson. A few other episodes that talked about LGBTQ perspectives were Ep. 3 Exploring a Queer Perspective in Public Health with Dr. Joseph Lee, Ep. 19 Exploring the Health Priorities of the LGBTQ Community with Dr. Joseph Lee, Ep. 22 Exploring Theatre Connect as an Affirming Space for LGBTQQ Youth, Ep. 29 Exploring the Gaps in LGBTQ Tobacco Research: More with Dr. Joseph Lee, and Ep. 33 Exploring A Career in Health Promotion: What HPP Editorial Board Members are Up To with Frank Strona. These are just a few of the episodes that encompass this week's theme, so go back and listen to them all over again! Have a favorite episode? Tweet @TheHPPJournal and let us know! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve.
07:15
December 21, 2021
Ep. 46 Exploring a Few of the Podcast Editor's Favorite Moments: Cultural Wealth
Ep. 46 Exploring a Few of the Podcast Editor's Favorite Moments: Cultural Wealth
This week, we reflect on the past year of The HPP Podcast's first season. Enjoy a discussion on cultural kitchens by Dr. Maria Jackson from Ep. 15 Exploring Arts in Public Health with Dr. Jill Sonke, Dr. Sandro Galea, Dr. Maria Jackson, Sunil Iyengar, and David Leventhal. A few other episodes that talked about different ways of knowing were Ep. 11 Exploring Youth Citizen Science with Dr. Katherine Kim, Ashley Michael, and Lisa Morehead-Hillman, Ep. 20 Exploring What Arts Count as Scholarship in Public Health with Shanaé Burch and Dr. Ryan Petteway, Ep. 21 Exploring Black Pastor's Perceptions of their Role in Sex Education: More with Dr. LaNita Wright, Ep. 31 Exploring the Decolonization of Human Design with Dr. Elizabeth Chen, Ep. 43 Exploring Maori Frameworks in Aotearoa New Zealand and Abroad with Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay, and Ep. 44 Exploring Food Sovereignty and Community Based Participatory Research with Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan and Cynthia Begay. These are just a few of the episodes that encompass this week's theme, so go back and listen to them all over again! Have a favorite episode? Tweet @TheHPPJournal and let us know! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve.
09:09
December 09, 2021
Ep. 45 Exploring a Few of the Podcast Editor's Favorite Moments: Spaces for Inclusion
Ep. 45 Exploring a Few of the Podcast Editor's Favorite Moments: Spaces for Inclusion
This week, we reflect on the past year of The HPP Podcast's first season. Enjoy a story shared by Hannah Drake from Ep. 41 Exploring a Framework for Integrating Arts, Science, and Social Justice with Hannah Drake and Theo Edmonds. A few other episodes that challenged the way spaces and places provide inclusion are: Ep. 2 Exploring Imposter Syndrome and Representation in Academia with Dr. LaNita Wright, Ep. 18 Exploring the Art of Balancing Power in Photovoice (Or, There Be Monsters), Ep. 20 Exploring What Arts Count as Scholarship in Public Health with Shanaé Burch and Dr. Ryan Petteway, and Ep. 25 Exploring Arts as a Shared Language. These are just a few of the episodes that encompass this week's theme, so go back and listen to them all over again! Have a favorite episode? Tweet @TheHPPJournal and let us know! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve.
08:12
December 02, 2021
Ep. 44 Exploring Food Sovereignty and Community Based Participatory Research with Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan and Cynthia Begay
Ep. 44 Exploring Food Sovereignty and Community Based Participatory Research with Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan and Cynthia Begay
"And, in some ways, I've even moved away from using the term 'intervention'– so much as I see it as a restoration of traditional practices." This episode was guest-hosted by Cynthia Begay, who was in conversation with Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan. As Native researchers, they talk about their experiences, changes in the public health field over the last 20 years, and their own growth away from Western models. They go on to explain the duality of working biculturally across really different ways of knowing, as well as the distinction between food systems and food sovereignty. This episode references Health Promotion Practices's 2021 Native and Indigenous Voices Collection by and with Native and Indigenous people, which is free through December 8th, 2021. One of Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan's early publications with HPP was "Community-Based Participatory Research With Native American Communities: The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program." This episode also mentions the article "Cigarette and E-Cigarette Retail Marketing on and Near California Tribal Lands" by Cynthia Begay, MPH, Claradina Soto, PhD, MPH, Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, PhD, MPH, Rosa Barahona, BA, Yaneth L. Rodriguez, MPH, Jennifer B. Unger, PhD, and Sabrina L. Smiley, PhD, MPH, MCHES. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
52:46
November 23, 2021
Ep. 43 Exploring Maori Frameworks in Aotearoa New Zealand and Abroad with Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay
Ep. 43 Exploring Maori Frameworks in Aotearoa New Zealand and Abroad with Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay
"It really encourages us to think about how we draw on those rich resources of knowledge and expertise that are already within our local communities. So, you know, where he saw Waka Ama is a really positive example of health promotion within an Indigenous Maori context, where those Maori values and practices are really foundational to the every day being." In this episode, Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay talk about their work as Native and Indigenous researchers. Dr. Christina Severinsen Angelique Reweti are authors of a paper in Health Promotion Practice’s 3rd annual Native and Indigenous Voices Collection. Their paper and discussion of Maori values are reflected in Cynthia Begay's upcoming paper about Native people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles. This episode discusses the article "Waiora: Connecting People, Well-Being, and Environment Through Waka Ama in Aotearoa New Zealand" by  Christina Severinsen, PhD and Angelique Reweti, BHlthSc. The Waka Ama short film can be viewed on Youtube. Health Promotion Practice's Paper of the Year and supporting content is available at SAGE. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
34:15
November 15, 2021
Ep. 42 Exploring the Public Health Podcast Network: a Career and Podcast Media Network Leveraging Podcasting to Diversity Public Health Infrastructure
Ep. 42 Exploring the Public Health Podcast Network: a Career and Podcast Media Network Leveraging Podcasting to Diversity Public Health Infrastructure
In this episode, we are please to announce that we have partnered with the Public Health Podcast Network, a professional and podcast community who believes that podcasting can change the world by increasing the voices of diverse public health ambassadors. Members of the network connect with mentors, build their public health careers, and amplify crucial public health messages through podcasting. To join their movement, visit publichealthpodcasters.com. You can also find their podcast on Anchor. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
03:32
November 11, 2021
Ep. 41 Exploring a Framework for Integrating Arts, Science, and Social Justice with Hannah Drake and Theo Edmonds
Ep. 41 Exploring a Framework for Integrating Arts, Science, and Social Justice with Hannah Drake and Theo Edmonds
"Art truly can shift a society." In this episode, Theo Edmonds and Hannah Drake discuss the role of billboards and art in Louisville, Kentucky. Hannah talks about her trip to Senegal, which was the first time that she saw herself represented in billboard messaging. They go on to discuss their community-centered approach and framework, as well as the power of creating spaces through art. This episode features the article "A Framework for Integrating Arts, Science, and Social Justice Into Culturally Responsive Public Health Communication and Innovation Designs" by Theo Edmonds, JD, MHA, MFA, Hannah Drake, Josh Miller, MBA, Nachand Trabue, Cameron Lister, MPH, Sonali S. Salunkhe, MD, MPH, Molly O’Keefe, MSHA, Sahal Alzahrani, MSc, Kelsey White, MDiv, MSc, BCC, and Amanda Levinson, JD. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
39:20
November 01, 2021
Ep. 40 Exploring The Critical Narrative Intervention Special Collection with Dr. Alice Fiddian-Green, Dr. Aline Gubrium, and Dr. Kathleen Roe
Ep. 40 Exploring The Critical Narrative Intervention Special Collection with Dr. Alice Fiddian-Green, Dr. Aline Gubrium, and Dr. Kathleen Roe
This episode features Dr. Alice Fiddian-Green and Dr. Aline Gubrium, co-editors of a just released special collection in Health Promotion Practice on Critical Narrative Intervention (CNI). With Dr. Kathleen Roe, the Editor-in-Chief at Health Promotion Practice, they discuss the origins of CNI, the thought process behind the six article collection, and the skills needed to lead this kind of work. CNI is different from the more standard approach to storytelling that's typically used in public health where researchers or clinicians use a heavy hand- or really are the guiding hand- in developing and selecting health messaging for and not with disenfranchised communities. Stay tuned for updates and links to the collection on our Twitter and LinkedIn! If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
43:04
October 26, 2021
Ep. 39 Exploring Concussion Disclosure with Dr. Landon Lempke and Dr. Michelle Weber Rawlins
Ep. 39 Exploring Concussion Disclosure with Dr. Landon Lempke and Dr. Michelle Weber Rawlins
In this episode, Dr. Landon Lempke and Dr. Michelle Weber Rawlins discuss concussion disclosure in the context of their research findings and the potential for future research. They explain the role of athletic training, their expanded definitions of concussions, and break down misconceptions regarding the sports with the highest rate of concussions. They go on to explain how their research was informed by the existing literature, what their findings show, and how hard it can be to predict human behavior. They encourage listeners to seek care if you have a hit to the head or body and have a headache, dizziness, or just feel off or weird. Their future research hopes to expand the field by looking into concussions among specific populations and by creating a novel tool. This paper references the article titled "The Influence of Socioeconomic Status and Academic Standing on Concussion-Reporting Intentions and Behaviors in Collegiate Athletes" by by Landon B. Lempke, MEd, ATC, Michelle L. Weber Rawlins, PhD, ATC, Melissa N. Anderson, MS, L. Stephen Miller, PhD, Robert C. Lynall, PhD, ATC, and Julianne D. Schmidt, PhD, ATC. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
40:06
October 18, 2021
Ep. 38 Exploring Collaborative Filmmaking and Art in the Aftermath of the 2015 Nepal Earthquake with Dr. Sara Baumann and Dr. Jessica Burke
Ep. 38 Exploring Collaborative Filmmaking and Art in the Aftermath of the 2015 Nepal Earthquake with Dr. Sara Baumann and Dr. Jessica Burke
In this episode, Dr. Sara Baumann and Dr. Jessica Burke discuss the role of art following the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal in April 2015. They explain the origin of "collaborative filmmaking" and their focus on empowering participants and communities. They encourage listeners to view the digital gallery at http://artheals.pitt.edu and to visit http://collaborativefilmmaking.com to learn more about collaborative filmmaking. They close the episode by talking about their latest work in Pittsburgh that explores how community art impacts mental health after the trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic. This episode refers to the article "Exploring Community Art and Its Role in Promoting Health, Social Cohesion, and Community Resilience in the Aftermath of the 2015 Nepal Earthquake" by Sara E. Baumann, PhD, MPH, Monica M. Merante, BPhil, Marie-Ange Sylvain-Holmgren, BA, and Jessica G. Burke, PhD, MHS. This was published as part of Health Promotion Practice's Arts in Public Health Supplement. If you are interested in working with them, you can email them at sarabaumann@pitt.edu and jgburke@pitt.edu. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
34:13
October 10, 2021
Ep. 37 Exploring and Demystifying HPP's Peer Review Process with Dr. Kathleen Roe and Dr. Valerie Paz Soldán
Ep. 37 Exploring and Demystifying HPP's Peer Review Process with Dr. Kathleen Roe and Dr. Valerie Paz Soldán
This week, Dr. Kathleen Roe and Dr. Valerie Paz Soldán discuss the peer review process. They demystify what happens when a paper is sent in for review, the Editor-in-Chief's intentional inclusion of diverse reviewers, and the joy of being a reviewer. They reflect on "the gift of review" and the growth that happens as an author and reviewer. Dr. Roe shares the story of her first submission and what lessons she learned from that experience. Although not recorded in the episode, Dr. Paz Soldán's words of encouragement to a younger self are: "Follow YOUR path, don’t let others drive your life. Find your joy. Live fully. Love fully. Remember we all have more than enough - and give to others. We have one life - live it well." The episode discusses the Peer Review Editorial that contains Dr. Roe's story of her first submission to a journal. Both that editorial, as well as the Current Editorial– which is on the Editorial Board– are open access; this means that anyone can read them. Dr. Roe's article "Private troubles and public issues: Providing abortion amid competing definitions" can be accessed from Social Science and Medicine. The current Basic Peer Review Criteria can be found on the HPP Notes Website along with other intern projects. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!
51:29
October 04, 2021
TRAILER: Exploring The HPP Podcast
TRAILER: Exploring The HPP Podcast
Hello and welcome to the HPP Podcast! My name is Arden Castle, and I will be your host through each week's episode where we feature board members, authors, the editor in chief, and more– all from the one and only Health Promotion Practice Journal. HPP is one of the Society for Public Health Education's three journals, and it is published by SAGE Journals. Our journal is dedicated to the art and science of health promotion with the broader goals of health equity and social justice. Each week, we bring journal articles to life and reflect on public health practice. We've taken deep dives into topics like PhotoVoice and arts in public health. We've heard from emerging voices in the field on their work, the future of their work, and their goals for future practice. We've talked about imposter syndrome, the queer perspective in public health, ACEs, intersectionality, the importance of HBCUs, citizen science, academia, precarious work, the application of HIV prevention education in prisons, cigarette marketing on tribal lands, LGBTQ health priorities, what counts as scholarship in public health, black pastors perceptions on the role of sex education, 20 years of pride at Health Promotion Practice, tribal sovereignty, the Empower Action Model, gaps in LGBTQ tobacco research, systems perspectives, decolonization of human centered design, emergency preparedness, Health Promotion Practice internships, emerging technologies, and demystifying the peer review process. And that is just scratching the surface of what the podcast has yet to offer. If you can't stand to wait a week, check us out on Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube by searching for the HPP Journal.
01:56
October 04, 2021
Ep. 36 Exploring How to Leverage Emerging Technologies: What HPP Editorial Board Members are Up To with Frank Strona
Ep. 36 Exploring How to Leverage Emerging Technologies: What HPP Editorial Board Members are Up To with Frank Strona
In this episode, Arden talks to Frank Strona, the Deputy Editor at Health Promotion Practice Journal. He discusses his background in emerging technology and the lessons he has learned from working in tech. He urges just to ask ourselves what is the call to action? He offers lessons learned from HPP's social media growth, and he closes by sharing what being on the HPP Editorial Board gives back to him. The views expressed by our guests are their own and do not represent the views on behalf of their organizations.
27:39
September 28, 2021
Ep. 35 Exploring an Internship at HPP: Back to School with the Interns Gabriela, Ashlyn, Shannon, Vanessa, and Melissa
Ep. 35 Exploring an Internship at HPP: Back to School with the Interns Gabriela, Ashlyn, Shannon, Vanessa, and Melissa
In this episode, five of HPP's past interns talk about their time and experiences with HPP. From paving the way, to refining existing systems, the interns affirmed their love for public health and the power of partnerships. Their hard work and passion is evident from the first time you hear them speak. Melissa, Vanessa, Shannon, Ashlyn, and Gabriela provide a generational perspective– from the first intern group to the latest. The HPP Podcast owes much of its success to these interns.
29:19
September 21, 2021
Ep. 34 Exploring Human Centered Design and Community-Based Participatory Research with Dr. Elizabeth Chen
Ep. 34 Exploring Human Centered Design and Community-Based Participatory Research with Dr. Elizabeth Chen
In this episode, Dr. Chen explains the similarities and differences of human-centered design and community-based participatory research. She also discusses the five instrumental strategies from her paper. This episode involves the article titled "Enhancing Community-Based Participatory Research Through Human-Centered Design Strategies" by Elizabeth Chen, MPH, Cristina Leos, MSPH, Sarah D. Kowitt, PhD, MPH, and Kathryn E. Moracco, PhD, MPH.
18:20
September 13, 2021
Ep. 33 Exploring A Career in Health Promotion: What HPP Editorial Board Members are Up To with Frank Strona
Ep. 33 Exploring A Career in Health Promotion: What HPP Editorial Board Members are Up To with Frank Strona
In this episode, Arden is in conversation with Frank Strona, an HPP Editorial Board member. Frank talks about his 35+ years of experience in the sexual health field and his transition to the national response for COVID. He reminds us that it is never too late to go back to school and to challenge ourselves with new opportunities. He ends the episode by reflecting on HPP’s supplemental issues, the diversity of the HPP Editorial Board, and the excitement that this work brings. The views expressed by our guests are their own and do not represent the views on behalf of their organizations.
23:18
September 06, 2021
Ep. 32 Exploring a Career in Emergency Preparedness: What HPP Board Members Are Up To with Stephanie Dopson
Ep. 32 Exploring a Career in Emergency Preparedness: What HPP Board Members Are Up To with Stephanie Dopson
In this episode, Arden is in conversation with Stephanie A. Dopson, ScD, MSW, MPH. Stephanie is currently the Ebola Response Chief of Staff and has worked with state and local public health departments on public emergency preparedness and response since the 2001 Anthrax attacks in New York and New Jersey. Upon reflecting on her 20-year career in emergency preparedness and response, she discusses the changes in the field, working internationally, and being a Health Promotion Practice board member. Stephanie A. Dopson has published "Influenza-Related Communication and Community Mitigation Strategies: Results From the 2015 Pandemic Influenza Readiness Assessment", "Structured Mentoring for Workforce Engagement and Professional Development in Public Health Settings", and "Providing Logistics Support to CDC-Deployed Staff for the Ebola Response in Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone" in Health Promotion Practice.
22:11
September 01, 2021
Ep. 31 Exploring the Decolonization of Human Design with Dr. Elizabeth Chen
Ep. 31 Exploring the Decolonization of Human Design with Dr. Elizabeth Chen
In this episode, Dr. Chen discusses the need for decolonizing design thinking and creating relationships with community members prior to creating solutions. She reminds us to check our assumptions about the communities that we want to make solutions with. The episode covers the article titled "Enhancing Community-Based Participatory Research Through Human-Centered Design Strategies" by Elizabeth Chen, MPH, Cristina Leos, MSPH, Sarah D. Kowitt, PhD, MPH, and Kathryn E. Moracco, PhD, MPH.
15:21
August 23, 2021
Ep. 30 Exploring a Systems Perspective in Public Health with Dr. LaNita Wright
Ep. 30 Exploring a Systems Perspective in Public Health with Dr. LaNita Wright
Dr. Wright reiterates the need for public health professionals to meet the community where they are. Her future research will continue to look at systems, like neighborhoods, that influence health in Black communities. This episode is also available on Youtube. This episode discusses the article titled "Pastors’ Perceptions of the Black Church’s Role in Teen Pregnancy Prevention" by LaNita S. Wright, PhD, MPH, CHES, Sarah Maness, PhD, MPH, Paul Branscum, PhD, RD, Daniel Larson, PhD, E. Laurette Taylor, PhD, Lara Mayeux, PhD, and Marshall K. Cheney, PhD.
12:28
August 16, 2021
Ep. 29 Exploring the Gaps in LGBTQ Tobacco Research: More with Dr. Joseph Lee
Ep. 29 Exploring the Gaps in LGBTQ Tobacco Research: More with Dr. Joseph Lee
Dr. Lee explains the gaps in LGBTQ tobacco research and his desire to try a different approach that would look at the role of the environment on behavior. This episode is also available on Youtube. This episode discusses the article titled "Perceived Importance of Health Concerns Among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Adults in a National, Probability-Based Phone Survey, 2017" by Marcella H. Boynton, PhD, Jeffrey Gilbert, MPH, Bonnie E. Shook-Sa, MAS, and Joseph G. L. Lee, PhD, MPH.
11:42
August 09, 2021
Ep. 28 Exploring the Empower Action Model with Dr. Aditi Srivastav and Michael Shirley
Ep. 28 Exploring the Empower Action Model with Dr. Aditi Srivastav and Michael Shirley
Dr. Srivastav and her colleague Michael Shirley discuss the implementation of the Empower Action Model in South Carolina. They explain their goals for the field and for their research, as well as how to apply the model in different settings. You can also watch this episode on Youtube. This episode talks about "The Empower Action Model: A Framework for Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences by Promoting Health, Equity, and Well-Being Across the Life Span" by Aditi Srivastav, PhD, MPH, Melissa Strompolis, PhD, Amy Moseley, MA, and Kelsay Daniels, BA.
29:09
August 02, 2021
Ep. 27 Exploring Feasibility Testing and Program Adaptation with Dr. Carlos Mahaffey
Ep. 27 Exploring Feasibility Testing and Program Adaptation with Dr. Carlos Mahaffey
In this episode, Dr. Mahaffey discusses his research goals for HIV interventions among Black communities. His paper can help teach about feasibility testing and being adaptable, and he notes the way COVID "pulled back the curtain" on health disparities. The article mentioned is "Evaluating the Feasibility of Implementing an HIV Prevention Intervention for Incarcerated African American Men- Lessons Learned From a Pilot Study" by Carlos C. Mahaffey, PharmD, MPH, Danelle Stevens-Watkins, PhD, A. Kathleen Burlew, PhD, Myles D. Moody, MA, Paris B. Wheeler, MS, and Shawndaya Thrasher, MSW, MA.
11:11
July 26, 2021
Ep. 26 Exploring Tribal Sovereignty with Native researcher Cynthia Begay
Ep. 26 Exploring Tribal Sovereignty with Native researcher Cynthia Begay
In this episode, Arden Castle is in Conversation with Cynthia Begay, MPH, who explains the programming that Tribes are currently doing to address smoking. Cynthia warns against "helicopter research" and reiterates the need for long-term relationships with Tribal communities. This episode is also available on Youtube. The article is titled "Cigarette and E-Cigarette Retail Marketing on and Near California Tribal Lands" and was written by Cynthia Begay, MPH, Claradina Soto, PhD, MPH, Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, PhD, MPH, Rosa Barahona, BA, Yaneth L. Rodriguez, MPH, Jennifer B. Unger, PhD, and Sabrina L. Smiley, PhD, MPH, MCHES.
24:09
July 19, 2021
Ep. 25 Exploring Arts as a Shared Language
Ep. 25 Exploring Arts as a Shared Language
In this episode, Dr. Lourdes Rodríguez talks to four authors of articles in the Arts in Public Health special supplement. Dr. Heang Rubin and Cynthia Woo talk about their work with the Pao Arts Center, and Rabbi Nancy Epstein and Anne Bluethenthal talk about the Skywatchers program. The group discusses the ways in which their teams bridged differences in disciplinary language, and they all share stories about the things that they learned through their collaboration. This episode covered the article “Arts, Culture, and Creativity as a Strategy for Countering the Negative Social Impacts of Immigration Stress and Gentrification” by Carolyn Leung Rubin, EdD, Virginia Rall Chomitz, PhD, Cynthia Woo, MA, Giles Li, MPA, Susan Koch-Weser, ScD, and Peter Levine, PhD. This episode covered the article “Leveraging Arts for Justice, Equity, and Public Health: The Skywatchers Program and Its Implications for Community-Based Health Promotion Practice and Research” by Rabbi Nancy E. Epstein, MPH, MAHL, Anne Bluethenthal, MFA, Deirdre Visser, MFA, Clara Pinsky, and Meredith Minkler, DrPH, MPH.
20:25
July 12, 2021
Ep. 24 Exploring Thinking with Images and Text: PhotoVoice as Emancipatory Pedagogy
Ep. 24 Exploring Thinking with Images and Text: PhotoVoice as Emancipatory Pedagogy
In this episode of “People, Power, and Photovoice,” guest co-editor Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew is in conversation with Dr. Jean Breny and Dr. Claudia Mitchell. They discuss how they use PhotoVoice in their classrooms and the idea of "speaking back." They also reflect on their methods of facilitation, as well as co-creating reality.
42:30
July 05, 2021
Ep. 23 Exploring 20 years of PRIDE at Health Promotion Practice
Ep. 23 Exploring 20 years of PRIDE at Health Promotion Practice
In this episode, Arden Castle is in conversation with Dr. Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, Leo Kattari, and Lisa Carlson to celebrate PRIDE month and the 20 year anniversary of Health Promotion Practice’s first LGBTQ+ article. They talk about their unique perspectives, bringing their authentic selves to their work, visibility, and the past and future of writing about LGBTQ+ topics. Their stories are intertwined and unique, and they close with advice for journals and younger LGBTQ+ scholars or practitioners. This episode refers to the commentary "HPP Celebrates Pride" by Kathleen M. Roe, DrPH, MPH. This episode refers to the article "An Analysis of Tobacco Industry Marketing to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Populations: Strategies for Mainstream Tobacco Control and Prevention" by Perry Stevens, MPA, Lisa M. Carlson, MPH, CHES, and Johanna M. Hinman, MPH, CHES.
31:46
June 28, 2021
Ep. 22 Exploring Theatre Connect as an Affirming Space for LGBTQQ Youth
Ep. 22 Exploring Theatre Connect as an Affirming Space for LGBTQQ Youth
In this episode, Jeffrey Pufahl and Camilo Reina-Munoz talk about co-directing Theatre Connect, an LGBTQQ youth theatre program. They were joined by Hannah Bayne, a mental health counselor, and Cai Husband, a peer mentor. They discuss the origin of Theatre Connect, Baim’s drama spiral, and the need to create a fun space for teens to explore their identities. This episode covers the article “Theatre Connect: Key Strategies for Facilitating LGBTQQ Youth Theatre Programs” by Jeffrey Pufahl, LMUS, MFA, MFA, Camilo Reina-Munoz, MA, and Hannah Bayne, PhD, LMHC (FL), LPC (VA).
37:33
June 20, 2021
Ep. 21 Exploring Black Pastor's Perceptions of their Role in Sex Education: More with Dr. LaNita Wright
Ep. 21 Exploring Black Pastor's Perceptions of their Role in Sex Education: More with Dr. LaNita Wright
Dr. Wright discusses the findings of her paper, including pastor's perceptions of the limitations to implementing a program. She also explains the role of the Black Church and different systems at play in Black communities. You can also enjoy this episode on Youtube. The episode talks about the article "Pastors' Perceptions of the Black Church’s Role in Teen Pregnancy Prevention" by LaNita S. Wright, PhD, MPH, CHES, Sarah Maness, PhD, MPH, Paul Branscum, PhD, RD, Daniel Larson, PhD, E. Laurette Taylor, PhD, Lara Mayeux, PhD, and Marshall K. Cheney, PhD.
11:34
June 14, 2021
Ep. 20 Exploring What Arts Count as Scholarship in Public Health with Shanaé Burch and Dr. Ryan Petteway
Ep. 20 Exploring What Arts Count as Scholarship in Public Health with Shanaé Burch and Dr. Ryan Petteway
In this episode, Shanaé Burch and Dr. Ryan Petteway talk about the appraisal, review, and valuation of art in public health. They reference the artists that have inspired them, and they discuss the colonialization of art. Art has always involved public health, but they encourage us to wonder what public health will look like as art moves in from the margins. This episode references the article "Perspectives on Racism: Reflections on Our Collective Moral Responsibility When Leveraging Arts and Culture for Health Promotion" by Shanaé R. Burch, EdM. This episode references the article "PARTICULATES//Tulips: (Or, Estimating Respiratory Effects of Ambient Air Pollution and COVID-19 Using a Policing-Climate Adjusted Hazard Function)" by Ryan J. Petteway, DrPH, MPH.
50:50
June 07, 2021
Ep. 19 Exploring the Health Priorities of the LGBTQ Community with Dr. Joseph Lee
Ep. 19 Exploring the Health Priorities of the LGBTQ Community with Dr. Joseph Lee
Dr. Lee discusses the findings of his paper and meeting the community where they are. He explains that the LGBTQ community and researchers did not identify the same health risks and how to reconcile these differences to prevent more disparities. You can also enjoy this episode on Youtube. The episode involves the article "Perceived Importance of Health Concerns Among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Adults in a National, Probability-Based Phone Survey, 2017" by Marcella H. Boynton, PhD, Jeffrey Gilbert, MPH, Bonnie E. Shook-Sa, MAS, and Joseph G. L. Lee, PhD, MPH.
11:04
May 31, 2021
Ep. 18 Exploring the Art of Balancing Power in PhotoVoice (Or, There be Monsters)
Ep. 18 Exploring the Art of Balancing Power in PhotoVoice (Or, There be Monsters)
In this episode of “People, Power, and Photovoice,” guest co-editors Bob Strack and Robin Evans-Agnew are in conversation with Jody Early and Victoria Sanchez. Navigating the power balances within applications of photovoice are central to how one carries out a photovoice effort. Our guests this week remind us of the constant flux of negotiation and attention to power within our work and our need for collective awareness of and humility toward power.
48:55
May 24, 2021
Ep. 17 Exploring Cigarette Marketing on Tribal Lands with Native Researcher Cynthia Begay
Ep. 17 Exploring Cigarette Marketing on Tribal Lands with Native Researcher Cynthia Begay
Cynthia Begay, MPH, discusses the findings of her paper and the difference between cultural uses of tobacco and big industry marketing. She reminds us that a crucial part of understanding tobacco use and policy is respecting Tribal sovereignty. This interview is also available to watch on Youtube. The article is titled "Cigarette and E-Cigarette Retail Marketing on and Near California Tribal Lands" and was written by Cynthia Begay, MPH, Claradina Soto, PhD, MPH, Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, PhD, MPH, Rosa Barahona, BA, Yaneth L. Rodriguez, MPH, Jennifer B. Unger, PhD, and Sabrina L. Smiley, PhD, MPH, MCHES.
16:42
May 17, 2021
Ep. 16 Exploring Challenges to HIV Prevention Education in Prison with Dr. Carlos Mahaffey
Ep. 16 Exploring Challenges to HIV Prevention Education in Prison with Dr. Carlos Mahaffey
Dr. Mahaffey talks through the revisions needed to implement REMAS-CA in a prison. He emphasizes the need for research to be done with, rather than to, a community. He is the first author on the article "Evaluating the Feasibility of Implementing an HIV Prevention Intervention for Incarcerated African American Men- Lessons Learned From a Pilot Study" in Health Promotion Practice Journal. A video version of this episode can also be enjoyed on Youtube. The article has six authors: Carlos C. Mahaffey, PharmD, MPH, Danelle Stevens-Watkins, PhD, A. Kathleen Burlew, PhD, Myles D. Moody, MA, Paris B. Wheeler, MS, & Shawndaya Thrasher, MSW, MA.
13:11
May 10, 2021
Ep. 15 Exploring Arts in Public Health with Dr. Jill Sonke, Dr. Sandro Galea, Dr. Maria Jackson, Sunil Iyengar, and David Leventhal
Ep. 15 Exploring Arts in Public Health with Dr. Jill Sonke, Dr. Sandro Galea, Dr. Maria Jackson, Sunil Iyengar, and David Leventhal
In this episode, guest host Dr. Jill Sonke is in conversation with four authors from HPP's Arts Supplement. They talk about how art has a key role at the heart of what public health is trying to do, go beyond the physical benefits of dance, and elevate cultural kitchens. This metaphor sparks a deep conversation the validity of art and its ability to build trust with communities. Dr. Sonke is in conversation with Dr. Sandro Galea from the Boston University School of Public Health, Maria Rosario Jackson from Arizona State University, Sunil Iyengar from the National Endowment for the Arts, and David Leventhal from the Dance for PD program.
45:50
May 03, 2021
Ep. 14 Exploring the Origin Story of the SHOWED Method: Straight from Roy Shaffer Himself
Ep. 14 Exploring the Origin Story of the SHOWED Method: Straight from Roy Shaffer Himself
In this podcast, Bob Strack and Robin Evans-Agnew interview one of the unsung heroes of health promotion practice. Physician-savant Roy Shaffer tells us his story of how he became motivated by his work with marginalized populations as a bush-doctor in Kenya to develop one of the first community-health-worker (CHW) programs to provide education and reliable data collection in hard to reach communities. Amidst a big push by the World Health Organization at that time to develop such programs, Roy was inspired by the newly published work of Paulo Freire to push for empowerment and engagement methods for health promotion. A developer of several useful mnemonics for education, Roy developed the SHOWeD questioning method for encouraging emancipatory dialogue between CHW's and the villagers in the places he would fly into. In this podcast we learn that Nina Wallerstein probably learned about the SHOWeD strategy from Roy during a trip she made to Kenya at that time, including it in her and Ed Bernstein's classic (1988, HEQ) article on empowerment education. In the 1990's Caroline Wang and Mary Ann Burris adapted the SHOWeD questioning strategy for employment in photovoice, where it remains the principle questioning strategy used by practitioners and researchers to this day.
42:18
April 25, 2021
Ep. 13 Exploring Precarious Work with Dr. Christina Welter
Ep. 13 Exploring Precarious Work with Dr. Christina Welter
In this episode, guest host Dr. Melissa Valerio is in conversation with Dr. Christina Welter. They discuss precarious work and what the UIC Center for Healthy Work is doing to promote healthier working conditions. Dr. Welter explains their PSE (policy, systems, and environmental change) approach, their use of action research, and the role of public health amid COVID-19.
37:48
April 19, 2021
Ep. 12 Exploring Research Careers Outside of Academia with Dr. Aditi Srivastav
Ep. 12 Exploring Research Careers Outside of Academia with Dr. Aditi Srivastav
Dr. Srivastav talks about her experience as a professional in a nonprofit, the opportunities for coalitions and collaborations that happen outside of an academic setting, and how being a South Asian woman informs her work and practice. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
25:14
April 12, 2021
Ep. 11 Exploring Youth Citizen Science with Dr. Katherine Kim, Ashley Michael, and Lisa Morehead-Hillman
Ep. 11 Exploring Youth Citizen Science with Dr. Katherine Kim, Ashley Michael, and Lisa Morehead-Hillman
In this episode, Dr. Katherine Kim talks through her paper on youth citizen science that won Health Promotion Practice's Paper of the Year for 2020. She was joined by Ashley Michael, one of the youth leaders, and Lisa Morehead-Hillman, a manager in the Tribe’s Department of Natural Resources. They discussed how Tribes are uniquely posed to address their own food insecurity issues in ways that are empowering and healthy, as well as the importance of empowering youth. This paper is free to download here: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1524839919852098.
40:09
April 07, 2021
Ep. 10 Exploring Participatory Curation: Getting to the Show, Tell, and Activism of Photovoice with Ed Mamary and Michelle Teti
Ep. 10 Exploring Participatory Curation: Getting to the Show, Tell, and Activism of Photovoice with Ed Mamary and Michelle Teti
In this episode of “People, Power, and Photovoice,” guest co-editors Bob Strack and Robin Evans-Agnew are in conversation with Ed Mamary and Michelle Teti. In this episode, the decision making about how to frame and curate photovoice for sharing important social justice messages are explored. Attention is paid to ethics, dealing with sensitive topics, and navigating the decision making process prior to constructing the photovoice public exhibit. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
31:50
March 30, 2021
Ep. 9 Exploring Human Centered Design with Dr. Elizabeth Chen
Ep. 9 Exploring Human Centered Design with Dr. Elizabeth Chen
Dr. Chen talks about the Real Talk app, the different dimensions of power and privilege of her identities, and reiterates the need for anti-racist work.
18:43
March 22, 2021
Ep. 8 Exploring the Importance of HBCUs and Finding a Way to Public Health with Dr. Carlos Mahaffey
Ep. 8 Exploring the Importance of HBCUs and Finding a Way to Public Health with Dr. Carlos Mahaffey
Dr. Mahaffey talks about his journey into public health and the importance of HBCUs in his education. He reinforces the importance of mentorship and offers some examples of how to get started building these relationships. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
16:23
March 15, 2021
Ep. 7 Exploring Intersectionality with Native Researcher Cynthia Begay
Ep. 7 Exploring Intersectionality with Native Researcher Cynthia Begay
Cynthia Begay, MPH, talks about being drawn to community-based work and her experiences as a Native researcher. She encourages other young professionals to define their own success and avoid self-doubt when pursuing opportunities. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
21:32
March 08, 2021
Ep. 6 Exploring Voice and Agency against Social Oppression: Photovoice and Critical Consciousness with Ryan Petteway and Cathy Vaughan
Ep. 6 Exploring Voice and Agency against Social Oppression: Photovoice and Critical Consciousness with Ryan Petteway and Cathy Vaughan
In this episode of “People, Power, and Photovoice,” guest co-editors Bob Strack and Robin Evans-Agnew are in conversation with Ryan Petteway and Cathy Vaughan. In this episode, the co-editors and guests dig into the Freire concept of critical consciousness and how the platform of photovoice can be used to create the space for dialogue and the co-construction of knowledge. They remind us that communities own their own stories and how our collective voices elevate for change matters. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
38:38
March 01, 2021
Ep.5 Exploring Photovoice: A Beacon for Health Promotion in Times of Social Turmoil?
Ep.5 Exploring Photovoice: A Beacon for Health Promotion in Times of Social Turmoil?
In this episode of “People, Power, and Photovoice,” guest co-editors Bob Strack and Robin Evans-Agnew are in conversation with Dr. Kathleen Roe, Editor-in-Chief for Health Promotion Practice. They discuss Health Promotion Practice’s role in and commitment to advancing photovoice scholarship through publishing. This initial “People, Power, and Photovoice” episode sets the series in motion. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
37:59
February 22, 2021
Ep.4 Exploring an Assets-Based Approach to ACEs with Dr. Aditi Srivsastav
Ep.4 Exploring an Assets-Based Approach to ACEs with Dr. Aditi Srivsastav
Dr. Srivastav explains ACEs, how to use the Empower Action Model, the findings of her paper, deficits-based thinking, and equity. The EAM incorporates existing frameworks to create a set of conditions for success in a variety of settings. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
35:52
February 15, 2021
Ep. 3 Exploring a Queer Perspective in Public Health with Dr. Joseph Lee
Ep. 3 Exploring a Queer Perspective in Public Health with Dr. Joseph Lee
Dr. Lee talks about his path through public health, his experience being a mentor, and the benefits of his identity in the field. Dr. Lee talks about his path through public health, his experience being a mentor, and the benefits of his identity in the field. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
13:45
February 08, 2021
Ep. 2 Exploring Imposter Syndrome and Representation in Academia with Dr. LaNita Wright
Ep. 2 Exploring Imposter Syndrome and Representation in Academia with Dr. LaNita Wright
Dr. Wright talks about intersectionality and the importance of having a mentor that looks like her. She also discusses imposter syndrome and working in a predominantly White institution. This conversation is also available to watch on YouTube.
31:00
February 01, 2021
Ep. 1 Welcome to The HPP Podcast
Ep. 1 Welcome to The HPP Podcast
Hello and welcome to The HPP Podcast. My name is Arden Castle and I will be your host through each week's episode where we feature authors, board members, the editor-in-chief, and more, all from the one and only, Health Promotion Practice Journal. Each of our weekly discussions will bring journal articles to life and reflect on public health practice. Can't stand to wait a week? Check us out on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Youtube by searching for theHPPJournal, or poke around our website. I know you'll find something to enjoy! Take care!
00:48
January 05, 2021