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Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout the midwest region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health.
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Rural Health: We're All Connected
In today's episode, we talk with Rima Afifi, Brandi Janssen, Hans Lehmler, Edith Parker, and Diane Rohlman from the University of Iowa College of Public Health about the themes throughout the previous nine episodes. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript and an evaluation. This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
49:06
March 9, 2021
Rural Health: Stories from Local Public Health Leaders
In today's episode, we talk with Becky Vonnahme, Tammy McKeever, and Sharon Miller about their experiences working in and with local public health departments. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript and an evaluation. This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
01:16:57
March 2, 2021
Rural Health: You've Gotta Care About People
In today's episode, we talk with Nicole Crain and John Grimes about employment in rural areas. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
55:28
February 23, 2021
Rural Health: Patients Become Family
In today's episode, we hear from Dr. Jessica Williams, Rachel Goss and Jim Atty about providing healthcare services in rural communities. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
01:05:01
February 16, 2021
Rural Health: Art is What Makes Us Human
In today's episode, we hear from Angie Tagtow, Lisa Crow, Mary Swander, Meg Merckens and Tom Johnson about the value of arts, theater, and cultural identities in rural communities. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Resources: Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture Conservation Reserve Program Marengo Community Youth Center The Mother of All Arts: Agrarianism and the Creative Impulse Ag Arts Older Creamery Theatre Iowa Arts Council Joyce Foundation National Endowment for the Arts This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
59:41
February 9, 2021
Rural Health: Environmental Health is Public Health
In today's episode, we hear from Art Cullen, David Osterberg, Davic Cwiertny, and Brian Hanft about environmental health. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Resources: Iowa Policy Project Center for Health Effects of Environmental Contamination Iowa's Grants to Counties program Environmental Health Specialists Network This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
53:43
February 2, 2021
Rural Health: Food is Everything
In today's episode, we hear from Mary Swander, Jason Grimm, Shelley Buffalo and Greg Padget about food, food systems, and what food means for culture, identity, and communities. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
01:22:05
January 26, 2021
Rural Health: Community Pride
In today's episode, we hear from Emily Wornell and Bill Menner about what makes rural communities successful. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. In this episode, Emily mentions this article: Metropolitan Reclassification and the Urbanization of Rural America. This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
57:24
January 19, 2021
Rural Health: What Makes a Community
In today's episode, we hear from Heather Lujano, Mary Swander, and Art Cullen about life in rural Iowa.  Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
54:21
January 12, 2021
Rural Health: The Global Midwest
In today's episode, we hear from Himar Hernandez and Kristy Nabhan-Warren about life in rural Iowa.  Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.
49:23
January 5, 2021
Advocacy: Change Comes Through Relationships
In today's episode, Deborah Thompson talks with Linda Rallo of Aligned; Rev. Dr. Mary Robinson, chair fo the Black Hawk County (Iowa) Health Department; and Dr. Nafissa Cisse-Egbuonye, director of the Black Hawk County (Iowa) Health Department about the importance of building strong relationships. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.
59:44
December 22, 2020
Advocacy: We Have to Ask for What We Need
In today's episode, Deborah Thompson talks with Matt Wyant of Pottawattamie County Public Health (Iowa), Iowa State Senator Amanda Ragan, and Dennis Kriesel from the Kansas Association of Local Health Departments about the need for increased funding for local public health and how to get it. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.
01:02:54
December 15, 2020
Advocacy: Celebrate Every Win
In today's episode, Deborah Thompson talks with Wichita City Councilwoman Becky Tuttle and the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network's Cathy Callaway about staying motivated in long advocacy fights and the important of celebrating victories, no matter how big or small. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.
54:34
December 8, 2020
Advocacy: Overcoming Public Health's Humility
In today's episode, Deborah Thompson talks with Jaci Reynolds of #HealthierMO, Iowa Senator Joe Bolkcom, and Chris Estle from Jefferson County (Iowa) Public Health about why advocacy is essential in public health, what holds us back, and how to overcome those barriers. PHRASES is a great resource mentioned in this episode. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.
59:11
December 1, 2020
COVID-19: Experiences of People with Disabilities
In today's episode, Anne Crotty, of the University of Iowa Center for Center for Disabilities and Development, talks with Karin Ford, Sheena Wendel and Kelly Von Lehmden about how COVID-19 is impacting people with disabilities. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.
36:41
October 27, 2020
COVID-19 Impact on Dairy Farmers
In today's episode, we talk with Darin Von Ruden, a third-generation dairy farmer and active member of the Farmers Union, about the impact of COVID-19 on people who work in dairy, highlighting how farmers are responding to the pandemic and why milk is being dumped. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.
16:02
July 7, 2020
COVID-19: Impact on Meatpacking Workers
In today's episode, we talk with Dr. Nicole Novak of the University of Iowa College of Public Health and Andrew Bribriesco, an attorney who has dedicated the majority of his practice to representing meatpacking workers, about the impact of COVID-19 on people who work in meatpacking plants. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.
35:45
May 5, 2020
Messaging, Communications, and Behavior Change during COVID-19 Pandemic
In this collaborative episode, we partner with From the Front Row to talk with Dr. Rima Afifi about messaging during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.
22:15
March 24, 2020
Tackling Equity, Conclusion
Today Hannah Shultz from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center talks with Dr. Maria Bruno from the University of Iowa Division of Student Life, Mike Hoenig from the University of Iowa Center for Disabilities and Development and Felicia Pieper from the University of Iowa College of Public Health. They talk about recurring themes from the Tackling Equity Series. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
44:27
March 10, 2020
Tackling Equity, Immigration
Today Felicia Pieper from the University of Iowa College of Public Health talks with Dr. Michelle Devlin of the University of Northern Iowa, and Hannah Shultz from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center talks with Vivian Aldridge from Dallas County (Iowa) Public Health, about immigration, changing communities, and health considerations when working with new populations. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
56:36
March 3, 2020
Tackling Equity, Place Matters
Today Hannah Shultz from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center talks with Danielle Pettit-Majewski from Washington County (IA) Public Health and Andy Wessel from Douglas County (NE) Health Department about place as a social determinant of health, diving into challenges faced by rural communities, and the importance of housing. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
01:00:55
February 25, 2020
Tackling Equity, Building an Inclusive Workforce
Today Hannah Shultz from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center talks with Dr. Denize Martinez of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, and Christina Gentry, Sarah Hartsig, and Sonia Jordan from Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health, about bringing underrepresented people into health professions and training current public health practitioners in health equity and cultural humility. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
01:05:20
February 18, 2020
Tackling Equity, Native American Health
Today Felicia Piper from the University of Iowa College of Public Health talks with Dara Jefferson, also of the University of Iowa College of Public Health, about health issues and disparities experienced by and impacting Native American communities and people. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
42:28
February 11, 2020
Tackling Equity, African American Health Disparities
Today Derrick Willis from the University of Iowa University Center on Excellence in Developmental Disabilities talks with Quinney Harris of the National WIC Association and Dr. Nafissa Cisse-Egbuonye of the Black Hawk County Health Department in Waterloo, Iowa about health issues and disparities experienced in African American communities. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
59:54
February 4, 2020
Tackling Equity, People with Disabilities
Today Derrick Willis from the University of Iowa University Center on Excellence in Developmental Disabilities talks with Anne Crotty, Alejandra Esoto, Michael Hoenig, all of the Center for Disabilities and Development, and Cheryll Jones of the Ottumwa Regional Center Child Health Specialty Clinic. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
54:29
January 28, 2020
Tackling Equity, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Questioning
Today Dr. Paul Gilbert talks with Dr. Katherine Imborek and Max Mowitz about the LGBTQ health. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
44:48
January 21, 2020
Tackling Equity, the Social Determinants of Health
Today Dr. Paul Gilbert talks with Dr. Georges Benjamin and Dr. Nalo Johnson about the social determinants of health. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
01:00:40
January 14, 2020
Tackling Equity, an Introduction
Today Hannah Shultz talks with Dr. Rima Afifi, Dr. Maria Bruno, and Dr. Paul Gilbert about health equity, what it is, and what we may hear about in the coming nine episodes. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
46:54
January 7, 2020
Leadership: We Need to be the Group that Speaks for the Community. An Interview with Brian Castrucci.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Brian Castrucci, CEO of the de Beaumont Foundation, about the importance of telling compelling stories, building strategic skills, and tearing down silos to help communities achieve optimal health. Visit our podcast webpage for more information and an evaluation. During the interview, Dr. Castrucci references the Practical Playbook II and the PH WINS survey. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
01:01:49
December 17, 2019
Leadership: Connecting to your personal story. An Interview with Jennifer McKeever.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Jennifer McKeever of the National Network of Public Health Institutes about how our stories impact our work and the value of authenticity. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
30:23
December 10, 2019
Leadership: Staying relevant for public health 3.0. An Interview with Bobbie Berkowitz.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Bobbie Berkowitz, Dean Emerita Columbia University School of Nursing, about the role of public health nurses, how we are educating emerging public health nursing leaders, and preparing for the future. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
31:20
December 3, 2019
Leadership: Find a Mentor. An Interview with Doris Brown.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Doris Brown, Executive Director for the Center for Community Preparedness at the Louisiana Department of Health, about the skills needed for public health practitioners today, the importance of relationships, seeking mentorship, and how the Louisiana Center for Community Preparedness achieved a third place ranking. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
21:11
November 19, 2019
Leadership: If there’s not an opportunity, design it. An Interview with Captain Aisha Mix.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Captain Aisha Mix of the United State Public Health Service Commissioned Corps about important skills for success, the importance of seeing individuals and communities as unique, and the value of speaking to the agreement instead of speaking to the conflict. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
28:06
November 12, 2019
Leadership: Flexibility is Your Friend. An Interview with Lindsay Huse.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Lindsay Huse, the state supervisor of public health nursing in Wyoming and past president of the Association of Public Health Nurses, about the need for flexibility in public health, particularly in communication and leadership styles. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
18:34
November 5, 2019
Leadership: Health Should Be a Shared Value. An Interview with Sue Hassmiller.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Sue Hassmiller, senior advisor for nursing at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, about skills public health nurses need and the importance of reaching across sectors for maximum impact. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
21:57
October 29, 2019
Leadership: Move Fast to Move Slow. An Interview with Denise Foster.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Denise Foster, the chief nursing officer for the county of San Diego, about the importance of knowing and understanding your stakeholders for bigger impact. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
12:56
October 22, 2019
Leadership: Daily Action, Long-term Impact. An Interview with Jennifer Valentine.
Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Jennifer Valentine, Director of Organizational Planning and Development at Knox County Health Department in Knoxville, Tennessee. They discuss the importance of health in all policies, how to engage stakeholders internally and externally to promote and implement health in all policies, and the value of managing change effectively. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
20:25
October 15, 2019
Leadership: Don’t be perfect, be less wrong. An Interview with Michael Fraser.
Today Brandon Grimm from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Public Health talks with Michael Fraser, CEO of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, at the 2019 Nebraska Public Health Conference. Dr. Fraser talks about what excites him about public health, what makes him nervous, and the importance of advocacy. Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Special thanks to Katie Brandert, Brandon Grimm, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
16:34
October 8, 2019
Leadership: An Interview with Leah Casanave, Every Hero is a Person
Welcome to a collaborative episode of From the Front Row and Share Public Health, two podcasts produced from the University of Iowa College of Public Health. Our host, Ian Buchta, interview Leah Casanave of Douglas County, Nebraska about her work. Visit our podcast webpage for a transcript and evaluation. Special thanks to our guests, and to members of our planning committee: Sonja Armbruster, Hailey Boudreau, Katie Brandert, Ian Buchta, Maya Chilese, Stacey Coleman, Brandon Grimm, Suzanne Hawley, Abigail Menke, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, Laurie Walkner, and Kristin Wilson for guidance in creating this series, and to the de Beaumont Foundation for creating the 40 Under 40 list and connecting us to the impressive honorees. Funding for this podcast is provided by the Health Resources and Services administration. Please see the podcast notes for an evaluation and transcript. This podcast is brought to you by the University of Iowa College of Public Health.
26:34
October 1, 2019
Leadership: An Interview with Elizabeth Walsh, A Public Health Hustler
Welcome to a collaborative episode of From the Front Row and Share Public Health, two podcasts produced from the University of Iowa College of Public Health. Our host, Ian Buchta, interview Elizabeth Walsh of Kansas City, Missouri about her work and hopes for public health. Visit our podcast webpage for a transcript and evaluation. Special thanks to our guests, and to members of our planning committee: Sonja Armbruster, Hailey Boudreau, Katie Brandert, Ian Buchta, Maya Chilese, Stacey Coleman, Brandon Grimm, Suzanne Hawley, Abigail Menke, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, Laurie Walkner, and Kristin Wilson for guidance in creating this series, and to the de Beaumont Foundation for creating the 40 Under 40 list and connecting us to the impressive honorees. Funding for this podcast is provided by the Health Resources and Services administration. Please see the podcast notes for an evaluation and transcript. This podcast is brought to you by the University of Iowa College of Public Health.
36:27
September 24, 2019
Mental Health: No Wrong Door
Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout our region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health. Thank you for tuning into this series focusing on mental health. In this series, we will explore mental health through the lens of schools, public safety, and business. Be sure to check the notes to get links to resources mentioned in the podcast. In today's episode, we talk to a coalition in Washington County, Iowa about Crisis Intervention Teams, jail diversion programs, and other methods public safety officers use when confronting a person experiencing a mental health challenge. Special thanks to our guests, and to members of our planning committee: Sonja Armbruster, Katie Brandert, Stacey Coleman, Brandon Grimm, Joy Harris, Suzanne Hawley, Abigail Menke, Jeneane Moody, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, Laurie Walkner, and Kristin Wilson for guidance in creating this series and to Maya Chilese for guidance as well as hosting this series. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
54:41
September 17, 2019
Mental Health: Mental Health Programs are an Investment
Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout our region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health. Thank you for tuning into this series focusing on mental health. In this series, we will explore mental health through the lens of schools, public safety, and business. Be sure to check the notes to get links to resources mentioned in the podcast. Resources mentioned in this episode: Not Myself Today National Alliance on Mental Illness Mental Health First Aid Question Persuade Refer National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Special thanks to our guests, and to members of our planning committee: Sonja Armbruster, Katie Brandert, Stacey Coleman, Brandon Grimm, Joy Harris, Suzanne Hawley, Abigail Menke, Jeneane Moody, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, Laurie Walkner, and Kristin Wilson for guidance in creating this series and to Maya Chilese for guidance as well as hosting this series. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
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September 10, 2019
Mental Health: The Need for Trauma-Informed Training
Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout our region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health. Thank you for tuning into this series focusing on mental health. In this series, we will explore mental health through the lens of schools, public safety, and business. Be sure to check the notes to get links to resources mentioned in the podcast. Resources mentioned in this episode: Adverse Childhood Experiences information from CDC National Survey of Children's Health Alive & Well St. Louis Trauma Informed Pediatric Care training from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Special thanks to our guests, and to members of our planning committee: Sonja Armbruster, Katie Brandert, Stacey Coleman, Brandon Grimm, Joy Harris, Suzanne Hawley, Abigail Menke, Jeneane Moody, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, Laurie Walkner, and Kristin Wilson for guidance in creating this series and to Maya Chilese for guidance as well as hosting this series. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
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September 3, 2019
Mental Health: Language Matters
Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout our region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health. Thank you for tuning into this series focusing on mental health. In this series, we will explore mental health through the lens of schools, public safety, and business. Be sure to check the notes to get links to resources mentioned in the podcast. Resources mentioned in this episode:  • Mental Health First Aid • NY State Education Department Mental Health Curriculum • Mental Health Literacy Scale Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. Special thanks to our guests, and to members of our planning committee: Sonja Armbruster, Katie Brandert, Stacey Coleman, Brandon Grimm, Joy Harris, Suzanne Hawley, Abigail Menke, Jeneane Moody, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, Laurie Walkner, and Kristin Wilson for guidance in creating this series and to Maya Chilese for guidance as well as hosting this series. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman. Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. 
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August 21, 2019