Health outcomes in this country continue to be sub-optimal between Americans and compared to other developed countries. Join us as we speak with Health Equity Experts & Leaders to discuss innovative approaches to narrow the gap and improve the quality of life for all.
Host: Mary E Fleming
Producers: Mary E Fleming, Amon Rodgers
Episode 4: Health Equity and Gun Violence
On this episode we are joined by Reede Scholar Mallory Williams, MD, MPH, trauma surgeon, professor, health equity advocate and lieutenant colonel in the United States Army Reserve Medical Corps. We discuss gun violence in the United States and how it affects marginalized populations.
Dr. Williams joins HUH
Episode 3: Health Equity and Racism
On this episode, we are joined by Reede Scholar Rhea Boyd, MD, MPH, a pediatrician, blogger, speaker and activist from in the Bay Area in California. We discuss how racism impacts the health of all citizens in this country and how the increased amount of data we collect from individuals may change how we interpret health equity.
(Due to recording errors, parts of the interview had to be re-recorded. As you can imagine, most of our episodes are recorded on the road, so we ask for your consideration. )
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REEDE SCHOLARS LIVE! Let's Talk Equity.
Tune in to our new PODCAST discussing topics pertinent to Health Equity.
On this episode, we are joined by Darrell Gray, MD, MPH, a gastroenterologist at the Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. His interests range from improving colorectal cancer screening in vulnerable populations to increasing the number of black men in medicine.
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Episode 1: Health Equity and Public Health
On this episode we are joined by Piia Hanson, MPSH, MBA, public health expert and maternal and child health consultant. She joins Reede Scholars to discuss her evolution in the field of health equity, current projects and insight into how we can have the greatest impact in maternal and child Health. She has worked in the public sector, for a non-profit, for the government and currently for herself, negotiating the challenges and victories of influencing population health.