Addressing Health Care Disparities with CME

>>KOPELOW: So, Dr Boone we’ve come together to talk about disparities in health care. >>BOONE: Yes.>>KOPELOW: And I read in the commission to end health care disparities it had four objectives for the period ending in 2011. And the first one was to promote leadership development, to educate current physicians and physicians in training on…

Healthy Immigrant Paradox & Sounds of Cultura (SOC) & Chapito Chavarria Celebration

>>>Good evening, I’m Jose Cardenas. An ASU conference focusing on the issues affecting the health of immigrants and minority populations. Plus, in “Sounds of Cultura,” S-O-C, the sounds of the Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company. We’ll talk about the centennial celebration taking place in the Valley for musician Chapito Chavarria. All of this coming up next…

Culture and Race in Global Health Research | Collins Airhihenbuwa

(Hilary) So we’re thrilled to have Dr. Collins Airhihenbuwa here with us today to talk about culture and race in the context of global health research. I’m gonna give a little bit more of an introduction but before I do that I wanted to mention that we will have a reception after the lecture downstairs…

The Newport Health Equity Zone Creativity Lab: Envision Newport

My name is Jessica Walsh. I’m the Director of Prevention at the Women’s Resource Center in Newport. We are the backbone agency for the health equity zone project here in Newport. So, the Women’s Resource Centers’ primary focus is around preventing domestic violence in our community. Domestic violence of actually public health concern. There are…

Blue Promise: The Synergy Between Value-Based Care and Health Equity (Part 1)

DAN: Equal care and equitable care are two very different things. But do you actually know the difference? Join us for this episode of blue promise as we learn about true health equity. Music DAN: Thanks for tuning in I’m Dr. Dan McCoy. I’m the president of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. I’m here…

Blue Promise: The Synergy Between Value-Based Care and Health Equity (Part 2)

DAN: As the healthcare industry continues to evolve two hot topics are seeing some natural overlap. I’m talking about the concepts of health equity and value based care. Tune into this episode of Blue Promise to learn how each of them are becoming key drivers toward population health management. Music DAN: Thanks for joining us.…

How economic inequality harms societies | Richard Wilkinson

You all know the truth of what I’m going to say. I think the intuition that inequality is divisive and socially corrosive has been around since before the French Revolution. What’s changed is we now can look at the evidence, we can compare societies, more and less equal societies, and see what inequality does. I’m…

Student fakes being black to get into college

>>>WHEN IT COMES TO COLLEGE ADMISSIONS HOW MUCH OF A ROLE SHOULD RACE PLAY? THAT QUESTION BACK IT’S IN NEWS THIS WEEK. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HARVARD UNIVERSITY’S HISTORY, THE MAJORITY OF STUDENTS ACCEPTED INTO THE INCOMING FRESHMAN CLASS IDENTIFY AS NONWHITE. 58.8% TO BE PRECISE. BUT AT THE SAME TIME CAME NEWS THAT…

Locked Up and Forgotten: India’s Mental Health Crisis

and telekinetic muy loca recipe van de Havana the doctor can do anything to the woman and no questions asked I started asking him whatever giving me tablets for what is this medicine for I was not sick but I was being made sick every week people from across India flock to Tally’s cow a…

Mental Illness and Psychiatry in Russia: Diagnosis, Management, Treatment, History

there critical idea that they did that holds the position very close in the early nineties but even at that time materialistic there was no such thing as a star it maintains the consent of people to defeat of the brain iran has taken on the founder of the russian school of physiology and make…