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We are two Black women discussing health disparities that disproportionately affect Black women and Black families. We examine current and historical cases of medical injustices within the American healthcare system. And we amplify organizations and individuals working with marginalized communities to improve health outcomes.
 
A podcast from the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) that shares real stories from network members who are working to change systems and structures that impact people with disabilities. Each AUCD Network Narratives episode features a conversation about experiences at a LEND, UCEDD or IDDRC, especially highlighting emerging leaders and the voices of BIPOC disabled people and their families. We aim to energize AUCD network members to take action in their own communities. ...
 
It's a misconception that inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD, does not affect minorities. This limited series explores how the healthcare system is underserving minority and LGBTQ patients with IBD. Physicians, industry, and legislators need to understand how inequalities affect the IBD community and what needs to be done to improve patient care.
 
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Cancer Health Equity NOW

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Cancer Health Equity NOW

Office of Community Outreach and Engagement

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The Fred Hutch/University of Washington/Seattle Children's Cancer Consortium and The Office of Community Outreach and Engagement bring you community voices to share work in cancer-related research, cultural humility, personal experiences, and evidence informed practices that discuss reducing health disparities and inequities that exist in health and cancer care for our under-served communities in Washington State "We acknowledge exploited labor, racist, heterosexist, ableist, xenophobic, rel ...
 
A new podcast with unfiltered, honest conversations about structural racism in health care and what we can do about it. We bring you interviews with experts in health care who speak candidly about the historical basis of racism in health, current events, and strategies for dismantling disparities. Created by the Disparities Solutions Center (DSC) at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. https://mghdisparitiessolutions.org/ Hosted by Aswita Tan-McGrory Produced by Karey Kenst The DSC is l ...
 
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3 Black Docs

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3 Black Docs

Dr. Karen Winkfield, Dr. Zanetta Lamar, Dr. Tiffany Avery

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3 Black Docs is a weekly podcast dedicated to educating the community about health and health disparities in an approachable and entertaining way - what we call #Medutainment. “The Docs”- Dr. Karen Winkfield, Dr. Tiffany Avery, & Dr. Zanetta Lamar - use their individual experiences in clinic and in life to discuss methods of self-advocacy and create innovative solutions for community health.
 
HOOOOOOONNNNNNEEEEEYYYYY!!!!!! We are Aware Dispare! Where We are in Dispare, to help You become Aware, of what's going on out there! We like to talk about random things that are impacting us in the random moments of the day. From Chubs to Bed Bugs! You name it, we will probably talk about it! We hope you enjoy the experience of two friends, acting goofy, and having a hell of time! You're in for a wild ride Honey!
 
Psychedelics Today is the planetary leader in psychedelic education, media, and advocacy. Covering up-to-the-minute developments and diving deep into crucial topics bridging the scientific, academic, philosophical, societal, and cultural, Psychedelics Today is leading the discussion in this rapidly evolving ecosystem.
 
Through powerful local voices and expert interviews, this podcast explores how the legacy of redlining and other forms of housing discrimination have led to a lack of green spaces in some D.C. neighborhoods, and how these densely populated urban blocks can be as much as 20 degrees warmer than historically wealthier and more bucolic wards in the District. “The Climate Divide” is a podcast from Hola Cultura supported by Spotlight DC and the Fund for Investigative Journalism.
 
Healthcare Unfiltered is an honest, raw, timely podcast tackling any and all topics in healthcare that affect stakeholders. Dr. Chadi Nabhan uses his dynamic conversational skills to challenge his guests to address controversial and important topics. He also brings on world renowned experts to discuss clinical advances in medicine.
 
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Growing Old: Tales from an Urban Canopy

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Growing Old: Tales from an Urban Canopy

Tamara Power-Drutis, Colleen Echohawk, Katie Mosehauer, Lylianna Allala

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Explore Seattle's urban forest and the humans that live within it. Imagine what the Puget Sound might look like in the year 2070, if it's to become a place where both trees and humans grow old. Share in the stories and histories that have shaped the forest we live in: colonialism, assimilation boarding schools, Japanese internment, and regional restoration among them. Follow the story of Chief Seattle Club, as they turn concrete into a Medicine Garden at Eagle Village. Welcome to Growing Old.
 
Exploring the entanglements between the church and state to bring Christians back to the mantra of No King but Christ. Episodes about Philosophy, Anarchism, Politics, Economics, and interviewing interesting guests. Support this podcast: https://app.redcircle.com/shows/b406e038-6c02-4ee1-8d3c-e7ab2de790e9/exclusive-content
 
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Practicing Clinicians Exchange

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Practicing Clinicians Exchange keeps advanced practice providers up to date with timely interviews from the front lines on current advances and best practices in medicine. Many of the podcasts are available for CE/CME credit.
 
Conversations that matter to Michigan. Each weekday, host April Baer will bring you stories from people across the state—from policymakers in Lansing, to entrepreneurs in Detroit, to artists in Grand Rapids. To access full episodes and individual story segments, please visit michiganradio.org. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work.
 
Health equity issues in our country have been around for decades – largely impacting communities of color and rural areas. When it comes to economic and racial disparities in health the evidence is clear. This is more than a hot topic. Covid-19 has exposed the underbelly of how social determinants of health and racial disparities play out in our country. What we need now is to impart lasting change. Welcome to the InOn Health podcast. I’m your host Kaakpema Yelpaala, and I’m the co-founder a ...
 
Get the most up-to-minute news and information on ICD-10. Join Chuck Buck and Erica Remer, MD, FACEP, CCDS, every Tuesday as they welcome ICD10monitor contributing editors and special guests to monitor and report on the progress that all healthcare stakeholders are experiencing in their respective implementations of ICD-10. Register to attend live here: https://event.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1236510&tp_key=da0e4c0f76
 
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“The Race Cards” is an interactive resource kit and activity designed for small groups. Working to end racism so that everyone thrives requires some uncomfortable conversations to be facilitated, because too often discussions about race either stay at the surface level or happen only among audiences steeped in knowledge about sociology, history, sy…
 
In April 2020, Gov. Whitmer assembled a taskforce to target biases and barriers that have long prevented racial minorities from receiving adequate medical care; something that was made abundantly clear during the early weeks of the pandemic. The Michigan Coronavirus Task Force on Racial Disparities was called to identify and help reduce the dispari…
 
The final weeks of school holidays may not feel like much of a holiday for parents rushing around making sure kids have everything they need. And for some, the cost of back-to-school necessities like stationery and uniforms can be overwhelming, with massive disparities between what different schools require. But some schools and organisations are h…
 
If you want to keep listening, follow and subscribe to Everyone Hates Healthcare, please CLICK HERE There can only be health equality once there is health equity. This episode of Everyone Hates Healthcare is a jaw-dropping conversation with Burgess Harrison, Executive Director of the National Minority Health Association, about eliminating the healt…
 
In this episode we cover the troubling case of Jocelyn McLean, a Black woman who spent nearly a year in jail after being wrongfully charged for the death of her newborn. And we highlight Dr. Joye Carter, a distinguished Black female forensic pathologist working to address racial bias in the field of pathology and medical examiners. If you would lik…
 
In this podcast, Susan LeLacheur, DrPH, PA-C, AAHIVS discusses racial disparities in access to HIV prevention (PrEP) and strategies to close these gaps, including: Incorporating comprehensive sexual history into medical appointments and offering PrEP to all sexually active patients Increase awareness of PrEP access programs in communities of color …
 
Governor Gretchen Whitmer delivered her fifth State of the State address last night. It’s the first of her second term as governor, and her first in-person address in three years, due to COVID. It was also an opportunity to make her priorities known working with a Democratic majority in the Legislature. Today, we’re recapping what we heard from Gov…
 
Imagine having a digital pet that helps you take care of yourself. In this episode, Victor Wang, founder, and CEO of Care.Coach talks about using a digital pet avatar to coach complex patients to improve their self-care. These digital avatars use conversations to build relationships with their owners, reducing loneliness and increasing outcomes. Tu…
 
Tonight at 8:30 PM I will be joined by Alex Bernardo of The Protestant Libertarian Podcast, where we will discuss the topics of Protestantism's legacy and impact on the culture and the State, as well as Biblical Inerrancy and what how our views of the Scriptures shape our faith and politics Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/daniel-3-b…
 
The minimum wage needs to jump up almost $2.50 to match the living wage according to the Council of Trade Unions. That would take it to $23.65 an hour. The PM says the government will be discussing any annual adjustments over the next couple of weeks. Pukekohe business Your Local Coffee Roasters already pays the living wage, owner Ria Lingad is on …
 
One in five New Zealanders are experiencing Long Covid symptoms, as the virus continues to cast a long shadow over the country. New research shows as many as 300,000 New Zealanders could be battling the post viral illness. But patients and experts say there's no clear pathway to access treatment and are concerned for a health system that's already …
 
The Council of Trade Unions is calling for the minium wage to be raised almost $2.50 an hour to $23.65, to match the living wage. National's finance spokesperson Nicola Willis says the minium wage is already high enough and any further jump would fuel inflation. Economist Shamubeel Eaqub from Sense Partners joins Lisa Owen with his analysis.…
 
Coromandel Peninsula could be in for a double whammy this long weekend with nasty weather on the way and heavy travel restrictions on the popular, but badly damaged state highway 25A. Waka Kotahi is waiting on the result of a geotechnical report after massive cracks appeared on the road, which is used to getting a heap of holiday spots on the east …
 
Former All Black and Blues Super Rugby coach Leon McDonald has weighed in on the international debate about lowering tackle heights. From this season, New Zealand's community rugby players will need to tackle below the sternum. England Rugby has taken this even further, changing the rules to outlaw tackles above the waist in amateur grades. McDonal…
 
Labour shortages continue to be a challenge for businesses, with many already paying above the minimum wage. Fast food giant Restaurant Brands, which operates KFC and Pizza Hut, is advertising for drivers - promising $10 minimum per delivery and up to $40 an hour. Flynn Drummond, general manager of the Nelson entertainment complex, Action Centre, i…
 
New Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has just filled the country's biggest situation vacant. But businesses aren't finding it as easy to get staff. Some - particularly in hospitality - are having to super-size job offers to get workers. One is offering a $5000 sign-on bonus. Meanwhile Industry heavy weights told Chris Hipkins labour shortages are one o…
 
Michigan's Upper Peninsula can get buried in snow during the winter. Some simply thank Mother Nature. Others use meteorology to explain it all. But to some members of the Finnish-American community in the Hancock area, the snow is because of Heikki Lunta. Legend has it, the mystical man's dancing has the power to summon snowstorms. Hilary-Joy Virta…
 
Growing up in South Gate, California, Adrian Salguero was encouraged by his parents to seek an education. He is now a Ph.D. student at UC San Diego. Adrian shares what the transition from undergraduate education to graduate school is like, the day to day life of a Ph.D. candidate, how he uses computer science to give back, and how to balance school…
 
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