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The Health Disparities Podcast, From Movement is Life. Conversations about health disparities with people working to eliminate them.
This podcast highlights disparities evidenced in common chronic conditions featured in the “vicious cycle” (e.g. diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic pain, mental health) and musculoskeletal/arthritis conditions, with emphasis on disparities and how social determinants of health impact these conditions and their management.
Most Recent Episodes
Social determinants of health, the life circumstances in which we are born, educated, work and play, are powerful drivers of as much as 90% of our health status. Lasker Foundation President Dr Claire Pomeroy discusses ways that race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, the safety of our neighborhoods, having good access to food, and feeling part of a community all combine to impact health.» listen now
Nobody can ignore the COVID-19 pandemic. But will some communities be hit harder than others? What are the implications for people with diabetes and obesity? Will everyone be able to access care if they need it?» listen now
Fatima Cody Stanford, MD, MPH, MPA, FAAP, FACP, FTOS is an obesity medicine physician scientist, educator, and policy maker at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She is a national and international sought-after expert in obesity medicine who bridges the intersection of medicine, public health, policy, and disparities.» listen now
Fixing the incredible dysfunction of the healthcare system has been a career guiding light for Adrienne White-Faines, MPA, FACHE. Since electing to stay on the policy and strategy side of healthcare, she has held leadership roles with the American Cancer Society, the Primary Care Collaborative, and most recently as CEO of the American Osteopathic Association.» listen now
Known by most as simply “Father Greg”, Father Gregory Boyle founded Homeboy Industries, Inc. in Los Angeles to provide pathways out of violence through education, employment and community support.» listen now
This year’s Vanguard Award winner is Dr. Patricia McManus, founder of the Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin (BHCW).» listen now
Orthopedic surgeon Tamara Huff, MD was inspired by her mothers’ interest in carpentry (and her power tool collection) to take her medical career path, ultimately leading to the operating room.» listen now
Although fee-for-service payments may encourage volume without rewarding quality, bundled payments may incentivize providers to avoid patients more prone to complications...» listen now
7. The National Black Nurses Association (NBNA): Professional development leadership and supporting minority inclusion in health research.
9. Primary care, private practice: A dedicated physician tackles zip code related health disparities.
10. Going beyond disparities and competency: why we need to focus on achieving health equity and cultural proficiency.
11. NBNA’s 50th Anniversary vision: Getting patients engaged in their own health by moving away from the illness model.
15. Access deserts, Magnet designation, and comorbidity management centers in Boston. Featuring Sasha Dubois.
16. Nurses have always understood the social determinants of health. Now the world is catching up. Featuring Deborah Coplin-Hall.
17. How risk adjustment payments could help complex conditions in rural areas. Featuring Tammy Huff.
18. What if your father struggles with arthritis – and you are a physician? Featuring Michael Parks.
20. Advocating for physical activity at the National Association of Orthopedic Nurses. Featuring Doreen Johnson.
21. The increasing role of nurse practitioners in reducing health disparities. Featuring Mary Behrens.
25. How surgeons can improve success rates and reduce disparities by incorporating broader education. Featuring Tamara Huff, MD.
26. Vanguard Award winner describes her work to address racial health disparities in Wisconsin. Featuring Dr. Patricia McManus
27. Addressing gang violence can teach us much about public health and inclusiveness. Featuring Father Gregory Boyle.
28. To avoid racial bias, technology-based solutions need diverse voices at each stage of development. Featuring Adrienne White-Faines.
29. Weight bias. Obesity specialist Fatima Cody Stanford, MD, discusses what’s behind the most common form of bias in the US, how that bias causes stress, and the role of stress in obesity.