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Stakeholder Health

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Stakeholder Health

Dora Barilla and Gary Gunderson

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Stakeholder Health is a movement of people in health care systems and others who cross the sidewalks around their hospitals to share in the life and well-being of their communities. Next Gen Community Health. Hosts Dora Barilla and Gary Gunderson. www.stakeholderhealth.org
 
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Global Caveat

Diana Klatt & Susanna Park

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Global Caveat is the podcast that explores the vast field of global health. Global health scientists Diana Klatt and Susanna Park discuss topics, such as research and fieldwork, with each other and guests to examine the connection between health and the sciences and how we have to work together for health, humanity, and the earth. Episodes are not endorsements for organizations discussed on the show. Music by Hawt Coco. Produced by Global Caveat, Inc.
 
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Now that a new Workforce and Innovation Talent Center (or WITC) has opened in the Hill District community of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, host Melissa Eagan speaks with some of those who will make change real, moving forward. Hear from the WITC manager, Sean Ware, a communications and marketing intern already onsite named Julian McGee, and Brett Worms…
 
Melissa speaks with John White, Senior Advisor, Workforce Initiatives for CVS Health, and Vincent Campbell, Senior Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church about the WITC launching in Pittsburgh’s historic Hill District, where the average income is currently between $14,000 and $17,000 a year. As Pastor Campbell says, “If there's a thousand people who nee…
 
Melissa speaks with Joel Helle, Vice President of Physician Services about the feasibility of reaching the CDC’s goal of decreasing HIV infections 90% by 2030. She speaks to Marco Benjamin, National Liaison, HIV/Sexual Health at CVS Health, and Jen Laws, a CDC HIV Ambassador and public health policy consultant, who are both HIV positive and working…
 
We speak with Stephen Fontz, CVS District Leader, as well asBishop Donte Hickman from the South Baptist Church, which has stood firm against what he calls, “the suburban flight and the urban blight.” He’s been dealing with vaccination hesitancy in his own special way. By way of example, we also hear from one of Pastor Hickman’s congregants, Sonia S…
 
In this episode, we explore how to incorporate sustainable low waste activities into your daily lives. What does it mean to be plastic free? What are steps you can take to create lower impact? Tune in today to learn more about the sister duo, Lin and Toni Sappong, behind Plastic Free Toronto, and their work! Guest: Lin and Toni Sappong Hosts: Susan…
 
In this episode, we discuss forensic nursing, neurological responses to trauma, and sexual assault nursing. What happens when we experience traumas? What is the process for sexual assault examination? And how can we help people we care about through this process? Tune in today to learn more about Leah Helmbrecht and what it's like to be a SANE nurs…
 
In this episode, we venture into the outdoors and equity. What does it look like to work with minoritized communities, connect with the outdoors, and redistribute power? How can we use the outdoors to build leadership that is equitable and justice-oriented? Tune in today to learn more about CJ and his work! Guest: CJ Goulding (co.goulding.jr@gmail.…
 
In this episode of Healthy Communities News, we speak in even greater detail with Randy Phelps, as well as Dr. Jonathan Wiesen, a pulmonary physician and critical care specialist who runs COVID-19 emergency rooms. And psychiatrist Dr. Laura Ebner, who had already been volunteering for Give an Hour for years, but couldn’t resist helping these new, o…
 
We talked with Dr. Traci Carson a year ago, as our first guest, discussing the female athlete triad and her research. Today, we catch up with Dr. Carson to learn about life as a new PhD and how COVID-19 has impacted the health and wellbeing of female athletes. We also discuss how COVID-19 has impacted our relationships with food and exercise and ho…
 
People of color represent more than 25 percent of the total U.S. population, but only 10 percent of the country’s health care professionals. A new scholarship funded by the CVS Health Foundation and managed by the United Negro College Fund, Inc. (UNCF) hopes to improve that balance. Healthy Communities News spoke to those who helped launch the effo…
 
Humans and the Earth are so intertwined. Whatever happens to nature will inevitably affect us and we see it happening with each passing day as climates change. So what can we do to create a healthy relationship with nature that promotes regeneration? Permaculture. Permaculture is an approach to land management that uses natural ecosystems and borro…
 
With two COVID-19 vaccines now authorized by the FDA for emergency use, we’ve stepped up to help administer vaccinations across the country. So, for our first 2021 podcast, we’re taking you behind-the-scenes with Dr. Jocelyn Shrum, one of the CVS pharmacists responsible for training people across the country who make it all work. We speak with her …
 
As more people get the vaccine for COVID-19, conversations are happening in all sorts of spaces. Is it safe? Who can get it? How do we talk to those who are hesitant? Did you know some European countries actually tend to be more resistant to vaccines compared to other countries? In this episode, Dr. Abram Wagner talks about vaccine hesitancy and wh…
 
As we look back on 2020, we’ll take you from Atlanta’s Westside, where its civil rights history still inspires today’s movements; to Boston, where a gutsy nonprofit that’s been using food as medicine for 30 years has reinvented itself in the face of the coronavirus. As well as Miami-Dade County where Branches is equipping students in new ways to ke…
 
What is the relationship between the brain and the body? ... and burgers? In this episode, we talk with Dani Beck, a neuroscience PhD Researcher, about his research about how cardiovascular factors may impact brain age, how neuroscience and brain health intersects with public health, and the implications of getting an In-N-Out burger. Guest: Dani B…
 
How has COVID-19 impacted our ability to participate in our daily activities? How do health equity and systemic racism affect access to care and our occupations? In this episode, we talk with Dr. Khalilah Johnson about how occupational science is integral for our daily lives, how to access quality occupational therapy for your needs, and the import…
 
There are many ways that we can spark social change; one of the most impactful ways to do this is to see, experience, and learn the perspectives of others. In this episode, we speak with Jalena Keane-Lee, a social justice documentary filmmaker and community activist, about her most recent work with addressing issues of indigenous land rights in Mau…
 
The coronavirus has touched all of our lives in one way or another. Children, in particular, are in an ongoing state of flux. Many classes in schools and colleges across the country have been upended. We did find an oasis in South Florida where an organization called Branches has been working diligently for over 25 years to serve the neighborhood’s…
 
How does the COVID-19 pandemic affect people battling substance use disorders and why should we care? In this episode, we talk with Dr. Beth Linas about how substance use intersects with infectious diseases and about the impact of COVID-19 on health resources and services. Guest: Dr. Beth Linas, PhD MHS Hosts: Diana Klatt, Susanna Park Music: Hawt …
 
Community Servings in Boston, Massachusetts, started in 1990 as a program to feed a small group of AIDS patients suffering from malnutrition. It has turned into a community hub that provides thousands of medically tailored meals each month, job training, and so much more. The COVID-19 pandemic has not slowed their work. In fact, it’s increased dema…
 
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which is more important now than ever before. Recent national unemployment rates for individuals with disabilities is more than double that of abled people, so we thought it was a perfect opportunity to highlight ways people with untapped talents can thrive — even in…
 
In the podcast, we explore these topics even more deeply with Breanna Lathrop. We also caught up with Dr. Bill Warren, the visionary who founded Good Samaritan some 21-and-a-half years ago. John Ahmann is the president of the Westside Future Fund and an Atlanta native who brings an historical perspective to the discussion before closing the loop wi…
 
New Orleans is no stranger to adversity, and relies on its deep community roots to unite residents as they band together to respond to the pandemic. In this month’s podcast episode, we spoke to Danielle Taylor, a CVS Pharmacy District Leader and both of her parents, Jessie and Thais Ardouin, who were hospitalized at the same time with COVID-19. We …
 
Phillip Summers began working in community development in 2001, teaching health and physical education in Belize. He holds a Master of Public Health from UNC-Chapel Hill. Phillip is interested in social justice, racial reconciliation, and active living by design. He has more than 30 co-authored publications from community-based participatory resear…
 
Phillip Summers began working in community development in 2001, teaching health and physical education in Belize. He holds a Master of Public Health from UNC-Chapel Hill. Phillip is interested in social justice, racial reconciliation, and active living by design. He has more than 30 co-authored publications from community-based participatory resear…
 
COVID-19, The Center Holds! Gary Gunderson talks with Lauren Gunderson and Dr. Kimberlydawn Wisdom, MD. Kimberlydawn is Senior Vice President of Community Health & Equity, and Chief Wellness & Diversity Officer at Henry Ford Health System. She also served as Michigan's First Surgeon General. Lauren Gunderson is a playwright, screenwriter and short …
 
COVID-19, The Center Holds! Gary Gunderson talks with Lauren Gunderson and Dr. Soma Stout. Soma, a primary care internist and pediatrician, is a Vice President at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and serves as Executive Lead of 100 Million Healthier Lives. Lauren Gunderson is a playwright, screenwriter and short story author. For two …
 
Gary Gunderson talks with Leah McCall Devlin and Lauren Gunderson. Lauren Gunderson is a playwright, screenwriter and short story author. For two of the last three years she has also been the most produced playwright in America. She also happens to be Gary's daughter. Leah is a Professor of the Practice at the UNC-Chapel Hill Gillings School of Glo…
 
What is the 2020 Census and why should you participate? The Census is essentially a headcount of everyone in the United States. It determines how the national and local governments can allocate funds and programs for the next ten years! On this episode, Joie Ha, a Partnership Specialist for the 2020 Census, tells us why it is important for EVERYONE…
 
Gary Gunderson talks with Scott Burris and Lauren Gunderson. Scott is a Professor of Law at Temple Law School, where he directs the Center for Public Health Law Research. He is also a Professor in Temple’s School of Public Health. Lauren is a playwright, screenwriter and short story author. For two of the last three years she has also been the most…
 
Lauren Gunderson is a playwright, screenwriter and short story author from Atlanta, GA. She received her BA in English/Creative Writing at Emory University, and her MFA in Dramatic Writing at NYU Tisch, where she was also a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship. She was named the most produced playwright in America by American Theatre Magazine…
 
Working in communities can be challenging depending on your identity, skills, and population. For Zuleka, she faced various challenges working straight out of college in Boston in violence prevention. She also advocated for destigmatizing Ebola during the crisis and did education work in rural Liberia. Tune in to hear us discuss the nuances of comm…
 
Did you know that improving women's health and access to healthcare can positively impact an entire community? But, unfortunately, high quality of care is not universal. Things like fistula, access to basic needs, and education are still lacking in many parts of the world. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Iftikher Mahmood, founder of the HOPE Foun…
 
You can be young, look and feel healthy and still be at risk for a heart attack or stroke. Surprised? Healthy Communities News spoke with Dr. Mosca, a volunteer medical expert with the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, to get a better of understanding of women’s heart health. We also sat down with Jenny Petz and Nicole Murray,…
 
Did you know that in 2017, 1 in 7 people ages 18 to 25 battled substance abuse? People of all ages, socioeconomic status, and ethnicities can be affected. This is one of the reasons why it can be challenging for public health professionals to tackle the issue. In this episode, Brooke Wiles breaks down for us how taking a public health approach mean…
 
To really know what a community needs, you have to live there. Talk with your neighbors over the back fence. See the issues with your own eyes. That’s what makes the Live Healthy Little Havana program a success. Neighborhood residents, working as community liaisons, are at the heart of the work to improve life for those in the community. And everyo…
 
Many of us probably know someone who has been affected by cancer in some way. For Rukia Henry, her personal experiences played a significant role in her decision to go into cancer research. In this episode, she explains the basics: What are the different types of breast cancer? Who can get breast cancer? What are the different stages of cancer? We …
 
Have you ever thought about where your food comes from? What about the role that it plays in the larger food system? Did you know that there’s enough food to feed everyone on Earth, but most of it actually ends up in the Global North? In this episode, Christian Tandazo (@delatierrasoy) breaks down what it means to decolonize food systems by empower…
 
Workforce training that takes a single mom of five from homeless to hopeful in Cleveland. Students debating how to go tobacco-free on a Philadelphia campus. These are two of the exciting stories we’ve covered this past year on our Healthy Communities News podcast. And now you can sample them all on our year-end episode. Whether it’s been about fait…
 
As you can probably imagine, ethics in any subject can get very complicated. In this episode, Professor Daniel Goldberg tells us how public health ethics is different from healthcare ethics. What makes a policy or intervention ethically optimal? What evidence exists on structural violence and institutional racism? How powerful are narratives in sha…
 
In Nashville, Tennessee, there’s a low-slung brick building nestled among fast food shops and a gas station on Clarksville Pike. It’s proudly painted red, white, and blue – a comfortable, well-worn spot that’s become a cultural hub for generations of African-American customers. And now, patrons of the barbershop can get more than a shave and a hair…
 
Dr. Maria Hernandez, PhD, is President and COO, Impact4Health and is principal researcher on the Inclusive Leader 360, Inclusion Scorecard for Population Health. Leading Alameda County’s first Pay for Success Asthma Initiative. She serves on the Board of Trustees at Alameda Health System—one of the California’s largest public healthcare systems. Sh…
 
There are so many ways of living in this world and having multiple identities can often lead to a lot of confusion. In this episode, Psychotherapist Dr. Esther Park talks about some of the common struggles that people of color, particularly Asian Americans, may experience throughout their lifetime. We talk about the difficulties of being an immigra…
 
Stem cells! They’re great, right? There’s so much promise for what they can do to improve the health of people. But what is this about bones growing in your face? Or how they can even potentially kill you? In this episode, Stem Researcher Naomi Koh Belic breaks down the realities of stem cell therapies. While there is undoubtedly so much hope and e…
 
We often feel so small and inadequate to make a difference. But the reality is, even the smallest acts can have the biggest impacts. On this episode, we talk with Belinda Chiu, a grassroots beast, about how you can enact change by working with people who are also passionate about health and saving the planet. We also talk about sustainability, enga…
 
Medical services are only part of staying healthy. Your community plays an even larger role: whether you have access to safe streets and fresh food, whether you can breathe clean air and drink untainted water, whether you can find places to exercise and socialize. These “social determinants of health” are critical to the well-being of communities a…
 
Did you know that roughly 1/3 of people are genetically predisposed to being happier than others? You may have heard of the science of happiness and seen things on social media about popular science positive psychology, but where does the basis of this come from and is it really just the science of happiness? On this episode, we explore the differe…
 
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