The Partners for Advancing Health Equity (P4HE) Resource Library is a virtual portal containing action-oriented health equity research, practice, and policies. The library aims to increase equity in health by offering free access to field-tested, evidence-informed and evidence-based programs strategies and high-quality research.
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- This podcast is produced from a recent Partners for Advancing Health Equity webinar, held November 2023. Moderated by our podcast host, Caryn Bell, she and guests discuss how recognition of structural racism, sexism, and other structural marginalization are the root causes of health inequities. However, it is not enough. Efforts to make changes on the structural level require shifts in power that…November 2023Policy and Practice, Social/Structural Determinants
- In this episode, Diverse host David Pluviose welcomes two distinguished guests, Dr. Alonzo Plough and Dr. Thomas LaVeist. Plough is vice president of Research-Evaluation-Learning and chief science officer for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. LaVeist is dean of the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at Tulane University and chair-elect of the Association of Schools and Programs of…September 2023Policy and Practice
- In this P4HE podcast episode, we talk with Colin Killick, Executive Director of Disability Policy Consortium, about how and why the disability community has been largely left out of the health equity conversation. We cover what health equity should look like for people with disabilities and the Social Model of Disability, its definition of disability, and how this impacts advocacy and policy…July 2023Advocacy, Social/Structural Determinants
- In this episode, we speak to Dr. Harold “Woody” Neighbors, Senior Advisor for public health research and Research Professor with Tulane’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, about his life experiences that led him to study the intersection of socio-political determinants and behavioral response in producing racial disparities in disease. We discuss several aspects of his work,…June 2023Mental/Behavioral Health, Policy and Practice, Social/Structural Determinants
- Black Americans and other people of color tend to live sicker and die younger than white Americans. Why is this happening? The Skin You’re In Podcast investigates this disturbing phenomenon. We talk to leading health experts about the issues and potential solutions, and we hear from individuals about their firsthand experiences of injustice and its effects on their lives and their communities.…May 2023Illness/Disease/Injury/Wellbeing, Social/Structural Determinants
- The skin you're in: "The Hispanic epidemiological paradox", a study of aging and health: Kyriakos Markides Ph.DIn this episode, we speak with Kyriakos (Kokos) Markides, PhD, the Annie and John Gnitzinger Distinguished Professor of Aging and Professor at the School of Public and Population Health at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, and Editor of the Journal of Aging and Health. We discuss his immigration to the United States from Cyprus as a child, and how his life journey led him to…May 2023Aging and Life Course
- In this episode we speak with Louis Sullivan, M.D., former Secretary of Health and Human Services under President George H.W. Bush, and the founding dean and director of the School of Medicine at Morehouse College. We discuss defining moments in his life and how they influenced his pursuit of a career in medicine, his establishment of institutions to improve opportunities for historically…May 2023Policy and Practice
- Helping someone less fortunate feels good, right? But when people from rich countries show up in low- and middle-income countries dispensing goodwill and largesse, their efforts may, at best, be too little and, at worst, could do harm. Dr. Kirk Scirto, a family practice physician in Buffalo, New York, has devoted more than two decades to trying to help others through global health promotion and…February 2023Interventions, Global Health
- In this episode of the series, Pathways to Health Equity, we speak with Dr. Paula Braveman, Professor of Family and Community Medicine and Founding Director of the Center for Health Equity at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), about her life experiences and their influence on her path in the field as well as her thoughts on the past, present, and future state of health equity.…August 2022Systemic Determinants
- In this episode of the series, Pathways to Health Equity, we speak with Dr. Sherman James, the Susan B. King Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Public Policy in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, about growing up in the Deep South, firsthand experiences during the civil rights movement, and other circumstances that put him on the path of health justice, establishing him as a…July 2022Community-rooted/Participatory Research, Environmental Injustice