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Medical Mistrust and Distrust: Past and Present - Shared screen with speaker view
Carole Treston
Welcome everyone- so good to see you and to see such interest in this topic- we are thrilled to share the insights of the speakers & panelists. Please use Q & A throughout the session- I’ll be monitoring it.
Carole Treston
Yes- link to recording & powerpoint PDF will be sent to all registrants & available on our websites too.
Michelle Troxell
that is awful, thank you for sharing this education.
Carole Treston
Yes- crushing & she passed away a few days later.
Alanna Bergman
Thank you so much for the comprehensive history! So reductive to continually focus only on Tuskegee as the root cause of medical mistrust. It excuses an entire history of violent research and human rights violations and gives a pass to institutions for current inequities in care and research
Amir Sadeghi
Dr. Olge, that was a breathtaking, incredible presentation. Thank you.
Amir Sadeghi
Ogle* apologies
Lucy Vega
Great information Thank you !
Amir Sadeghi
But why lean on whether a provider is a member of a particular medical society, association, or organization that offers that kind of training? Many providers may miss those trainings, may not be a member, or may entirely avoid those trainings. Why would we not require this kind of cultural competency training as continuing education, tie it to certification?
Ace Robinson (He/El) | NMAC
Great article in from TheBody today re: Systemic Racism in HIV care
Ace Robinson (He/El) | NMAC
Ace Robinson (He/El) | NMAC
I will have to leave. Thank you organizers for making space for this discussion. My email for follow-up discussion is:
Ace Robinson (He/El) | NMAC
Amir Sadeghi
A study from CDC estimates that slightly over a fifth of all HIV diagnoses in the United States are among young people aged 13 to 24, and that youth represent the group least likely to be retained in care. Another NY study published by ACS found 40% of homeless youth in New York City identified as LGBTQ, and that 42% of homeless youth had been in foster care. One third of young people in foster care in New York City identified as LGBTQ. Young people who have been displaced from their homes because of sexual or gender discrimination, abuse, poverty, drug use, or affected by the “school-to-prison” pipeline cannot be reached by the New York State Education Department and therefore may not receive comprehensive sexual health care or sexual health literacy programming. We need comprehensive sexual and reproductive care for all youth in out-of-home care, in state custody, and in juvenile detention.
Amir Sadeghi
norma rolfsen
Amir Sadeghi
The medical and hospital associations prioritized getting immunity for their executives at the height of the pandemic rather than taking a stand on prioritizing the most vulnerable, including our incarcerated population
Amir Sadeghi
Thank you so much Michelle and Sheldon
norma rolfsen
Thank you for a great presentation, and would like to keep having the discussion ongoing
Lucy Vega
Thank you all great information !!
Sha McCoy
Thank you all!! This was amazing and very insightful.