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Health Equity and Research in Practice: A Virtual Convening Session #1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Heidi Christman
43:53
www.pcori.org/2021-opportunies
Carrie Baker
01:00:23
Denese, I love the modules for laypeople to learn research language/science fundamentals. Is there a bidirectional effort for scientists/researchers to learn the language of community members through appreciative inquiry, motivational interviewing, building trust, understanding cultural/social/racial equity? The efforts PCORI is doing to bridge the gap between science and applicability is wonderful.
Diane Mastnardo
01:01:48
Great question Carrie! Are community members able to apply for an engagement award to help address this effort?
Carrie Baker
01:03:47
Diane, as an awardee, we would be VERY interested in helping you, or any stakeholder on this webinar, apply to PCORI!
Diane Mastnardo
01:04:01
Thank you!
Chris Klolth (he, him. his)
01:04:26
I love seeing appreciative inquiry cited. I have found it very valuable in working with multicultural communities on healthcare issuers.
tom scheid
01:05:04
Denese did a great job of describing PCORI Ambassador program and where to find the online resources to learn how to get involved. If anyone wants to talk with an Ohio Ambassador, just give me an email and I will either talk with you myself or will connect you with one of the other Ohio Ambassadors. tdscheid@gmail.com
Carrie Baker
01:05:46
OH!
Georgia Brown
01:05:59
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Caroline Carter
01:06:49
Al - You are representing OH well:) Thank you!
Kathleen Clark
01:06:49
Go Bucks and Go Social Work11
Heidi Christman
01:07:14
We'll have you back when we can convene in person!
Caroline Carter
01:08:09
Let’s hear it for all the Social Workers. Yay!
PORTIA ZAIRE
01:14:32
access and resources availability across communities
Peter DiPiazza
01:14:46
Appropriate care is provided consistently regardless of an individual's circumstances.
Heidi Christman
01:14:57
Meeting people where they are
Kim Hulsey
01:14:57
Access and breaking down barriers.
Saundra Cunningham
01:15:02
Access to insurance for healthcare governance
Kathleen Clark
01:15:05
Pursuit of access to quality and appropriate care of all people.
Dustin Mets
01:15:07
outcomes should not be determined by zip code
Caroline Carter
01:15:12
Sadly inequity comes to mind. Lack of access, lack of equal treatment, perceptions etc
James Alexander
01:15:15
Quality care
Diane Mastnardo
01:15:24
Defining health equity? Access to whole person care - Inegrative health like massage therapy to develop body literacy
Mary Mutegi
01:15:25
Fair treatment and access for all.
Carrie Baker
01:16:28
inclusivity, diversity, access across all spectrums of life age, ability, culture, race, gender, language
PORTIA ZAIRE
01:22:49
everyone has what they need that is fit for them- top
Saundra Cunningham
01:22:52
Opportunity for everyone slide 1
Heidi Christman
01:22:53
Everyone gets the same bike regardless of their needs
Diane Mastnardo
01:22:56
Its all the same, not accounting for needs
Peter DiPiazza
01:22:59
The equipment is the same regardless of the individuals ability
Caroline Carter
01:23:00
Everyone has the same - which may not be what they need
Florian Kete
01:23:04
Same but unequal
Kim Hulsey
01:23:08
Falling short of ensuring access for all.
PORTIA ZAIRE
01:23:09
bottom- wheelchair person was given bike they could not ride
Saundra Cunningham
01:23:11
All needs are not met
Diane Mastnardo
01:25:31
I often wonder if we change the language from Health Disparities to opportunities for Health Access through community opportunities? Working with youth participatory action research (YPAR), this is a discussion that often comes up with the youth.
Sarah Durfee
01:27:25
Love this illustration and explanation
Saundra Cunningham
01:28:43
I think disparity is appropriate because access/opportunities are available but there are many underlying factors that create the disparity
Diane Mastnardo
01:35:38
I agree that it is the underlying factors that create the disparity. What we have found is the communities often have answers if given the structure to address the underlying factors for their communities. Al's example of the bike and iceberg is a great explaination.
Carrie Baker
01:38:18
Shout out to our HUB Community Health Workers who asked a great question around vaccine/trust at our last HUB monthly meeting: do the vaccines contain animal products/byproducts? We have learned that the answer is no. We don't know, never will, if that was a consideration during the R&D of these vaccines but thank goodness it doesn't because for large populations if the vaccine did, getting vaccinated would've been a complete non-starter.
James Alexander
01:43:09
What does naming "Racism" as a public health crisis actually mean?
PORTIA ZAIRE
01:46:00
or thinking about how perpetual systemic racism impacts mental health, chronic diseases, etc.
Caroline Carter
01:46:18
Regarding using People of Color or Black or African American - can require a level of vulnerability or discomfort. Getting comfortable asking the question is required. Being genuinely curious and authentic is necessary. Seek understanding.
tom scheid
01:46:26
Al, I really liked your examples of business rules that are needed if you are to have an authentic partnership. Wondering if you have a specific example or two that you could share on how to start the transformative experience conversation within an organization.
Diane Mastnardo
01:46:27
Great point Amanda! There is a great book that addresses what you are speaking to about "My GrandMother's Hands" by Resmaa Menakem
Amanda Fronk
01:47:00
Thank you! I will look that book up!
Dustin Mets
01:49:09
Indeed. We are all interconnected. Individual vs. social responsibility.
Mary Mutegi
01:51:06
I am from Africa and I am glad you highlight the global inequality.
Caroline Carter
01:51:39
Discomfort = Growth. Questions test our own assumptions and lead to clarity and transparency.
Caroline Carter
01:55:58
Exactly! We make so many assumptions based on our lived experience
Caroline Carter
01:57:05
Some people have limited minutes on phones. We have a lot of work to do:) So glad we care enough to make change:)
Florian Kete
01:57:27
We know that employer's employment costs are impacted by the communities where they are located. So, it would be great to depict the cost of health disparities associated with racism and the impact on employers and communities in Columbus as well as next, concrete/action steps to positively address.
Al Richmond
01:59:01
Shout out to Central State and Wilberforce in Ohio. HBCUs in the Buckeye state.
Peter John Augustinos
02:01:42
I work at a payor org and would love to connect to discuss more in depth about how to approach that
PORTIA ZAIRE
02:02:02
my son is a freshman at CSU
Al Richmond
02:02:50
Al.richmond@ccphealth.org
Al Richmond
02:03:06
find out more about CCPH ccphealth.org
Al Richmond
02:03:20
Go Bucks!
Chris Klolth (he, him. his)
02:08:42
Thank you, Al. Great presentation. From my perspective, these principles and perspectives apply to all community work, not just health equity.
Al Richmond
02:10:01
Chris you are right
Al Richmond
02:11:27
https://www.apha.org/news-and-media/news-releases/apha-news-releases/2019/racism-book
Heidi Christman
02:13:09
www.hcgc.org
Heidi Christman
02:13:21
carrie@hcgc.org
Heidi Christman
02:13:27
heidi@hcgc.org
Robert Langlois
02:13:59
Thank you! Great presentation
Caroline Carter
02:14:06
Great information. Thank you for your contribution and participation
Amanda Fronk
02:14:21
Thank you! Wonderful presentation!