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Epidemiology Counts from the Society for Epidemiologic Research, a podcast that gives you up to date information on the state of health research straight from researchers who are deeply involved with this work.
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The field of public health is so broad! In this episode, we are connecting it to social work and more specifically, grant writing to demonstrate how we can have a greater impact in the field of public health. Grant writer and founder of the Bell Tower Group, LaKeesha Morris-Moreau joins us to share about her public service work and how she brings v…
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The area of land affected by wildfires has increased annually at a more rapid pace than the actual number of wildfires. With climate change comes an increase in seasonal conditions that support wildfires, such as warmer springs and longer dry seasons. Wildfires have any immediately tangible consequences. Smoke may warrant school closures and warnin…
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On Public Health Epidemiology Conversations, we welcome back one of our guests from 2017, Dr. Juanita Braxton. She joins us to discuss how she is able to serve her community by providing public health education to faith-based organizations. Tuning in, you’ll hear all about Dr. Braxton and Dr. Huntley’s relationship, their conversation back in episo…
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Did you know that cervical cancer is almost entirely preventable with proper vaccination, regular screenings, pap smears, and HPV testing? Yet, so many women across the US are still being diagnosed with cervical cancer. Join Dr. Huntley on the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations podcast, as she delves into the topic of cervical health and wome…
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If you work in public health, you’ve probably had to explain an industry term to the general public on more than one occasion. How often should we be doing this? How can we ensure that the information we’re conveying is understood by the broader community? Join Dr. Huntley as she explores the intersection of public health, communication, and commun…
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You might think that the question ‘What is a chicken coop?’ is pretty straightforward and if you were to ask a farmer, you’d be right. However, if you posed the same question to a truck driver, there’s a high chance the answer would be radically different from anything you anticipated. So, what does all this have to do with public health? Also, wha…
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Zuwena Plata, a member of our data team, joins us in her capacity as an important member of our data team to reveal the impact that her work has had on her personal life. After getting a sense of her professional background, Zuwena details the work she’s currently involved in before explaining how and why this work affects her personally. We discov…
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Today’s guest is working towards making healthcare accessible, intuitive, and empowering. Vanessa Guzman’s goal is to empower and mobilize healthcare organizations, their staff, and community partners to innovate and maximize value. She joins us to discuss how her company is bringing healthcare and technology together in a way that helps patients w…
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Many of us are setting goals for the year ahead. Today, we share what we’ll be focusing on in 2024, from the podcast to the work we do in our public health consulting firm. You’ll find out how we will continue to take action, build genuine relationships, innovate and disrupt, and clearly communicate our vision by engaging with and elevating voices …
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Join Dr. Huntley as she recaps the highs and lows of 2023 in this special episode of Public Health Epidemiology Conversations. As we approach the end of the year, Dr. Huntley shares key highlights and takeaways, offering insights to prepare us for 2024. She delves into some of the travel she did this year, her big takeaways from the events she host…
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The field of public health features a host of different career opportunities, and now we delve into the dynamic realm of public health through the unique perspective of a medical epidemiologist. Joining us on this episode of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations podcast is Dr. Rakhee Palekar. She is here to talk to us about her career journe…
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Do you ever get the feeling that the room is spinning all around you and you can’t seem to keep up? Sometimes the chaos is super exciting! During this episode, Dr. Huntley offers an insight into the whirlwind of hosting workshops and launching open enrollment for the upcoming Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship Expo. Join us for a few nug…
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Welcome back to Public Health Epidemiology Conversations. In this episode, we share our conversation from the November Public Health Roundtable, which also happened to align with National Diabetes Awareness Month. For this special discussion, Dr. Huntley is joined by LaShonda Richardson, founder of EMERGE LLC, an organization dedicated to public he…
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On this latest episode of the PHEC Podcast, Dr. Huntley reflects on her recent experience facilitating a workshop for tribal leaders. Sharing personal stories and key takeaways, she talks about the emerging themes of vulnerability, communication, relationship-building, and trust and how each of those themes play an important role as a community lea…
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Welcome to another riveting MITRE episode where Dr. Huntley engages in an insightful conversation with Andy Gregorowicz, Department Chief Engineer at the MITRE Corporation. Andy shares his journey, transitioning from software engineering to the world of public health, where he focuses on system interoperability and patient matching. Discover his pa…
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Dr. Huntley announces the much-anticipated Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship EXPO 2024. In this episode, she clarifies everything you need to know about the EXPO: what it is, who it is for, why it exists, as well as the changes and additions for the upcoming year. Listen closely as she shares all the essential details for anyone who is …
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There is an ongoing need to explain public health to the general public. Although it can feel frustrating at times, this provides us the opportunity to get creative in working to meet this need. Additionally, it provides us with a number of ways to demonstrate our thought leadership, build genuine relationships with people, and grow our networks. I…
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The pandemic has changed the landscape of the workforce worldwide. It accelerated the shift to remote work, giving people the ability to do their jobs from the comfort of their homes. In this team-focused episode, Laura joins Dr. Charlotte Huntley to discuss their unique experiences and perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of working re…
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Full disclaimer, this new episode is full of really sad moments and happy moments as our host, Dr. Charlotte Huntley, opens up about some personal life updates and experiences, including the recent loss of her mother and her busy travel schedule. She shares how she’s dealing and processing grief while attending to her business with the help and sup…
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The technology that makes up the system and processes in public health may be lagging behind the course of innovation compared to other industries. This is where the challenges in public health informatics come in. But what is Public Health Informatics all about? Join us in another MITRE episode where Dr. Brittani L. Harmon, the Public Health Lead …
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Choosing a career in public health can be a daunting task, especially if you are a student who doesn’t have a full grasp of what career opportunities are available for you after graduation. In this episode, Dr. Huntley recounts her recent role as a career panelist at the CDC Lewis Public Health Scholars and Ferguson Emerging Infectious Disease Fell…
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As many have noticed, there is an ongoing need to explain public health to the general public. Dr. Huntley hosts a monthly roundtable discussing a variety of public health topics. During this episode, specialists LaShonda Richardson, Andrea L. Lowe, and Ericka Horne join Dr. Charlotte Hughes Huntley to share how they answer this question. To help d…
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In this episode, Dr. Denise K. Scannell, Chief Social and Behavioral Scientist at MITRE and the force behind HIPE™ Lab, joins the conversation. Dr. Scannell shares her extensive knowledge on the dynamically evolving information ecosystem and the impact of technology and social media on public health and on the health information landscape.…
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Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating, are very common and some of the most complicated psychiatric disorders to address. It is estimated that almost 1 in 10 Americans will experience an eating disorder at some point in their lifetime. Girls and women are more likely to experience an eating disorder as are peo…
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Turning dreams into reality and using those dreams to help people is truly possible, and that's what Pierre Paul, Founder & CEO of We Hear You LLC, proves to us in this episode of the PHEC Podcast. Pierre's path from a diverse upbringing, spanning the landscapes of Guyana, South America, and the bustling streets of Ohio, United States, has shaped h…
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My guest today is LaShonda Richardson, a public health professional with a heart for health and community. She is also the founder of EMERGE Public Health and Community Development LLC (EMPHCD LLC), which is an organization dedicated to public health advocacy, education, and promotion. EMERGE’s mission is to Educate, Motivate, Empower, Restore, Gro…
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