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An innovative podcast from HealthPartners about diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism that asks candid questions. Join hosts Kari Haley, MD, and Steven Jackson, MD, plus leading guest experts, as they help expand the definition of healthy communities through open dialogue and conversations.
 
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SkinnyTrees: Lift Health for All

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SkinnyTrees: Lift Health for All

Center for Health Equity Transformation at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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SkinnyTrees: Lift Health for All – is a podcast from the Simon Research Lab at the Center for Health Equity Transformation at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine hearing voices from the research and community world with a focus on health equity. Conversations and interviews will discuss the importance of achieving health equity, highlighting health disparities, and exploring innovative ways to improve health for all.
 
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InOn Health Podcast

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InOn Health Podcast

Kaakpema "KP" Yelpaala

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Health equity issues in our country have been around for decades – largely impacting communities of color and rural areas. When it comes to economic and racial disparities in health the evidence is clear. This is more than a hot topic. Covid-19 has exposed the underbelly of how social determinants of health and racial disparities play out in our country. What we need now is to impart lasting change. Welcome to the InOn Health podcast. I’m your host Kaakpema Yelpaala, and I’m the co-founder a ...
 
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Cancer Health Equity NOW

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Cancer Health Equity NOW

Office of Community Outreach and Engagement

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The Fred Hutch/Univ. of Washington's Cancer Consortium and The Office of Community Outreach and Engagement will be bringing you community voices to share, various work in cancer-related research, cultural humility, personal experiences, and evidence informed practices that discuss reducing health disparities and inequities that exist in health and cancer care for our under-served communities in Washington State "We acknowledge exploited labor, racist, heterosexist, ableist, xenophobic, relig ...
 
The path to better health lies in our DNA. Our drive to discover, care, learn and share is in our DNA. It defines who we are, just as your DNA defines you. On Season 2, we're exploring trust, authenticity and inclusivity in the era of COVID-19 – as well as climate change, evolving ICU care, health equity, why hard conversations matter, and why the rise in young adult colon cancer rates means it's time to bust the stigma (and more!). New episodes drop every week starting Aug. 23. #ListenDNA
 
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Exploring Health Equity

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Exploring Health Equity

Diana Hla and David Hla

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At the Rodham Institute, we work to alleviate health disparities in Washington, DC through a multipronged approach utilizing our position as a part of an academic medical center—George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. This podcast series examines issues of health disparities from several perspectives, bringing in the voices of doctors, academic researchers, and patients themselves. Produced and voiced by Diana Hla, a senior at Johns Hopkins University, and David ...
 
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Maternal Health Innovation

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Maternal Health Innovation

Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center

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We are the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, a network of maternal health equity experts and organizations working to make real change for women and birthing people in the U.S. Our podcast is a series of episodes connecting around culture, lifting voices and stories, exploring innovations in maternal care and discussing ways we can center equity in the way we approach our health and wellness. Learn more about us, explore our resource center and find support for all maternal hea ...
 
Thrive Spice is a mental health and social equity podcast for Asian Americans, featuring real stories of resilience, grit and joy. It's a safe space that feels like group therapy meets celebrity interview, with a healthy dose of self-care. Join us as we share the untold stories of influential AAPI leaders, activists, entrepreneurs, and creators - and ask how they have found ways to cope, survive and thrive. Our mission is to normalize conversations about mental health and promote social equi ...
 
JAMA Health Forum is a peer-reviewed, open-access JAMA Network journal focused on health policy. The journal publishes original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. The podcast highlights new articles and their authors as well as the latest news in health policy for a broad audience interested in improving health and health c ...
 
What happens when a global pandemic and unprecedented socioeconomic injustice meets real people? In this new series brought to you by Contakt World -- hosts Justin Beck, Catherine Delcin, and Deepti Pahwa talk with top researchers and trusted experts to tackle issues that matter to people and the communities globally. Issues like public health, vaccines, social and racial justice, health equity, equality, fragility, fear-mongering, insecurity, community-based care and a whole lot more than j ...
 
The Health Center News podcast series, Health Centers on the Front Lines: Fighting COVID, tells the inspiring story of the health centers that are trying to achieve equity and fairness in the historic race to vaccinate people in communities hit hardest by the pandemic. Every episode focuses on a different health center and the work to make sure that anyone, anywhere, can get the COVID-19 vaccine. Founded as part of the Civil Rights Movement, Community Health Centers bring a social justice le ...
 
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We’re proud to present HealthPartners Off the Charts: Examining the Health Equity Emergency. This innovative diversity and inclusion podcast asks candid questions about what equity means for health care. Join hosts Kari Haley, MD, and Steven Jackson, MD – plus leading guest experts – as they: Dig into social determinants of health Examine the past,…
 
For true innovation in maternal health to occur, we need to take a look at what works (and what needs improving) with maternal health in various cultures. On this episode, we discuss learning from tribal and indigenous cultures, and the programs and trainings involved. Today's guests are Heidi Christensen and Lynn Lane, Maternal Health Innovation P…
 
Vanessa Caldari founded Mujeres Ayudando Madres because she I realized that midwifery care, especially in Puerto Rico, was really for people with access to the finances and the education to have that care. She didn't want midwifery care to be a privilege, so she did something about it. Vanessa Caldari is the founder of Mujeres Ayudando Madres, a no…
 
In the Appalachian region, poverty is a huge concern. Too often, pregnant women miss appointments because they don't have the money for gas. Or they'll have a baby on Thursday and return to work on Monday because they need the paycheck. And breastfeeding can be seen as for "hillbillies" or "rednecks." For our guests today, they saw the problem and …
 
In this limited series of episodes, we have conversations with a variety of experts and community leaders in the field of maternal and child health to discuss how to advance maternal health equity.In this episode we spoke with Dr. Carolyn Sufrin who is a medical anthropologist and obstetrician/gynecologist at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She w…
 
In the pursuit of success, do we lose ourselves? As a recovering perfectionist, I spill the tea on my own personal journey going from corporate life to mom to podcaster to Lillian So, fitness entrepreneur and co-author of the new book FitCEO, and share the incredible lessons I’ve learned along the way on parenting, career and relationships. We dig …
 
Black women have twice the rate of preterm birth compared to white women, and that has persisted despite decades of research, despite differences in socioeconomic status, maternal education, access to prenatal care. When you pair or look at a Black woman and a white woman who are pregnant, the Black woman will have their baby early at twice the rat…
 
There are many actors in the drug supply and distribution system, and little is known about the share of drug expenditures going to each, making it more difficult to rein in costs. JAMA Health Forum Associate Editor, Julie Donohue, PhD, and Deputy Editor, Melinda Buntin, PhD, speak with Neeraj Sood, PhD, lead author in a JAMA Health Forum study tha…
 
Relationality is a core value among American Indian and Alaska Native (Indigenous) communities and is embedded in who they are as Indigenous people. Indigenous relationality in research involves developing and maintaining relations with the people, community, and the land. In this first part of Episode 2, Dr. Marc Emerson (Diné), assistant professo…
 
Recent data from the Kaiser Family Foundation shows the COVID-19 vaccination gap narrowing between white adults and people of color in the United States. Community Health Centers like Lowell Community Health Center in Massachusetts play a big role in closing that gap. In this episode, we talk with two staff members at Lowell about how their communi…
 
Eight years ago, when To-wen Tseng returned to work after giving birth to her first child, her right to pump at work was denied and the company refused to provide either a space or a break time to pump (lawsuit). Stevie Merino (Birthworkers of Color Collective) is a doula and lactation professional whose graduate school research focuses on Pacific …
 
Mom by day, comedian by night, Alyce Chan (@MomComNYC, @Scary Mommy) is ready to smash two glass ceilings - the one at home, and the other in the male-dominated world of comedy. Alyce is a modern-day Marvelous Ms. Maisel who entertains and uplifts thousands of moms with her stand-up comedy while offering parenting insights with deadpan humor, spot-…
 
The sad reality is that people in rural communities don't have as many resources to healthcare, and that includes adequate prenatal and maternity care. For Shaunette Howard, her biggest role is advocating for birthing people and their families so that they can get as many of the necessary resources as possible. Today's episode is hosted by Dr. Kris…
 
Modern medicine doesn't have a tonic for lovesick hearts, but an astounding number of people get heart transplantations in Nashville, TN. The path to transplantation is as much of an emotional rollercoaster as an exhibit of advances, courage and despair. Hear what it takes to make sure hearts keep beating well into the future.…
 
In this limited series of episodes, we have conversations with a variety of experts and community leaders in the field of maternal and child health to discuss how to advance maternal health equity.In this episode we spoke with Janel Hughes-Jones, a bilingual breastfeeding Peer Counselor (PC), with more than 18 years of experience working with many …
 
The ultimate goal is to live confidently and enjoy life on our terms. Let’s make sure we’re leaving on the same note. It’s a script flip: this episode isn’t morbid; it’s a sign to prioritize your values and wishes. Get comfortable with the uncomfortable.
 
According to today's guest, Dr. Rachel Caskey, "stark disparities exist whereby Black women are nearly three times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related condition compared to white women. In addition, it is estimated that the majority of deaths are actually preventable." Today, we talk about what can be done to fix these inequities and dispar…
 
This episode is a recording of NACHC's September webinar focused on the continued impact of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) on our communities and the strategies and partnerships health centers are developing and cultivating to address them head-on. The discussion featured: * Cameron Webb, MD, JD, Senior Policy Advisor for Equity,  White House…
 
In this limited series of episodes, we have conversations with a variety of experts and community leaders in the field of maternal and child health to discuss how to advance maternal health equity.In this episode we spoke with Dr. Ashish Premkumar, a maternal-fetal medicine clinician/researcher at the John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County in…
 
Chelsea Clinton, Phil, MPH, joins KP in this episode of the InOn Health podcast. Chelsea is a longtime public health advocate and the vice chair of the Clinton Foundation where she works to improve the lives and inspire emerging leaders across the United States and around the world. In addition to her Foundation work, Chelsea teaches at Columbia Un…
 
For Birth Sisters Doula Services' LaToshia Rouse, becoming a doula changed her entire life because she gets to give people exactly what she wishes she had while delivering her 4 children (including triplets). According to LaToshia, "the reward is instant. It's addictive and you get to do it again and again, and you keep hearing the stories." But un…
 
While most of us hunkered down as COVID-19 swept the U.S., these experts stepped up to examine the latest chapter of the age-old human-pathogen relationship. Dive into what fuels them, what keeps them up at night and why it’s vital to keep up the chase to neutralize SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses, such as influenza.…
 
State Medicaid programs are required to cover all drugs approved by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA), including those that have received accelerated approval from the FDA to treat serious or life-threatening illnesses such as HIV or cancer. These drugs with accelerated approval may be beneficial based on surrogate end points such as changes …
 
Rural Americans are dying of COVID-19 at more than twice the rate of their urban counterparts. On the latest episode Health Centers on the Front Lines we get an update from Mississippi and learn how health centers are fighting rampant misinformation to limit the spread of the Delta Variant and build trust in the vaccine. We also talk about how the …
 
The OCOE is back! We’re here for Season 2 of Cancer Health Equity NOW! For our season premiere, we sit down and address the issues surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of Multiple Myeloma and breakthroughs in medicine and research as we look to address the health inequities with this rare cancer. Dr. Andrew Cowan will break down the condition of…
 
Dr. Brandi Jackson, chief behavioral health officer at Howard Brown Health, and Kevin Dedner, CEO and founder of Hurdle, join KP in this episode of the InOn Health podcast. Dr. Jackson and Kevin address the structure of the mental healthcare system in the United States. They elaborate how the current system lacks effective therapeutic alliance for …
 
Climate change is the ultimate social determinant of health so let’s amplify its impact on our wellbeing and our ecosystems, and make it a variable in decision-making. We’re all neighbors on this planet: research, health and prosperity depend on action.
 
If you've ever felt the urge to escape your life and "Eat, Pray, Love" your way to a yoga ashram in India or Bali, please listen to this podcast episode instead - it will save you a lot of time, money and heartache. Lillian So, a life coach, fitness entrepreneur, and co-author of the new book FitCEO, gets personal and shares everything: her moment …
 
Dr. Veronica Gillispie-Bell joins KP in this episode of the InOn Health podcast. Veronica is the senior site lead and section head for women’s services at Ochsner Health. She is also the medical director for the Perinatal Quality Collaborative and Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review for the Louisiana Department of Health. Veronica discusses impli…
 
Clinical trials are the workhorse of research that move all types of care forward. But it’s a Herculean task to get people enrolled. Hear what needs to change as research learns from the COVID-19 sprint — and why we should be rolling up the proverbial sleeve.
 
If you feel like your anxiety and stress have intensified since COVID-19, you're not alone. Nearly half of Asian Americans have reported anxiety during the pandemic, according to a recent report by Stop AAPI Hate. This is a mini podcast episode focused on panic attacks: what they are, where they come from and what we can do about it. I'm also going…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Neil Lewis Jr., assistant professor at Cornell University, joins KP to discuss systemic and structural issues of inequity in American society and how they relate to health inequities and disparities. Neil explains how these themes correlate to behavioral science and public health communication. Neil’s pas…
 
There is no return to a pre-COVID routine. Healthcare industry is undergoing a seismic transformation amid COVID-19, and these Vanderbilt experts are at the heart of it all. Learn how amplifying teamwork, representation, and research are central to battling misinformation and saving more lives.
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Carrie Paykoç, director of the Office of eHealth Innovation in Colorado, joins KP to discuss the intersection of public policy and technology and how it works to support all Coloradans for their health and wellbeing. Before joining Colorado’s Office of eHealth Innovation, Carrie previously held various po…
 
Communities are powered by people—and the variety of lives, jobs, schedules, and skills keep cities buzzing. Providing care means healthcare has to show up for "y’all" no matter the gender identity, work schedule, or preferred language.
 
Can leaning into something you were previously ashamed of actually become your superpower? We find out when Vanessa talks to Gregory Cendana, a dancer, political strategist and entrepreneur who has been named one of Washington DC's most influential 40 under 40, about dancing for social justice. Gregory reflects upon his upbringing in a conservative…
 
Joy Lewis—senior vice president of health equity strategies at the American Hospital Association—joins KP in this episode of the InOn Health podcast. They discuss the impact of hospitals in reducing health disparities for various populations in the United States. Joy reveals the vision of the American Hospital Association, which focuses on achievin…
 
Get loud about what happens in the bathroom. You might find this awkward, but these four experts don’t because there’s a rise in young adult colon cancer. Find out why you need to be cognizant of what you flush, and explore research on the gut’s microbiome.
 
The Cancer Health Equity NOW! Season 1 Finale is here! Our staff and faculty are on deck for our finale, as we reflect on the various moments from Season 1 and check-in with your OCOE staff to discuss our favorite moments, lessons learned, and more! It has been a great ride with many positive changes along the way including the addition of new team…
 
We know that the pandemic caused millions of people to lose their jobs, and potentially their job-based insurance, and yet new survey data showed surprisingly small changes in uninsurance rates at the end of 2020. Kate Bundorf, PhD, from the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and Jessica Banthin, PhD, of the Urban Institute talk to …
 
In this limited series of episodes, we have conversations with a variety of experts and community leaders in the field of maternal and child health to discuss how to advance maternal health equity.In this episode we spoke with Dr. Rishi Agrawal, a pediatric hospitalist at La Rabida children's hospital - a partner of Lurie Children's Hospital. His r…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Chris Pusey, chief operating officer at Rural Partners in Medicine, joins KP to discuss the current challenges of rural healthcare in the United States. Before joining Rural Partners in Medicine (RPM)—an organization dedicated to developing sustainable models for providing specialty care to rural populati…
 
The pandemic introduced critical care, or the ICU, to millions of people who worried about ventilators and hospital beds. Find out why an ICU stay is unlike other in-patient admissions and why the specialty exists. Critical care doctors talk about their COVID-19 experience and explain why it’s vital to make sure patients keep their dignity.…
 
Join us as we speak with experts about ways we can better serve women and birthing people and advance maternal health equity. From what is going well to what needs to be done to improve our health outcomes, we will share innovative work, new strategies, and impactful stories from people who are changing birthing care for families in our country. Le…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, Sarah Dash, president and CEO of Alliance for Health Policy, joins KP to discuss her roles in health equity and healthcare initiatives in the United States. Sarah shares how she pursued a career path in public health policy, inspired by Edward Stierle’s biography, A Dance Against Time: The Brief, Brillian…
 
The next pathogen is inevitable. The good news: the human immune system is a dynamic information system that can be boosted and educated. Getting ready, and staying ready, means shifting how the global “we” talk about, and plan for, survival.
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, KP introduces Dr. Monique Smith, ER physician and founding executive director of Health DesignED. Dr. Smith opens the conversation by sharing her upbringing as a first-generation Jamaican American and how it influenced her to study anthropology as a pre-med student at Harvard University. She explains how …
 
Explore trust, authenticity and inclusivity in the era of COVID-19 on Season 2 – as well as climate change, evolving ICU care, health equity, why hard conversations matter, and why the rise in young adult colon cancer rates means it's time to bust the stigma (and more!). New episodes drop every week starting Aug. 23. Enjoy this sneak peek.…
 
In this episode of the InOn Health podcast, KP welcomes Troy Bannister, Founder, and CEO of Particle Health, a platform enabling healthcare companies with secure and comprehensive access to medical data. Troy begins the conversation by sharing his experiences working in an ambulance throughout college, which ultimately paved his career in the digit…
 
The OCOE invites you to engage in conversation around policy! Policy changes in government can have some of the largest and broadest public health impacts, and we’re interested in seeing how it relates to health equity in Washington State. Dante’ Morehead continues to host and is accompanied by Dillon van Rensburg (CHE for Rural Populations) to sha…
 
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