The Health Disparities Podcast

By Movement is Life

This podcast highlights disparities evidenced in common chronic conditions featured in the “vicious cycle” (e.g. diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic pain, mental health) and musculoskeletal/arthritis conditions, with emphasis on disparities and how social determinants of health impact these conditions and their management.

  1. 1.
    Meeting our neighbors at the intersection of environmental justice and health equity.
    1:00:33
  2. 2.
    Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and the benefits of workforce inclusion and diversity.
    34:24
  3. 3.
    Flatlining revisited: The extra burden of equity work in the intra-COVID era.
    46:21
  4. 4.
    Innovation as a solution to health inequities. Featuring K’ept Health CEO Sheena Franklin.
    30:17
  5. 5.
    The components of resilience needed to achieve life goals and a joyful career. Panel discussion.
    44:21
  6. 6.
    A coordinated and collaborative approach to Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Part 2/2: COVID-19 Pandemic.
    20:53
  7. 7.
    A coordinated and collaborative approach to Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Part 1/2
    52:43
  8. 8.
    Profiles in Health Equity: Duane Reynolds, Founder & CEO, Just Health Collective
    34:28
  1. 9.
    World Environment Day: How pollution and climate change impact health disparities.
    31:42
  2. 10.
    One hundred episodes of health equity: We are just getting started.
    49:01
  3. 11.
    Harvard Professor Augustus White III: Surgeon, Author & Health Equity Pioneer.
    21:54
  4. 12.
    Bailouts and safety-net hospitals: A pandemic upside for well-financed institutions when others are sidelined?
    49:53
  5. 13.
    Meeting people where they are has been key to equitable COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
    48:58
  6. 14.
    Community Interventions: The Ward Infinity Initiative in SE DC, & Operation Change in five other cities.
    48:33
  7. 15.
    Bruce Johnson: Author, health advocate & much-loved CBS reporter discusses health inequities.
    49:57
  8. 16.
    Human Resources: Employers play an important role in promoting health equity.
    30:41
  9. 17.
    Fund Black Scientists: How inequitable NIH funding perpetuates the disparities divide.
    40:17
  10. 18.
    Podcast to Podcast: Dr. Mary O’Connor meets “Flip the Script” podcast host and health equity advocate Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako.
    40:14
  11. 19.
    Bronx and Brooklyn healthcare provider Dr. Nereida Correa discusses how the complexities of payment systems impacts her patients.
    38:38
  12. 20.
    Community Health Workers get an up-close view of the ways that patients experience healthcare. Insights from a patient-centered vantage point.
    31:34
  13. 21.
    Nurse Practitioners in West Virginia and Wyoming discuss ways that value-based models of care impact vulnerable populations.
    39:51
  14. 22.
    Specialty care in small-town America: health disparities, the impact of COVID-19, and some upsides of rural life for physicians.
    54:21
  15. 23.
    Black Physician Assistants Matter: A “JEDI” discussion.
    1:17:48
  16. 24.
    Unique payer-provider structure, new models of patient-centered care.
    30:39
  17. 25.
    Mitigating the unintended consequences of health policy.
    46:04
  18. 26.
    Value-based payments: a health economics perspective.
    45:26
  19. 27.
    Dr. O’Connor hosts panel discussing how the perception of risk in surgery can widen health disparities.
    47:58
  20. 28.
    Educators discuss why more Hispanics should enter the healthcare workforce. Part 2, featuring Dr. Sherry Segura.
    27:18
  21. 29.
    Educators discuss how more Hispanics can enter the healthcare workforce. Part 1, featuring Ed Alvarez.
    38:48
  22. 30.
    Perspectives on health disparities through an epidemiology lens. Featuring Dr. Leigh Callahan.
    20:04
  23. 31.
    Are rural health disparities being widened by bundled payments? Featuring Donna Kurek.
    21:48
  24. 32.
    Physician Assistants have an increasingly important role in healthcare. Featuring Klarisse Mathis.
    28:22
  25. 33.
    Safety net hospitals are crucial, but closures are making healthcare less universal. Featuring Dr. Eric Santos.
    25:10
  26. 34.
    How Nurse Practitioners drive health equity through vital rural and frontier healthcare. With Wesley Davis and Cristina Gonzalez.
    35:42
  27. 35.
    Peggy’s Story: Operation Change, South Side, Chicago.
    39:00
  28. 36.
    Lynn’s story: a new outlook on life from new knowledge gained – and her fitness tracker.
    34:21
  29. 37.
    Ovidia’s story: Learning about health disparities motivated her to make changes.
    22:21
  30. 38.
    Latinx clinical research inclusion: how Dr Fabian Sandoval and Dr Gustavo Corrales teamed up to move the needle.
    35:25
  31. 39.
    Understanding mistrust of flu and COVID-19 vaccines, featuring Dr. Sandra Crouse Quinn.
    42:04
  32. 40.
    Freda’s Story: Freda needed accountability to help decrease her pain and reduce her A1C. Being part of a team was the key.
    35:01
  33. 41.
    Sonja’s Story: When you have a Y membership but don’t go, what might be missing?
    34:20
  34. 42.
    Laura’s Story: How emotional connection in a safe space helped address her depression.
    33:07
  35. 43.
    Delivering Trusted & Patient-Centered Public Health Information is Essential to the Promotion of Wellness in Latinx Communities. Featuring Dr. Elena Rios
    35:03
  36. 44.
    Maryland’s successful Health Enterprise Zones previously led by Congressman Brown considered for national adoption.
    24:25
  37. 45.
    Deanna’s Story: “It Changed my Whole Way of Thinking.” How Operation Change helped Deanna Find Pride and Purpose.
    28:18
  38. 46.
    Wanda’s Story: “It’s a Game Changer.” After Thinking it’s Too Late to Change, a Program Made Wanda Stop, Think & Reset.
    22:53
  39. 47.
    Uncomfortable Truths, Inspiring Perspectives: A Round Table Discussion on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion with Young Health Professionals.
    1:16:08
  40. 48.
    The Heart of Diversity & Inclusion: A Cardiologists’ Perspective. Featuring Dr. Sharonne Hayes.
    47:52
  41. 49.
    America Needs More Minority Doctors & Nurses: Why & How. Featuring Dr. Melvyn Harrington.
    23:43
  42. 50.
    Eliminating Bias as Part of Professionalism. Featuring Dr. Augustus White III.
    28:49

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