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By Midwestern Public Health Training Center

Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout the midwest region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health.
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Advocacy: Change Comes Through Relationships

Share Public HealthDec 22, 2020

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Building Health Equity: Natural Disasters and Equity

Building Health Equity: Natural Disasters and Equity

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 10/11/23, discusses current issues related to natural disasters and their connection to public health and health equity, ways to mitigate health disparities after natural disasters, and strategies that health departments can take to prepare for and respond to natural disasters through health equity lens. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website.

Nov 01, 202352:43
Building Health Equity: Housing as a Human Right

Building Health Equity: Housing as a Human Right

Podcast Evaluation Link |  This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 05/10/23, discusses current issues related to housing and their connection to public health and health equity, the influence of legislation and policies on these issues, and approaches health departments can take to promote safe, reliable housing for all. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com).

Jun 07, 202355:01
Building Health Equity: Advancing Health Equity and Social Justice in the Workplace

Building Health Equity: Advancing Health Equity and Social Justice in the Workplace

Podcast Evaluation Link |  This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 04/12/23, discusses the importance of an equitable workplace, best practices for promoting health equity and social justice in work environments, and available tools and resources for organizations looking to advance these principles in their workplace. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com).

May 17, 202346:49
Building Health Equity: Transportation and Health Equity Practice

Building Health Equity: Transportation and Health Equity Practice

Podcast Evaluation Link |  This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 03/08/23, discusses what equitable transportation means and looks like, current challenges to achieving accessible transportation and the populations most affected, and strategies that health departments can implement to promote accessible transportation for everyone in their communities. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

May 03, 202353:53
Building Health Equity: Promoting Equity in Mental Health

Building Health Equity: Promoting Equity in Mental Health

Podcast Evaluation Link  | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 02/08/23, discusses what equity in mental health is and looks like, which populations are most impacted by mental health care inequities, and what health agencies can do to prioritize equity in mental health for their own communities. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Apr 19, 202355:23
Building Health Equity: Renewable Energy Equity Practice in Iowa

Building Health Equity: Renewable Energy Equity Practice in Iowa

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 01/11/23, discusses what a path toward renewable energy looks like in Iowa, the impact of legislation on the clean energy movement, and how we can ensure social justice and equity during the promotion of clean energy usage. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, an audio transcript, and access to the reports mentioned by our speakers, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Apr 05, 202353:03
Building Health Equity: Reproductive Health Equity in Iowa

Building Health Equity: Reproductive Health Equity in Iowa

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 12/14/22, discusses current reproductive health equity issues happening in Iowa, explores strategies that have already been shown to be successful in promoting equity and justice in reproductive care, and highlights ways that individuals and organizations can start advocating for reproductive health equity. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Mar 15, 202358:42
Building Health Equity: Disability Justice and Health Equity Practice

Building Health Equity: Disability Justice and Health Equity Practice

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 11/09/22, discusses current healthcare and public health issues affecting individuals with disabilities, the resources already available to help achieve equitable environments for this population, and promising strategies that have been implemented to promote health equity and justice for those with disabilities. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Mar 01, 202352:34
Building Health Equity: Improving Health Equity in the LGBTQIA+ Community

Building Health Equity: Improving Health Equity in the LGBTQIA+ Community

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 10/12/22, discusses what health equity practice related to the LGBTQIA+ community should entail, what common barriers this population faces to achieving optimal health, and how health departments and other organizations can promote health equity for LGBTQIA+ identifying individuals in various settings, including healthcare. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Feb 15, 202350:24
Building Health Equity: Food Access Equity - Giving Everyone a Seat at the Table

Building Health Equity: Food Access Equity - Giving Everyone a Seat at the Table

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 09/14/22, discusses what equitable food access means and looks like in communities, the major drivers of food insecurity and who is most affected, as well as promising practices that can be implemented on-the-ground to promote food accessibility. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Feb 01, 202352:32
Building Health Equity: Investing in Rural Health Equity and Prosperity

Building Health Equity: Investing in Rural Health Equity and Prosperity

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 08/10/22, discusses the unique challenges and strengths that rural communities hold affecting health equity and economic prosperity, as well as promising practices, tools, and resources that can be implemented to promote health in these areas. The session concludes with an open conversation with attendees. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Jan 18, 202354:31
Building Health Equity: Health Equity Practice Among Today’s Youth

Building Health Equity: Health Equity Practice Among Today’s Youth

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 07/13/22, discusses youth organizations’ perceptions of health equity, what issues stand out in local communities, and what health departments can do to engage youth organizations and support their vision. The session includes open conversation with attendees. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Jan 04, 202344:39
Building Health Equity: Practicing Environmental Justice

Building Health Equity: Practicing Environmental Justice

Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 06/08/22, discusses how environmental health intersects with justice and equity, what role health departments have, and what needs to be considered in policies and decision-making processes to ensure environmental health is an integral part of equity. The session concludes with an open conversation with attendees. Some technical difficulties have been abridged or omitted for podcast format. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Dec 21, 202251:34
Building Health Equity: COVID-19 and Health Equity - Lessons Learned and Moving Forward

Building Health Equity: COVID-19 and Health Equity - Lessons Learned and Moving Forward

Podcast Evaluation Link | Welcome to the first episode in our latest conversational series, Building Health Equity, highlighting health equity practice throughout Iowa. This session, originally a live webinar on 05/18/22, discusses the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, equity issues that arose, and how health departments can have a role in reaching equity moving forward. The episode concludes with an open conversation with attendees. After listening, please take a moment to fill out the Podcast Evaluation. Your feedback is important to us as we want to provide you with a better listening experience. For more information on this webinar, our speakers, and an audio transcript, visit the Building Health Equity website (https://buildinghealthequity.com/).

Dec 07, 202253:48
The Power of Perseverance in Public Health Nursing with Lorne Carroll

The Power of Perseverance in Public Health Nursing with Lorne Carroll

Listen in as Lorne Carroll, Public Health Nurse III from Alaska and current President of the Alaska Public Health Association (ALPHA), and Shirley Orr, President of SOCO consulting and Executive Director of the Association of Public Health Nurses as they chronicle the history of public health nursing and the power of perseverance in public health nursing practice. 

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

Mar 23, 202257:52
Partnerships in Action

Partnerships in Action

Listen in as professionals from the field discuss current initiatives in Iowa with Mary Murphy, Perry Public Library, Todd Simonson, Cedar Rapids Public Library, Abby Less & Angie Doyle-Scar, Iowa Department of Public Health.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript and an evaluation.

This project is supported by the National Library Of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UG4LM012346. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

May 22, 202101:03:32
Harnessing the Power of Public Libraries

Harnessing the Power of Public Libraries

In today's episode, Trish Hull talks with Noah Lenstra about how libraries are working to shape health in their communities. 

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript and an evaluation.

This project is supported by the National Library Of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UG4LM012346. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

May 16, 202154:40
The Role of Libraries in Advancing Health Equity

The Role of Libraries in Advancing Health Equity

In today's episode, Trish Hull talks with Jill Kruger, J.D. about the public health impacts of eliminating fines and fees from public libraries.  

Mentioned in this episode: Eliminating Library Late Fees and Overdue Fines to Increase Health Equity

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript and an evaluation.

This project is supported by the National Library Of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UG4LM012346. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

May 16, 202147:13
Library Partnerships: Brooklyn Public Library

Library Partnerships: Brooklyn Public Library

In today's episode, Trish Hull talks with Eva Raison about exciting public health work at Brooklyn Public Library.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript and an evaluation.

This project is supported by the National Library Of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UG4LM012346. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

Apr 20, 202148:01
Rural Health: We're All Connected

Rural Health: We're All Connected

In today's episode, we talk with Rima Afifi, Brandi Janssen, Hans Lehmler, Edith Parker, and Diane Rohlman from the University of Iowa College of Public Health about the themes throughout the previous nine episodes.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript and an evaluation.

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Mar 09, 202149:06
Rural Health: Stories from Local Public Health Leaders

Rural Health: Stories from Local Public Health Leaders

In today's episode, we talk with Becky Vonnahme, Tammy McKeever, and Sharon Miller about their experiences working in and with local public health departments.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript and an evaluation.

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Mar 02, 202101:16:57
Rural Health: You've Gotta Care About People

Rural Health: You've Gotta Care About People

In today's episode, we talk with Nicole Crain and John Grimes about employment in rural areas.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Feb 23, 202155:28
Rural Health: Patients Become Family

Rural Health: Patients Become Family

In today's episode, we hear from Dr. Jessica Williams, Rachel Goss and Jim Atty about providing healthcare services in rural communities.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Feb 16, 202101:05:01
Rural Health: Art is What Makes Us Human

Rural Health: Art is What Makes Us Human

In today's episode, we hear from Angie Tagtow, Lisa Crow, Mary Swander, Meg Merckens and Tom Johnson about the value of arts, theater, and cultural identities in rural communities.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

Resources:

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Feb 09, 202159:41
Rural Health: Environmental Health is Public Health

Rural Health: Environmental Health is Public Health

In today's episode, we hear from Art Cullen, David Osterberg, Davic Cwiertny, and Brian Hanft about environmental health.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

Resources:

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Feb 02, 202153:43
Rural Health: Food is Everything

Rural Health: Food is Everything

In today's episode, we hear from Mary Swander, Jason Grimm, Shelley Buffalo and Greg Padget about food, food systems, and what food means for culture, identity, and communities.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Jan 26, 202101:22:05
Rural Health: Community Pride

Rural Health: Community Pride

In today's episode, we hear from Emily Wornell and Bill Menner about what makes rural communities successful.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

In this episode, Emily mentions this article: Metropolitan Reclassification and the Urbanization of Rural America.

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Jan 19, 202157:24
Rural Health: What Makes a Community

Rural Health: What Makes a Community

In today's episode, we hear from Heather Lujano, Mary Swander, and Art Cullen about life in rural Iowa. 

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Jan 12, 202154:21
Rural Health: The Global Midwest

Rural Health: The Global Midwest

In today's episode, we hear from Himar Hernandez and Kristy Nabhan-Warren about life in rural Iowa. 

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

This series is produced in partnerships with the Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center, Iowa Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, the Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, the Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety, the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health and the Rural Policy Research Institute. The theme song for this series is Walk Along John. It's performed by Al Murphy on fiddle, Mark Janssen on mandolin, Brandy Janssen on banjo, Warren Hamlin on guitar and Aletta Murphy on bass. Al learned these songs from a Fiddler named Albert Spray, who is from Kahoka, Missouri.

Jan 05, 202149:23
Advocacy: Change Comes Through Relationships

Advocacy: Change Comes Through Relationships

In today's episode, Deborah Thompson talks with Linda Rallo of Aligned; Rev. Dr. Mary Robinson, chair fo the Black Hawk County (Iowa) Health Department; and Dr. Nafissa Cisse-Egbuonye, director of the Black Hawk County (Iowa) Health Department about the importance of building strong relationships.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

Dec 22, 202059:44
Advocacy: We Have to Ask for What We Need
Dec 15, 202001:02:54
Advocacy: Celebrate Every Win
Dec 08, 202054:34
Advocacy: Overcoming Public Health's Humility
Dec 01, 202059:11
COVID-19: Experiences of People with Disabilities
Oct 27, 202036:41
COVID-19 Impact on Dairy Farmers
Jul 07, 202016:02
COVID-19: Impact on Meatpacking Workers
May 05, 202035:45
Messaging, Communications, and Behavior Change during COVID-19 Pandemic

Messaging, Communications, and Behavior Change during COVID-19 Pandemic

In this collaborative episode, we partner with From the Front Row to talk with Dr. Rima Afifi about messaging during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

Mar 24, 202022:15
Tackling Equity, Conclusion

Tackling Equity, Conclusion

Today Hannah Shultz from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center talks with Dr. Maria Bruno from the University of Iowa Division of Student Life, Mike Hoenig from the University of Iowa Center for Disabilities and Development and Felicia Pieper from the University of Iowa College of Public Health. They talk about recurring themes from the Tackling Equity Series.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Mar 10, 202044:27
Tackling Equity, Immigration

Tackling Equity, Immigration

Today Felicia Pieper from the University of Iowa College of Public Health talks with Dr. Michelle Devlin of the University of Northern Iowa, and Hannah Shultz from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center talks with Vivian Aldridge from Dallas County (Iowa) Public Health, about immigration, changing communities, and health considerations when working with new populations.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Mar 03, 202056:36
Tackling Equity, Place Matters

Tackling Equity, Place Matters

Today Hannah Shultz from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center talks with Danielle Pettit-Majewski from Washington County (IA) Public Health and Andy Wessel from Douglas County (NE) Health Department about place as a social determinant of health, diving into challenges faced by rural communities, and the importance of housing.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Feb 25, 202001:00:55
Tackling Equity, Building an Inclusive Workforce

Tackling Equity, Building an Inclusive Workforce

Today Hannah Shultz from the Midwestern Public Health Training Center talks with Dr. Denize Martinez of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, and Christina Gentry, Sarah Hartsig, and Sonia Jordan from Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health, about bringing underrepresented people into health professions and training current public health practitioners in health equity and cultural humility.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Feb 18, 202001:05:20
Tackling Equity, Native American Health

Tackling Equity, Native American Health

Today Felicia Piper from the University of Iowa College of Public Health talks with Dara Jefferson, also of the University of Iowa College of Public Health, about health issues and disparities experienced by and impacting Native American communities and people.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Feb 11, 202042:28
Tackling Equity, African American Health Disparities

Tackling Equity, African American Health Disparities

Today Derrick Willis from the University of Iowa University Center on Excellence in Developmental Disabilities talks with Quinney Harris of the National WIC Association and Dr. Nafissa Cisse-Egbuonye of the Black Hawk County Health Department in Waterloo, Iowa about health issues and disparities experienced in African American communities.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Feb 04, 202059:54
Tackling Equity, People with Disabilities

Tackling Equity, People with Disabilities

Today Derrick Willis from the University of Iowa University Center on Excellence in Developmental Disabilities talks with Anne Crotty, Alejandra Esoto, Michael Hoenig, all of the Center for Disabilities and Development, and Cheryll Jones of the Ottumwa Regional Center Child Health Specialty Clinic.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Jan 28, 202054:29
Tackling Equity, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Questioning

Tackling Equity, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Questioning

Today Dr. Paul Gilbert talks with Dr. Katherine Imborek and Max Mowitz about the LGBTQ health.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Jan 21, 202044:48
Tackling Equity, the Social Determinants of Health

Tackling Equity, the Social Determinants of Health

Today Dr. Paul Gilbert talks with Dr. Georges Benjamin and Dr. Nalo Johnson about the social determinants of health.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Jan 14, 202001:00:40
Tackling Equity, an Introduction

Tackling Equity, an Introduction

Today Hannah Shultz talks with Dr. Rima Afifi, Dr. Maria Bruno, and Dr. Paul Gilbert about health equity, what it is, and what we may hear about in the coming nine episodes.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation. For additional health equity resources, visit mphtc.org/healthequity.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to Rema Afifi, Anne Crotty, Alejandra Escoto, Paul Gilbert, Kaci Ginn, Mike Hoenig, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Melissa Richlen, and Laurie Walkner. Theme music for Share Public Health is composed by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Jan 07, 202046:54
Leadership: We Need to be the Group that Speaks for the Community. An Interview with Brian Castrucci.

Leadership: We Need to be the Group that Speaks for the Community. An Interview with Brian Castrucci.

Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Brian Castrucci, CEO of the de Beaumont Foundation, about the importance of telling compelling stories, building strategic skills, and tearing down silos to help communities achieve optimal health.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information and an evaluation. During the interview, Dr. Castrucci references the Practical Playbook II and the PH WINS survey.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Dec 17, 201901:01:49
Leadership: Connecting to your personal story. An Interview with Jennifer McKeever.

Leadership: Connecting to your personal story. An Interview with Jennifer McKeever.

Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Jennifer McKeever of the National Network of Public Health Institutes about how our stories impact our work and the value of authenticity.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Dec 10, 201930:23
Leadership: Staying relevant for public health 3.0. An Interview with Bobbie Berkowitz.

Leadership: Staying relevant for public health 3.0. An Interview with Bobbie Berkowitz.

Today Suzanne Hawley from Wichita State University talks with Bobbie Berkowitz, Dean Emerita Columbia University School of Nursing, about the role of public health nurses, how we are educating emerging public health nursing leaders, and preparing for the future.

Visit our podcast webpage for more information, a transcript, and an evaluation.

Thank you for joining us today. Special thanks to our guests, Shirley Orr, executive director of the Association for Public Health Nurses, Suzanne Hawley, Roger Hileman, Melissa Richlen, Hannah Shultz, and Laurie Walkner.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.Theme music was composed and produced by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Dec 03, 201931:20