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S2 Ep. 33 Exploring the September Commentary: Politics Spread COVID with Dr. Marcus Cheatham, Dr. Heidi Hancher-Rauch, Dr. Jodi Brookins-Fisher, Dr. Alexis Blavos, and Dr. Amy Thompson
"We want to have a dialogue about developing the capacity to grapple with political dysfunction. We need to be able to win political battles in order to save lives."
In this episode, Dr. Marcus Cheatham, Dr. Heidi Hancher-Rauch, Dr. Jodi Brookins-Fisher, Dr. Alexis Blavos, and Dr. Amy Thompson help us explore how the current political landscape has led to a poor national response to the pandemic. They remind us that public health professionals have a role to play as advocates, and they help us understand the matrix used in their commentary space.
This episode references the article titled "Politics Spread COVID: Developing a Public Health Response" by Marcus Cheatham, PhD, Heidi Hancher-Rauch, PhD, Jodi Brookins-Fisher, PhD, Alexis Blavos, PhD, and Amy Thompson, PhD.
S2 Ep. 32 Exploring Environmental Justice Again: A Rerun of S2 Ep. 6 as a Reminder of the Jackson Water Crisis
“So we have created a public health crisis by not designing systems that will last or systems that will work.”
This episode features Catherine Flowers, author of Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret, as well as Dr. Antonio Gardner and Dr. Ashley White Jones, authors of Using an HIV Disclosure Model to Slow the Spread of COVID-19. In honor of Black History Month, they discuss environmental justice in Black communities. They focus on the Black Church's role in emergency preparedness, water and sanitation, and their roles as advocates.
S2 Ep. 31 Exploring Partnership Opportunities to Understand and Support Health Promotion Practices in Public Libraries with Dr. Suzanne Grossman, Dr. Noah Lenstra, and Dr. Renée Umstattd Meyer
In this episode, Dr. Suzanne Grossman, Dr. Noah Lenstra, and Dr. Renée Umstattd Meyer discuss how libraries are an underutilized resource for supporting public health in communities. They emphasize the need for partnerships and hope that public health continues to generate excitement for public libraries.
This episode references the article titled "How Public Libraries Help Immigrants Adjust to Life in a New Country: A Review of the Literature" by Suzanne Grossman, DrPH, Denise E. Agosto, PhD, Mark Winston, PhD, Rabbi Nancy E. Epstein, MPH, MAHL, Carolyn C. Cannuscio, ScD, Ana Martinez-Donate, PhD, and Ann C. Klassen, PhD. This episode also references the article titled "Rural Libraries as Resources and Partners for Outside Active Play Streets" by Noah Lenstra, PhD, Sandra Slater, PhD, Keshia M. Pollack Porter, PhD, and M. Renée Umstattd Meyer, PhD. Also, find out more about implementation in the Rural Play Streets Guide.
S2 Ep. 30 Exploring Efforts to Build a Competent Workforce of Sexual Assault Prevention Practitioners with Dr. AnnaMarie O’Neill and Dr. Joie Acosta
In this episode, Dr. AnnaMarie O’Neill and Dr. Joie Acosta discuss the need for sexual assault prevention and the utility of their adapted tool for individuals and teams. They explain the need for a paradigm shift with a greater emphasis on prevention, especially in the military and colleges.
This episode references the article titled "Development and Pilot Test of the Competency Assessment for Sexual Assault Prevention Practitioners" by AnnaMarie S. O’Neill, Joie D. Acosta, Matthew Chinman, Andra L. Tharp, and Beverly L. Fortson.
S2 Ep. 29 Exploring the Role of Community Health Workers Across the Cancer Care Delivery Continuum with Ysabel Duron and Dr. Manali Patel
"The community health worker is under utilized, and yet can be the best glue across that continuum"
In this episode, Ysabel Duron and Dr. Manali Patel discuss the importance of community health workers (CHWs) in cancer care delivery. They talk about the unique capacity of CHW to identify the actual gaps and actual needs of patients to support and work in tandem with doctors.
This episode references the article titled "A Community-Engaged Process for Adapting a Proven Community Health Worker Model to Integrate Precision Cancer Care Delivery for Low-income Latinx Adults With Cancer" by Emily H. Wood, MPH, Maria Leach, MSW, Gerardo Villicana, BA, Lisa Goldman Rosas, PhD, MPH, Ysabel Duron, BS, Dale G. O’Brien, MD, Zachary Koontz, MD, and Manali I. Patel, MD, MPH, MS.
Exploring Poetry for the Public's Health: "Black & Mild: A Tutorial, After the CDC" by Dr. Ryan Petteway
Hello and welcome to this bonus episode of The HPP Podcast. Read and follow along with this reading of "Black & Mild: A Tutorial, After the CDC" by Ryan J. Petteway, DrPH, MPH by viewing the Supplemental Material associated with the article.
With our July 2022 issue, Health Promotion Practice is proud to introduce a new, regular section of our journal, entitled “Poetry for the Public’s Health.” The section has been imagined, curated, and brought to life by Shanae Burch, LeConte Dill, and Ryan Petteway - all 3 poets, scholars, and members of the HPP Editorial Board. You can access the poems from the HPP website, but you can also listen to many of the poems in the poets’ own voices in this ever-growing series of bonus episodes. Follow us on Twitter @the HPPJournal so you know when new poems have posted, and enjoy this gift of Poetry for the Public’s Health.