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Posted by: Staff on August 06, 2008
Category: Health Disparities Podcast; Podcasts

Health Disparities Podcasts

Project HYPE - Voices of High Blood Pressure Revealed through a Community Lens.
This video provides an excellent overview of the Photovoice component of Project HYPE. It is excellent viewing for those interesting in Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR.)

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"Four Recommendations For Preventing Diabetes and Obesity"
Presented by Roxanne B. Sukol MD, MS. University Hospitals. Hosted by Cleveland State University's Center for Health Equity.

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Community Based Participatory Research - Are the scales balanced?
Presented by Maghboeba Mosavel, PhD, Karen Tabb, MSW, Catherine Oakar, BA, Ayella Shams, BS.

Dr. Mosavel and her team discuss the challenges, rewards, lessons learned, and 'what's next' for their CBPR projects.

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"Addressing the Mental Health Disparities Evident in the African American and Latino Communities - A Grassroots Approach." Presented by Marsha Mitchell Blanks, M.S.W., L.S.W.

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"Elder Abuse: Framing the Issue."
Presented by Georgia Anetzberger, PhD, ACSW, LISW. Hosted by Cleveland State University's Center for Health Equity.

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"Using the Primary Socialization Theory to Predict Adolescent Substance Use and Sexual Risk Taking Behaviors." Shelley A. Francis, MPH, DrPH, CHES.

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Posted by: Staff on June 05, 2008
Category: Elder Abuse; Health Disparities; Mental Health; Podcasts; Primary Socialization Theory; Risk Taking; Video Podcasts; community based participatory research