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What does it take to design high-quality, effective e-learning solutions for public health organizations? We explore this question with returning guest, Leah Roman. Leah is the owner and principal consultant at Roman Public Health, where she helps clients create top-class e-learning solutions. Tuning in you’ll learn about Leah’s approach to e-cours…
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While mental health awareness is always relevant, it is a major focus in May. This episode includes the conversation from our recent Public Health Roundtable on the topic of mental health awareness in the public health arena. Join us as Dr. Huntley, Dr. McClamroch, LaShonda Richardson, MPH, and Ericka Horne, MPH, share their personal and profession…
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Our guest on this episode, Craig DeLarge, is a Digital Health Strategist, Researcher and Educator. He joins us to discuss some of the innovative work he is doing in the space of information technology, digital, and mental health. Tune in as Craig shares his approach to empowering people to correctly use technology to support their health rather tha…
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Tune into this episode to get up to speed with the recent developments with Dr. Huntley’s podcast and consulting firm. Assistant Operations Manager, Laura Hollabaugh, joins Dr. Huntley to discuss changes that have already happened, and what you can expect in the future. To kick off the conversation, we discuss Laura’s growing role and how she is le…
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Pursuing a career in public health can take many twists and turns, and there’s a good chance you’ll travel through some pretty interesting and surprising places. Such was the case for our guest, Dr. Stephen Martin, who has held a number of diverse and esteemed positions throughout his career. He currently serves as both the Executive Director of th…
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On this special episode of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations, Dr. Huntley shares the most recent Public Health Roundtable Discussion. She was joined by a panel of public health professionals: Judeline Casimir, MPH, Andrea L. Lowe, MPH, and LaShonda Richardson, MPH to discuss the topic of Minority Health Awareness. Since the month of Apri…
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Joining Dr. Huntley on this episode is a repeat guest who first graced us with her presence in episode 178! Paulina Sosa the Founder of both Latinx Voces and Latinx Task Force. Amongst other distinguished accolades, she is currently a doctoral student in the public health informatics track in the DrPH program at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Pu…
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True sexual health equity requires inclusiveness of all sexual identities, as well as trans-awareness and a recognition of the negative impact that racism has on health outcomes for BIPOC communities. This is the belief of Dr. Keosha Bond, a behavioral scientist, sexual health educator, and researcher. She centers her work on the complex intersecti…
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Public health is irrevocably intertwined into every aspect of what we do in our daily lives, and everybody has a part to play in it. Our guest is an innovative public health leader with expertise in evaluation and social impact strategy. After her first appearance on this podcast five years ago, we are pleased to welcome back Dr. Sandy-Asari Hogan …
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Meet Rebecca Desir, an award-winning public health practitioner, the founder of the Black Health Commission, and the senior manager of community advocacy for AdventHealth in Florida. She joins us to tell us about her focus on the Black diaspora in her public health mission. Tuning in, you’ll hear all about Rebecca’s life as the daughter of Haitian …
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Dr. Huntley announces the launch of a new podcast called Public Health Entrepreneurs. This podcast will focus on topics related to public health entrepreneurship and will provide resources and support for public health entrepreneurs at all levels. The podcast has its own website and is available on all major podcast platforms. Dr. Huntley encourage…
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How are you leading and engaging in health equity and developmental disability awareness conversations with the communities you serve? March is Developmental Disability Awareness Month, and we brought this topic to a panel of professionals in our recent Public Health Roundtable discussion with Linda Gordon, M.D., MPH, and Ericka Horne, MPH, CHES. W…
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For a while now, Dr. Huntley has been looking for a way to share her story with you of when she took care of her ailing mother, but the subject has just been too daunting for her to confront alone. So in this episode, we welcome Dr. Cynthia J. Hickman back to the show as Dr. Huntley’s companion, and the pair walk us through their personal journeys …
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Get ready for something different on this special episode of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations! Dr. Huntley dives into a creative conversation that may feel like a bit of a brainstorming session, coming at you with a behind-the-scenes vibe. Joining Dr. Huntley on this episode is the founder and CEO of We Edit Podcasts, a full-service pod…
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An advocate for access to quality healthcare, a student of socioeconomics and equity, and a seeker of equality in justice and among humanity. Selena Smith joins us on the podcast to discuss her career journey and current role as COO of GRO Community, a mental health organization specializing in providing mental health services and support to Black …
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Although February is American Heart Month, a time when the nation spotlights heart disease, it is an important topic to highlight all year long. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. In most cases, heart disease is preventable but there are often several barriers for many communities to access and easy-to-understand reso…
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Our guest is passionate about the heart of one of America's most critical issues, food insecurity. Joining Dr. Huntley on the podcast is Rachel Cahill, MPA, the principal consultant and owner of a policy and advocacy consulting firm serving anti-hunger and anti-poverty organizations across the country. Rachel is a nationally recognized expert in pu…
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The field of public health is so broad! In this episode, we are connecting it to social work and more specifically, grant writing to demonstrate how we can have a greater impact in the field of public health. Grant writer and founder of the Bell Tower Group, LaKeesha Morris-Moreau joins us to share about her public service work and how she brings v…
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The area of land affected by wildfires has increased annually at a more rapid pace than the actual number of wildfires. With climate change comes an increase in seasonal conditions that support wildfires, such as warmer springs and longer dry seasons. Wildfires have any immediately tangible consequences. Smoke may warrant school closures and warnin…
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On Public Health Epidemiology Conversations, we welcome back one of our guests from 2017, Dr. Juanita Braxton. She joins us to discuss how she is able to serve her community by providing public health education to faith-based organizations. Tuning in, you’ll hear all about Dr. Braxton and Dr. Huntley’s relationship, their conversation back in episo…
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Did you know that cervical cancer is almost entirely preventable with proper vaccination, regular screenings, pap smears, and HPV testing? Yet, so many women across the US are still being diagnosed with cervical cancer. Join Dr. Huntley on the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations podcast, as she delves into the topic of cervical health and wome…
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If you work in public health, you’ve probably had to explain an industry term to the general public on more than one occasion. How often should we be doing this? How can we ensure that the information we’re conveying is understood by the broader community? Join Dr. Huntley as she explores the intersection of public health, communication, and commun…
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You might think that the question ‘What is a chicken coop?’ is pretty straightforward and if you were to ask a farmer, you’d be right. However, if you posed the same question to a truck driver, there’s a high chance the answer would be radically different from anything you anticipated. So, what does all this have to do with public health? Also, wha…
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Zuwena Plata, a member of our data team, joins us in her capacity as an important member of our data team to reveal the impact that her work has had on her personal life. After getting a sense of her professional background, Zuwena details the work she’s currently involved in before explaining how and why this work affects her personally. We discov…
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Today’s guest is working towards making healthcare accessible, intuitive, and empowering. Vanessa Guzman’s goal is to empower and mobilize healthcare organizations, their staff, and community partners to innovate and maximize value. She joins us to discuss how her company is bringing healthcare and technology together in a way that helps patients w…
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Many of us are setting goals for the year ahead. Today, we share what we’ll be focusing on in 2024, from the podcast to the work we do in our public health consulting firm. You’ll find out how we will continue to take action, build genuine relationships, innovate and disrupt, and clearly communicate our vision by engaging with and elevating voices …
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