Conversations on Health Equity Research and Practice:
A Webinar Series with Emerging Public Health Leaders
The University of Iowa College of Public Health Prevention Research Center for Rural Health (PRC-RH) and the Midwestern Public Health Training Center (MPHTC) invite you to be a part of the latest installment in the Conversations on Health Equity Research and Practice Webinar Series. This series is for practitioners, researchers, and students who are interested in advancing their research and practice for health equity and social justice.
The next webinar, “Exploring Successful Aging Among Alaska Native Elders Through a Qualitative Community-Based Participatory Research Approach,” featuring Dr. Lena Thompson, will be held Monday, March 25, 2024, at 12:30 p.m. CT.
Reducing Intergenerational Poverty Report
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) has recently released the “Reducing Intergenerational Poverty” report. Here is a short description of the report from their website:
“Experiencing poverty during childhood can lead to lasting harmful effects that compromise not only children’s health and welfare but can also hinder future opportunities for economic mobility, which may be passed on to future generations. This cycle of economic disadvantage weighs heavily not only on children and families experiencing poverty but also the nation, reducing overall economic output and placing increased burden on the educational, criminal justice, and health care systems.”
Preventing Suicide: #WeSupportU
This course helps individuals create communities of support for mental health and decrease deaths of despair. The training focuses on increasing understanding and awareness of suicide risk. It also addresses how to intervene when you are concerned about someone you know, connect them with resources, and offer support moving forward.