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A webinar panel discussion moderated by Mark Davis (Research Professor, Robert Cudd Professor of Environmental Law, Director, Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law and Policy, Director, Tulane Center for Environmental Law) with panelists Dr. Charles Miller (Professor & Chair Environmental Health Science, School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine) and Dr. Tiong Aw (Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Science, School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine).

Join us for a discussion on research, advocacy, policy, and practice around how communications and the media can influence health equity.

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About this event:

Join the P4HE Collaborative as we bring together media and health equity experts to discuss the media's role (or influence) in the advancement of health equity and leveraging other communications avenues to promote research, practice and policy.

In this webinar we aim to:

Join our webinar with the Online Master of Health Administration (MHA) enrollment team to learn how to create a strong application for graduate school as well as ask any questions you may have about the Online MHA program and admissions process.

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Join our webinar with the Online Master of Public Health (MPH) enrollment team to learn how to create a strong application for graduate school as well as ask any questions you may have about the Online MPH program and admissions process.

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HPM faculty Dr. Brigham Walker and Dr. Janna Wisniewski, along with Dr. Sara Tinkler and Dr. Rajiv Sharma of Portland State University, will present “Interventions to Improve Equity in Primary Care Access." The research team is a part of the Count the Costs: Racial Inequity initiative sponsored by the Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

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The aim of the LGBTQ+ Research Collective is to establish an interdisciplinary research community that shares a commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of LGBTQ+ people and provides opportunities for collaboration, advocacy and community engagement and meets on a monthly basis. This meeting will be via Zoom and focus on 2SLGBTQIA+ legislative and curriculum issues.

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In honor of PRIDE month, please join us as we discuss strategies to advance justice and health, sponsored by the Partners for Advancing Health Equity. We will explore how to take LGBTQ+ research and science to engage with policy makers to advance LGBTQ+ rights, which is particularly critical given the anti LGBTQ+ movement springing up across the United States and globally.

During this webinar we will:

Reproductive health rights are under attack with grave implications for health equity. The looming rollback of the right to abortion will adversely affect access to healthcare and the opportunity for health equity for birthing people across the U.S.

Join the P4HE Collaborative as we discuss pregnancy-related mortality through the lens of abortion access and other policy decisions like Medicaid expansion. We will also discuss community- and culturally centered birthing work and the need for cross-sector collaboration in this space.

Join us for an installment of Happy Hour with Director Kathy Carneiro!  

Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine presents Happy Hour! Be there on Friday, April 29th at 6 pm CST via Zoom! Keep an eye out for our future events this semester! Zoom Link: 

https://tulane.zoom.us/j/91300321551?pwd=RU0xb0JCWGFZS0tRbDZuVmQ1Qlhsdz09

Meeting ID: 913 0032 1551 

Password: 467560

Advocating for social change is a key activity in creating access and opportunity for young people to thrive in safe communities. While this event isn’t specific to youth violence prevention, this virtual conversation with Dr. Dylan Rodriquez moderated by Center for Youth Equity Co-Director and Violence Prevention Institute Executive Director Dr. Samantha Francois will discuss movements of radical social transformation and how to dismantle systems of oppression.

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