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Featuring Tammy Lewis Wilborn, PhD, LPC-S, LPC/MHSP-S, NCC, Visiting Professor, the University of New Orleans, and Owner/Chief Clinical Officer, Wilborn Clinical Services.

About the Seminar:  Participants will participate in a mindfulness activity and group discussion to explore the impact of stereotypes and bias in research.  Recommendations for engaging in culturally-responsive research practices will be offered.

Featuring Joia Crear Perry, MD, FACOG, President, National Birth Equity Collaborative.

Featuring: Onika Jervis, National Director of Recruitment and Outreach, and Jewel Bush, National Communications Director, GirlTrek

Inspired by the Civil Rights Movement, GirlTrek is a national health movement that encourages Black women and girls to use walking as the catalyst to lead a healthier life. Learn how GirlTrek is mobilizing one million Black women from across the nation to put self-care first and how this action of self-love will lead to healthier communities and a healthier world.

Twitter chats can promote healthy behaviors, study says


President Fitts rewards deserving SPHTM employees with a holiday surprise


Please join the Tulane Prevention Research Center for the Fall 2017 Innovations in Public Health Research and Practice Seminar …

Tulane assists in state healthy vending initiative


Photo exhibit focuses on neighborhood health needs