THE BLACK CAUCUS OF HEALTH WORKERS

“Living History: Honoring our Past, Uplifting our Future"
 BCHW Celebrates 50 Years of
Programs and Service
(1968 – 2018)



Dr. Barbara J. Norman, President
It’s hard to believe in just a few weeks we will celebrate the Black Caucus of Health Workers (BCHW) “Golden Anniversary” and Hildrus Augustus Poindexter’s Award Banquet during the APHA 2018 annual meeting, Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 6:00 – 11:00 p.m., in San Diego, California at the San Diego, Convention Center.  For more information or to support the BCHW go to bchwinfo1968@gmail.com for membership, donations or contributions.
What an honor and privilege to serve as the presiding president for this momentous occasion.  It is an honor because the BCHW was established and founded by some of the most prestigious African-American men and women, many whom I know/knew and highly respected.  The founders are honored because they took a stand from being invisible to being seen and heard at the American Public Health Association (APHA), the nation’s largest professional health-care organization annual conference held in Detroit, Michigan, 1968.  Perceived as being ignored and invisible they demanded justice and equity for African-Americans in need of medical care and public health programs and services.  They jeopardized their families and positions while working in hostile, non-receptive environments, fighting for equity and justice.  They did this, for us to be more visible, more verbal, to become change agents in leadership positions where we can make a difference in public health, medicine, nursing, health administration, medical care organizations, and, veterans affairs, to cite a few.    
As the BCHW presiding president for this year’s 50th Anniversary, it is a privilege to serve.  It allows me the opportunity to reflect upon some of the BCHW’s most incredible experiences, not just from a perspective of what I was told, or heard, or read, but rather events I witnessed and participated.  Most importantly, I have had the pleasure of communicating with some of the few surviving BCHW founders, as well as, with some of BCHW members who were not signed on as founders though directly involved in its organization.  During the conversations, I requested permission to write their oral history as they described it and lived it.  They declared they would “love” to attend the BCHWs 50th Anniversary.  However, due to some physical challenges, it would be difficult for them to attend.  What better way to preserve their history and honor their many sacrifices and contribution to the health profession and research than assisting them to attend and participate in the BCHW's, 50th Anniversary?
Plans for the 50th Anniversary are in the final stage. 
 There are several major issues that need immediate attention. 
 They are the following:
1.     Membership drive - if you, or someone you know, are a current or past member please check your membership status.  If you are not current, please register today, go to bchwinfo1968@gmail.com
2.     Election of Governing Board Members - only members with paid memberships through November 1st, 2018 are eligible to vote and/or run for one of the vacant positions on the ballot.  Go to bchwinfo1968@gmail.com for complete instructions.
3.     Requesting names of past BCHW presidents from 1970 – 1999.  We have some names but are missing some.  If you have questions and/or any information, you may submit to bchwinfo1968@gmail.com or mail to BCHW of Health Workers, P. O. Box 42784, Evergreen Park, Ill.  60805-0784.
4.     Requesting pictures to use on bchwinfo1968@gmail.com or mail to BCHW of Health Workers, P. O. Box 42784, Evergreen Park, Ill.  60805-0784 and any memories and tips to add. 
If you are planning on attending the APHA/BCHW annual conference in San Diego, California, Friday, November 10 – 14, 2018, please let us know at bchwinfo1968@gmail.com.   Also, don’t forget, some of our members may not be computer savvy or have computer access.   Therefore, we need to communicate with them either by mail or telephone.  Please provide them with this address where they may send any information, pictures, etc. to  BCHW of Health Workers, P. O. Box 42784, Evergreen Park, Ill.  60805-0784.
We welcome you to the BCHW historic event, the “Golden Anniversary.”  Please join us as we celebrate 50 years of service, from 1968 to 2018 from dedicated men and women throughout the U. S. with diverse education, experience, and professional backgrounds.  On behalf of the BCHW, our heroes and heroine, I thank you.

If you are not a member, Join Us……We need you!....If not YOU, then WHO!



Dr. Barbara J. Norman, President
Ph.D., MPH, MSPS, MSN
Former Cpt. U.S. Army
Former Dep. Commissioner, Chicago Department of Public Health

BCHW APHA 2018 Scientific Sessions and Events



Join Us for the 2018 Pre-Conference Meeting!
Conference Theme:  
Living History: Honoring Our Past, Uplifting Our Future
Date: Saturday, November 10, 2018
Time: 8 AM - 5 PM
Location: Hilton San Diego Bayfront, 1 Park Boulevard, San Diego, CA, 92101

We invite you to join us for a dynamic meeting designed to increase understanding of strategies and opportunities aimed at creating and implementing policies to promote health and equity throughout the African Diaspora. The event is scheduled from 8 AM - 5 PM at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel in San Diego, CA. 
Lunch included with registration.

REGISTRATION


CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS


Keynote Speaker:
Rodney G. Hood, MD
APHA Press on Racism & Health Disparities Panel
#ForHealth Leveraging Technology to Achieve Health Equity Panel/Webcast
Scientific Symposium & Poster Session
SAAPHI Business Meeting


Link to Program Updates & Speakers: 

SEE YOU IN SAN DIEGO!

Learn more about our pre-conference collaborators!
The Society for the Analysis of African American Public Health Issues (SAAPHI) is a non-profit (501c3) national public health organization comprised of researchers, physician and health advocates dedicated to improving the overall health of African Americans. The organization promotes and utilizes research to inform scientific knowledge, program development, and policy decisions.
The Black Caucus of Health Workers (BCHW) is an independent organization, officially affiliated with the American Public Health Association (APHA). This year BCHW celebrates their 50th Anniversary! BCHW serves as a catalyst for influencing the recognition of the health care needs of Black people in America by APHA and other health related organizations. The organization strives for the elimination of disparities and the reduction of gaps in health and health outcomes by improving the quality of life of people of African descent through advocacy, knowledge, practice and research.
Black Ladies in Public Health (BLiPH) is an online community with a real-world impact! BLiPH is an international group that promotes scholarship, service, self-care, support and a safe space for Black Ladies interested in, training and working in Public Health. BLiPH.org serves as a safe-space and resource for Black Ladies in Public Health and our allies!

 BCHW Scientific Sessions

Sunday, November 11
1:30 pm-2:30 pm
2033.0 SDCC, Hall A/C
Black Health Matters: Looking Beyond Health Care for Health Equity Poster Session
Board 1       Not just surviving! Investigating the psychological resilience of adults living with sickle cell disease - Corinne April Conn, MPH
Board 2       Racial Microaggressions and the Effects on Stress and Health among Female African American RNs - Tykeysha Thomas, PhD(c), MSN, RN, PHN, PCCN
Board 3       Data integration and validation in a mixed methods study on the self-care of Black women - Paris Adkins-Jackson, PhD MPH
Board 4       Facilitating Community Forums and a Community Action Board in Rural Jamaica to Inform Design of Faith-based Health Promotion Interventions: Underserved Jamaican Voices on Health Concerns and Strategies - Sheila Lister, BS
Board 5       Refugee health policy and challenges: Lessons from the Buduburam Liberian Refugee and other camps in Ghana - Anthony Sallar, PhD, MPH, MBA
Board 6       Inclusion of health status to 'Black Girl Magic' movement: An innovative method to improve and transition the future health and wellness of African American women - Kaitlyn Jones
Board 7       Anti-Neoplastic Drugs: The Implications for Occupational Health and Safety Promotion in Healthcare Facilities - Tunde M. Akinmoladun, PhD, DAAS, FRSPH
Board 8       Connecting Black Public Health Researchers to the African Diaspora - Saria Lofton, PhD, RN
Board 9       Using Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) to Unveil Factors That Affect Access and Barriers to Mental Health Service Utilization in a Black College Town - Marsja Stearnes, MA
Endorsed by: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs, Physical Activity, Public Health Social Work
2034.0 SDCC, Hall A/C
Effective strategies to improve health outcomes and promote health equity poster session  T
Board 1       Building a Systematic Framework for Chronic Disease Management: State Examples from Diabetes and Tobacco - Assiatou Kama, MA, EP-C
Board 2       Social Determinants of Major Depressive Episode and Mental Health Treatment Seeking among African American Adults - Ashlee Hoffman, MA, MA, PhD, CHES
Board 3       Health information seeking differences based on nativity among US-born and Foreign-born Blacks - Tashelle Wright, MSPH
Board 4       Perceived barriers to prostate cancer screening in the African American community - Jos Cooper-Sterling, RN MPH CIC
Board 5       Developmental Evaluation & Radical Systemic Change: Examining the BxCRRB’s Community Engaged Research Academy - Justin T. Brown, PhD. Critical Social Psychology
Board 6       Socioeconomic, demographic, and behavioral determinants of kidney disease among African Americans in the United States, 2010-2016 - Gopal K. Singh, PhD, MS, MSc
Board 7       Redefining Birthing Desires: A Qualitative Exploration of Pregnancy Experiences and Birthing Practices among Black Women in North Florida - Brittny James, DrPH, MEd, CHES
Board 8       Black women’s perceptions of seeking heart disease and health information on social media - Casey Adams Jones, M.A.
Board 9       San Diego Racism and Heart Health Project (SD-RAHHP): Associations of Racism with Cardiovascular Disease among African American Adults - Naeemah A. Munir, MPH
Endorsed by: Caucus on Public Health and the Faith Community, Public Health Social Work
4:00 pm-5:30 pm
273.0 Hilton, Aqua 313
Black Caucus of Health Workers 101: History, Mission, Goals and Our Future
Moderator: Barbara Norman, PhD, MPH, MSPS, MSN
Endorsed by: Public Health Social Work
6:00 pm-7:30 pm
297.0 Hilton, Aqua 313
Black Caucus of Health Workers: Open Business Meeting
Moderator: Barbara Norman, PhD, MPH, MSPS, MSN
Endorsed by: Public Health Social Work
Monday, November 12
8:30 am-10:00 am
3020.0 Hilton, Indigo Ballroom A
Addressing Social Determinants of Health to Achieve Health Equity for Men of the African Diaspora
Moderator: Albert Pless, MS
8:30 a.m.     Why do Black men say “Yes”?: A qualitative study of Black men who agreed to enroll in clinical research trials - Valerie Newsome Garcia, PhD
8:50 a.m.     Perception, Proximity, and Reproach: An Understanding of How Social Influence Impacts the Intersectionality of Masculinity, Race, and Sexuality Among Between Black Men - R. Sebastian Davis, MA
9:10 a.m.     Effective Epilepsy Health Education Strategies to Achieve Health Equity for African American Men - Thometta Cozart, MS, MPH, CPH, CHES
9:30 a.m.     ACE’s mask trauma’s full story: A life course examination of violent victimization and homicide bereavement among young black men in Baltimore - Jocelyn Smith Lee, Ph.D.
Endorsed by: Community Health Planning and Policy Development, Epidemiology, Men's Health Caucus, Public Health Social Work
CE Credits: CME, CHES, CNE, CPH, MCHES
1:00 pm-2:30 pm
3239.0 Hilton, Sapphire 400B
Beyond Equality: Achieving Equity through Community Engaged Outreach and Programming- The Beginning  T
Moderator: Barbara Norman, PhD, MPH, MSPS, MSN
1:00 p.m.     Beyond Equality: Achieving Equity through Community Engaged Outreach and Programming part 3 - Robert Winn, MD
1:20 p.m.     Beyond Equality: Achieving Equity through Community Engaged Outreach and Programming - Wayne Giles, MD
1:40 p.m.     Beyond Equality: Achieving Equity through Community Engaged Outreach and Programming part 2 - Joseph Harrington, BA
2:00 p.m.     Leveraging Public Health and Housing Agency Resources to Fight Food Insecurity in Cook County: Paving New Ways to Fight Food Inequality and Hunger in Low-Income Suburban Communities - Terry Mason, M.D.
Endorsed by: Community Based Public Health Caucus, Ethics, Public Health Social Work
3:00 pm-4:30 pm
3345.0 Hilton, Indigo Ballroom BF
Health Equity and Resiliency- Thriving Not Just Surviving Across the Lifespan Roundtable  T
Moderator: Valerie Newsome, PhD
Table 1        An Evidence-Based Approach to Preventing and Controlling Recreational Water Illnesses/Diseases in All Communities - Tunde M. Akinmoladun, PhD, DAAS, FRSPH
Table 2        Celebrating in style! : African American male cancer survivor fashion show - a community-campus collaboration - Gina Curry, MPH
Table 3        Improving birth outcomes for African American mothers: The Queens Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait (Q-HBWW) Community Interventions Project (CIP) - Joyce Hall, MPH
Table 4        In their own voices: Patient-informed strategies to reduce transfusion complications in sickle cell disease - Raymona H. Lawrence, DrPH, MPH, MCHES
Table 5        Beyond co-signing: Advancing community engagement in public policy advocacy - Marjorie A. Innocent, PhD
Table 6        A place for our kids to play: Using local advocacy to address health inequities - Peaches Henry, PhD
Table 7        Engaging communities in public policy advocacy - Tabatha Magobet, MPH
Table 8        History Matters: The Continued Geography of Structural Racism, Mass Incarceration and Infant Health - Jessica Roach, LPN, MPH (C)
Table 9        Health Equity and Resiliency - Thriving Not Just Surviving Across the Lifespan - Victoria Revelle, MPH, CHES
Endorsed by: Physical Activity, Public Health Social Work
CE Credits: CME, CHES, CNE, CPH, MCHES
3346.0 Hilton, Indigo Ballroom H
Institutional Inequity-Overcoming barriers to prepare the next generation of public health professionals roundtable
Moderator: LeConte Dill, DrPH, MPH
Table 1        Everything is not for everybody: Using Culturally-Tailored, Holistic College Health Assessments at an HBCU to Address Health Inequities - Tonya Roberson, MPH, PhD
Table 2        Count me Out: Investigating Perceptions of African Americans on Dialysis Who Are Not on a Kidney Transplant Waitlist - Charles Senteio, PhD, MBA, LMSW
Table 3        A Systematic Mental Health Assessment of First-Year Students at a Historically Black College/University - Jessica Moore, MD
Table 4        Increasing Black Male Enrollees in Health Science Programs - A. Dexter Samuels, PhD
Table 5        Racialized experiences of Black nursing professionals working in long-term care - Cyndy Snyder, PhD
Table 6        University of Illinois at Chicago’s Urban Health Program Forty Years of Producing Minority Health Professionals. Impact and the challenges in the Years Ahead - Fatima Aliu
Table 7        Taxes and tolls: Examining the impact of institutional factors on the premed experiences of underrepresented minority students in the UC system - Kelechi Uwaezuoke, DrPH, MPH
Table 8        Utilizing and Sustaining the State Offices of Minority Health and Minority Health Entities in Making Health Equity, Health Disparity, and Minority Health Soup with a sprinkle of Social Determinants: - Antoniette Holt, MPH
Table 9        Mobilizing Young People of Color as Health and Justice Leaders - An Nguyen, MHA
Endorsed by: Cancer Forum, Public Health Social Work
Tuesday, November 13
8:30 am-10:00 am
4015.0 Hilton, Aqua Salon D
Conducting research from the “inside out”: Recruiting African American men for a chronic disease prevention program
Moderator: Cheryl Emanuel, MS
Discussant: Tarae Cain, MPH
8:30 a.m.     Conducting research from the “inside out”: Recruiting African American men for a chronic disease prevention program Phase I - Melicia Whitt-Glover, PhD
8:50 a.m.     Conducting research from the “inside out”: Recruiting African American men for a chronic disease prevention program - Marcus Murray
9:10 a.m.     Conducting research from the “inside out”: Recruiting African American men for a chronic disease prevention program part 3 - Tiffany Williams, MPH
9:30 a.m.     Conducting research from the “inside out”: Recruiting African American men for a chronic disease prevention program part 4 - Yashonda Mobley, MPH
Endorsed by: Cancer Forum, Caucus on Public Health and the Faith Community, Epidemiology, Mens Health Caucus, Public Health Social Work
10:30 am-12:00 pm
4141.0 Hilton, Indigo Ballroom H
Addressing health disparities to improve Women's health outcomes and achieve health equity roundtable  T
Moderator: Jill Dingle, MPH
Table 1        Food insecurity and coping strategies among HIV-Positive black women in Rural Alabama - Andrew Zekeri, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.
Table 2        ASTHO's Breast Cancer Learning Community Puts Data on the Map - Alicia Smith, MPH
Table 3        Addressing health disparities to improve Women's health outcomes and achieve health equity - Ndidiamaka Amutah-Onukagha, PhD,MPH, CHES
Table 4        Social Engagement and Hypertension Prevalence among Post-menopausal African American and Filipino American Women - Naeemah A. Munir, MPH
Table 5        Role of Cultural Competency in Developing mHealth Technology to Combat Childhood Obesity Amongst Female Adolescent African-Americans - Kritica Joshi
Table 6        Invisible Visits: Black middle class women in the American healthcare system - Tina Sacks, PhD
Table 7        Use of the Weathering Hypothesis in Examining Allostatic Load and Racial/Ethnic Hypertension Disparities - Cagney Stigger, MPH
Table 8        Food insecurity and self-reported type 2 diabetes in U.S. Black adults - Kimberly Carr, MPH
Table 9        Enabling Birth Justice in NYC by Centering Black Women's Voices - Nicole JeanBaptiste, MA, CD
Endorsed by: Cancer Forum, Caucus on Public Health and the Faith Community, Mens Health Caucus, Public Health Social Work, Womens Caucus
3:00 pm-4:30 pm
4335.0 Hilton, Aqua Salon D
Addressing Health Equity, Social Determinants and policy changes, through the lenses of African Americans  T
Moderator: Sparkle Springfield, PhD
3:00 p.m.     Federal Government Contributions to Public Health and the Environment over the Past 220 Years: 1798-2018 - Gilbert Rochon, PhD (MIT '99), MPH (Yale '76)
3:16 p.m.     Advancing Health Equity to Create the Healthiest Nation: Innovative Frameworks and Foci for Tackling the Social Determinants of Health - Karen Bouye, PhD, MPH, MS
3:32 p.m.     Workforce Diversity as a Social Determinant of Health: Expanding Conceptual Linkages to Health, Health Disparities, and Health Equity - Jeffrey Hall, Ph.D, M.S.P.H., C.P.H.
3:48 p.m.     Social Determinants of Women's Health: Exploring Intersections across Her Life Course - Pattie Tucker, BSN, MPH, DrPH, RN
4:04 p.m.     Civil rights as determinants of public health and racial and ethnic health equity - Robert Hahn, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Endorsed by: Community Health Planning and Policy Development, Ethics, Human Rights Forum, Public Health Social Work
CE Credits: CME, CHES, CNE, CPH, MCHES
5:00 pm-6:30 pm
4401.0 Hilton, Aqua Salon D
International Health Equity- Exploring best practices to improve health outcomes across the African diaspora  T
Moderator: Annette Johnson, EdD, MCHES, RD
5:00 p.m.     Violence as a Public Health Issue in Region IV: Policy Priorities for Vulnerable and Marginalized Minority Communities - Sunnetta Slaughter, Certified Law Enforcement Instructor DHS Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
5:20 p.m.     “Working to Achieve Health Equity by Informing Policy” - Vivian Lasley-Bibbs, MPH, CHFS PH
5:40 p.m.     Equity and Access: Healthcare Services and the Ever-Changing Landscape - Medina Tipton, MHA
6:00 p.m.     “From Food Swamps to Food Deserts: Creating Community Solutions on Addressing Increasing Obesity in the Southeast Region - Vivian Lasley-Bibbs, MPH
Endorsed by: Public Health Social Work
CE Credits: CME, CHES, CNE, CPH

6:00 pm-11:00 pm
426.0 SDCC, 14AB
Poindexter Dinner-Celebrating 50 years of Black Caucus of Health Workers - Honoring Our Past, Uplifting Our Future
Endorsed by: Public Health Social Work

Wednesday, November 14
8:30 am-10:00 am
5007.0 Hilton, Sapphire Ballroom OP
Professional Association working with Community Based Participatory Research, Early Career Professional, and Public Health Students Roundtable
Moderator: Sparkle Springfield, PhD
Discussant: Sean Addison, BS and LeChaun Kendall, MPH
Table 1        Young Public Health Professionals Research Initiative - Alfreda Holloway-Beth, PhD
Table 2        Culturally-Tailored Health Assessments To Assess The Holistic Health Of African American College Students at an HBCU - Tonya Roberson, MPH, PhD
Table 3        Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children (CLOCC) - Rachel Reynolds
Table 4        Mapping the Black Metropolis: Using Data Mapping to Improve Tobacco Control and Food Security In Black communities - Antwi Akom, Ph.D
Table 5        Experiences Conducting a Community Reproductive Health Survey in Tanzania - Bilikisu Elewonibi, M.P.H., Ph.D
Table 6        Influencing Childhood Obesity with Nutrition Education - Alyssa Rickman, MS
Table 7        Exploring Needs, Perceptions, And Barriers Of Non-Pharmacological Pain Treatments For Children With Sickle Cell Disease - Katie Badalamenti, MPH
Table 8        Association between Private Drinking Water Wells and the Incidence of Campylobacteriosis in Maryland: An Ecological Analysis Using Data from the Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network (FoodNet) - Rianna Murray, BSc, MPH
Table 9        Citizen Scientists: The ChicagoCHEC Prostate Research - Ray Willis, MPH
Table 10      Citizen Scientists: The ChicagoCHEC Search for Prostate Cancer Biomarkers in African American Men Project and the Role of Community Stakeholders in Prostate Cancer Research - Josef Ben Levi, PhD
Endorsed by: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs, Caucus on Public Health and the Faith Community, Community Based Public Health Caucus, Public Health Social Work
10:30 am-12:00 pm
5066.0 Hilton, Sapphire Ballroom OP
BCHW-HBCU Consortium: Rising above Institutional Inequity- Our Future Public Health Leaders Roundtable
Moderator: Cynthia M. Harris, PhD, DABT
Table 1        Assessing Needs and Assets of Adults in a Former Slave Community: The First Step to Addressing Health Disparities - Moya L. Alfonso, MSPH, PhD
Table 2        Exposure to violence and its health effects among African American children and youth, implications for Chicago’s Southside: A Meta-Analysis - Francis Oke, MD, MSN, MPH
Table 3        Unconscious Bias Effect on Health Equity - Nicolette Powe, DrPH, MCHES
Table 4        Urban Health Curriculum for Pre-Medical Students: Utilizing the Community as the Classroom - Lena Grafton, MPH, CHES
Endorsed by: Physical Activity, Public Health Social Work
5067.0 Hilton, Aqua Salon D
Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?
Moderator: George Smith, EdD, MPH
10:30 a.m.   Community solutions to eliminate the chaos: Developing the Urban Community Action Program to Reduce Gun Violence (UCAP-Gun Violence) - Brian Gilchrist, PhD, MPH
10:50 a.m.   Beyond Food Deserts: The Impact of Appetite Deserts in Low-Income Suburban Communities - Terry Mason, M.D.
11:10 a.m.   A Qualitative Inquiry Exploring Health, Lifestyle Choices and Neighborhood Decline in South Suburban Chicago, Illinois - Terry Mason, M.D.
11:30 a.m.   Impact of Social Determinants of Health on Racial Inequities in Preventive Health Practice between Young Black Men and Young White Men on College Campuses in North East Illinois - Terry Mason, M.D.
Endorsed by: Community Based Public Health Caucus, Public Health Social Work
CE Credits: CME, CHES, CNE, CPH
12:30 pm-2:00 pm
5123.0 Hilton, Aqua Salon D
Achieving health equity in behavioral and mental health  T
Moderator: Thometta Cozart, MS, MPH, CPH, CHES
12:30 p.m.  Exploring Black Public Health Worker's Experiences with an Evidence-Based Parenting Intervention - Cathea Carey
12:50 p.m.  Black Women Stressors and Coping Strategies: A Qualitative Exploration - Kamesha Spates, Ph.D., M.S.
1:10 p.m.     Citizenship Status Differences among African Americans who Perceived Discrimination in Health Care Settings - Sharon A. Bryant, PhD
1:30 p.m.     Mama’s VOICE Used to Redefine Post-partum Depression for Mothers of Color - Dayna Campbell, MS, PhD(c)
Endorsed by: Ethics, Mental Health, Public Health Social Work
CE Credits: CME, CHES, CNE, CPH
5124.0 Hilton, Sapphire 400B
Using social media as a movement for health equity
Moderator: Regina Phillips Tabon, Esq, MPH
12:30 p.m.  #BlackMentalHealth on Instagram - Randl Dent, M.S.
1:10 p.m.     How Gentrification Shapes the Social Determinants of Health in Washington, DC: A Pilot Study - Judy Lubin, PhD, MPH
1:30 p.m.     What’s in a Label?: Examining the efficacy of racial and ethnic social identity labels in health messaging - Felicia Harris, Ph.D.
Endorsed by: Public Health Social Work
CE Credits: CME, CHES, CNE, CPH