BCPH Fellows 2023 BCPH Fellows – 2023 Below are the BCPH Thought Leadership for Public Health Fellows for 2023: Samuel R. Mendez Devin Hursey Victor Ekuta Kate Okorie Dr. Cullen Truett Dr. Yvette Efevbera
Hepatitis B and C: Prevalence and Care with Dr Matthew Andrews By Cordella Lyon, RN About 3.5 million Americans are currently living with Hepatitis C, and half are unaware of their infection. With Routine Screening and Linkage to Care we can end HCv by 2030. Get Tested! Like what you heard? More from Cordella Lyon […]
Caring Connections Podcast with HPHR Fellow Cordella Lyon By Cordella Lyon, RN HPHR Fellow Cordella Lyon discusses matters of public health and HIV with representatives from Caring Connections, Houston, TX. Like what you listened? More from Cordella Lyon here. Stay Connected with Cordella Lyon Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin-in Youtube
HIV 40 Years Later: Interview with Helen Turner By Cordella Lyon, RN 40 years after the first diagnosed case of HIV, advocay and public policy have led the progress in treatment and care. From treatment cocktails to one pill a day. Like what you heard? More from Cordella Lyon here. Stay Connected with Cordella Lyon […]
Interview With Dr. Rosanna Barrett: Disaggregating Data, Making Everyone Count By Cordella Lyon, RN Disaggregating data helps us to identify and address the needs of subpopulations that are captured in aggregate data. Like what you heard? More from Cordella Lyon here. Stay Connected with Cordella Lyon Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin-in Youtube
Life By Proxy: Interview with Greg Schwartz By Cordella Lyon, RN Cordella Lyon discusses the importance of Living Wills and Healthcare Proxies with Chaplain Greg Schwartz Like what you listened? More from Cordella Lyon here. Stay Connected with Cordella Lyon Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin-in Youtube
In this second piece together, Sofia and Nick stress the urgency of fighting for health equity for Canada’s Indigenous populations – now.
Here, Sofia Weiss Goitiandia talks to activist Nick Bauer about the injustices committed against Indigenous peoples in Canada, which do not always receive the attention they deserve.
This vlog discusses the importance of integrating the dental and medical fields when approaching cancer treatment plans.
As seen through Dalia’s eyes: reflections on the world of Global Health from a pioneering Sudanese activist (Part 3)
In this final instalment of Sofia and Dalia’s interview, Dalia synthesises her experiences as an activist in the field of Sexual and Reproductive Health, and shares her views on what ‘Decolonising Global Health’ means in practice.