PHDR invites you to join us at our monthly Health Equity Seminar Series. The seminars provide a platform for academics and community engaged in health disparities research and/or programming to present their work.
Dates: 2nd Tuesdays of the month (Sep - Jun)
Location: Zoom **Seminars will be held virtually until further notice.
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Continuing Education Credits Available+
+Provided by the Midwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety
June 2022 Health Equity Seminar:
"Reducing Cervical Cancer Screening Disparities Through A Primary Care-Based HPV Self Sampling Intervention"
Rebekah Pratt, PhD
Assistant Professor, Program in Health Disparities Research
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Medical School, University of Minnesota
Rachel Winer, PhD, MPH
Director of Research, Center of American Indian and Minority Health
Professor, Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health
University of Washington
2021-2022 Seminar Schedule
The schedule will be updated as topics are finalized. Please check back for updates.
September 14, 2021: 2021 State of PHDR
December 14, 2021: Healthy Engaged Lifestyle to Prevent Stroke (HELPS) Study | HELPS Research Team
January 13, 2022: Conducting Research For and With Indigenous Communities | Mary Owen, MD
*Joint PHDR/FMCH Research Division Seminar
February 8, 2022: The University's Role in Substance Use Disorder Leadership Post-COVID | Laura Palombi, PharmD
March 15, 2022: Comics as a Means Toward Radical Healing: The Other Ones by Lee | Richard Lee, PhD
*Joint PHDR/HEWG Seminar
April 12, 2022: "After two years, how are Latino communities dealing with COVID -19 and the sequels? Sharing experiences from working with Latine People in MN." | Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research (HACER)
May 10, 2022: Partnerships in Medical Education within Regional Indigenous Communities | Michael Sundberg, MD, MPH & Mary Owen, MD
June 14, 2022: Reducing Cervical Cancer Screening Disparities Through A Primary Care-Based HPV Self Sampling Intervention | Rebekah Pratt, PhD & Rachel Winer, MD, MPH
Last updated: 1/20/2022