Advancing intervention science through a phenomenological study of internalized racial oppression

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"Advancing intervention science through a phenomenological study of internalized racial oppression to identify factors to inform development of equitable collection action interventions in cardiovascular health to embolden low income Black women living in public housing" by Dr. Jennifer Warren, Executive Director of The Center for African American Health Disparities Education & Research, Inc.

This presentation advances intervention science by identifying contributory and psychosocial factors of internalized racial oppression as underlying change mechanisms to address biopsychosocial challenges within cardiovascular health interventions targeting low income Black American women. Using interpretative phenomenology, secondary latent coding gathered phrases and inferences from 6, 2-hour semi-structured focus group transcripts on cardiovascular health with 32 low-income Black women to inductively investigate internalized racial oppression among low-income Black American women living in public housing.

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Date/Time

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 - 12:00pm