Ethical Considerations in Organ Transplants: A Conversation
Join us for a facilitated conversation that will discuss how transplant decisions are identified and made, and how these decisions are shared with patients, families, and communities, ensuring organ donation is done in the most ethical way possible.
Original air date: June 14
Clinical Informatics: Empowering Physicians to Participate in the Data Revolution
Join us for a conversation that discusses the importance of physicians and healthcare professionals’ role in clinical informatics, and why it is important for this population to be involved in data collection and dissemination.
Original air date: May 4, 2022
Optometry's Role in Improving Population Health
Join Lori Grover, OD, PhD ’12 as she discusses the power of optometrists in public health and the importance of advocating for policies that promote comprehensive vision screening and remove inequities in access to eyecare.
Original air date: March 16, 2022
Evaluating the Built Environment to Prevent Youth Substance Abuse
Join Adam Milam, MD, PhD ’12, MHS ’09, for a conversation on how communities can directly impact the health and well-being of youth in the neighborhood and what some communities have done to ensure the safety of younger residents.
Original air date: February 15, 2022
Increasing access to Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) in Baltimore
Join Shanna Dell, BSN, MPH '17, as she discusses how the Baltimore City Health Department is working to prevent the spread of HIV in Baltimore.
Original air date: February 8, 2022
The Power of Narrative: Why Storytelling Matters in Public Health
Join David Fakunle, PhD '18, as he discusses why storytelling is a distinct pillar in public health that doesn't exist in other systems, why we need storytelling, and where it can take us.
Original air date: September 21, 2021
Research on Creating and Maintaining a Healthy Society and Healthy Economy
Join Sonia Sarkar, DrPH, MPH, for a discussion on how infrastructure and local entities can work together to support each other for the benefit of society and the economy.
Original air date: June 15, 2021