Public Health Matters - Advancing Health Equity


Tune in to this episode of Public Health Matters to gain a profound understanding of health equity, the enduring racial disparities in health care, and the essential work of supporting individuals as they reenter society.

In this episode of Public Health Matters, host, Dr. Christina Madison, engages in a profound discussion with Dr. Noha Abolelata, from the Roots Community Health Center in Oakland, California. Together, they explore the critical topic of health equity, discuss the persistent racial disparities within health care, and shed light on the essential work of supporting individuals transitioning out of incarceration.

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Key Takeaways

  • Uncovering the deep-seated racial disparities affecting health care access and outcomes
  • Unique challenges faced by individuals reentering society after incarceration
  • Strategies for providing comprehensive health care and support to vulnerable populations
  • The role of community-based organizations in promoting health equity
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