Closer to Creating Solutions

Episode 6 November 16, 2022 00:18:47
Closer to Creating Solutions
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Closer to Creating Solutions
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Show Notes

Listen as Reggie Tucker-Seeley shares his professional career journey and the path that has led him to his current role so he can be closer to creating solutions in the communities and populations he wants to serve. With over 20 years of public health experience, he walks us through the importance of not only defining health equity, health disparities and social determinants of health, but also creating a framework for creating change in those areas. 

This season is brought to you in collaboration with ZERO- The End of Prostate Cancer (ZERO). This builds upon the Promoting Health Equity in Cancer Care: A Virtual Workshop hosted by The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) which was co-chaired by Gwen Darien of NPAF and Reggie Tucker-Seeley of ZERO.

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