CCHE Video Resources

CCHE collaborates with on and off-campus partners to host and co-sponsor health equity related programming year round! We typically highlight local, health equity focused partnerships and these video captures can be a great resource for teaching or research training! Some of the presenters you will see are alumni of our Health Equity Leadership Institute (HELI), awardees of Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP) funding, nationally recognized speakers, and more.

If you have an idea you’d like to share with our audiences, reach out to us!

Video Library

Thriving as an Early-$tage Investigator: The Untold Do’s and Don’ts

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Recorded July 16, 2021

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This presentation of the 2021 Health Equity Leadership Institute (HELI) featured HELI 2011 Alumna Dr. Tisha M. Felder and HELI 2016 Alumnus Dr. Charles R. Rogers with facilitation by HELI 2010 Alumnus Dr. Anthony J. Santella. They shared invaluable insight on (1) lessons learned from securing and leading their highly competitive training grant awards from the National Cancer Institute, (2) how to effectively be health-equity and community-engaged junior professors at research intensive universities, and (3) effectively building and expanding collaborations with community leaders to eliminate health disparities.

The Power of Community Academic Partnerships in Health Equity

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Recorded May 27, 2021

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At this session of the 2021 Health Equity Leadership Institute (HELI) we heard from three health equity partnerships that are having impact by recognizing and drawing on unique community and academic knowledge and assets, taking action and making change!

  • Black Men’s Mental Health and Well-being (9:00-28:00)
  • Peer Partnering: Peer Support for African Americans/Blacks with Diabetes (31:00-48:00)
  • Stepping On to Pisando Fuerte: Lessons Learned by Hispanics/Latinos while adapting for Hispanics/Latinos
    (50:00-1:06:00)

African Americans, Research & Our Future: Understanding Precision Medicine and the All of Us Research Project

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Recorded August 29, 2020

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CCHE and the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness convened a critical community conversation about the evolving world of research, precision medicine, what this means for African Americans, and the efforts of the national All of Us Research Project to expand solutions for improving community health.

We were joined by special expert guests, Dr. Goldie Byrd, Director of the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity at Wake Forest University; Dr. Karriem Watson, Associate Executive Director of the Mile Square Health Center at the University of Illinois – Chicago; Annie Weatherby Flowers, Madison resident and All of Us participant; and Ms. Veronica Robinson, Great Granddaughter of Henrietta Lacks, a Black woman whose life changed the field of medicine.

Juneteenth 2021 Virtual Health Panels Programs – Celebration of Black Resilience

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Recorded June 18, 2021

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In collaboration with the Kujichagulia Center for Self-Determination:

  • Our Legacy and the Social Determinants of Health (Start – 1:04)
    • Speakers: Erin Bailey, MS, and Aaron Perry
  • Transitioning into a New Normal (1:08:30 – 2:13)
    • Brandon Sterling MS, and Uchenna Jones, RN
  • Reclaiming the Narrative Part 1: How Black Americans are Leading Precision Medicine (2:13:10 – 3:36)
    • Karriem Watson DHSc, MS, MPH, and Veronica Robinson

Panels moderated by Joshua Wright, Juneteenth Planning Committee, Virtual Health Program Coordinator

Leveraging Social Networks: The Role of Community Influencers

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Recorded April 16, 2021

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CCHE was pleased to host this session to learn about a community-academic partnership using unique social media strategies with the Oneida Nation and Dane County Latinx and African American communities.

The talk highlighted how community influencers use responsive, culturally congruent, targeted messages and pathways intentionally designed to impact community health and community assets. Our panel of colleagues from on- and off-campus discussed how the partnership came together and highlighted community influencers’ role and key skills. They also featured the particular methods each influencer used, including corrective steps taken to refine and adjust practice mid-stream.

Thank you to all project team members!

  • Carey Gleason, PhD, Project Co-PI
  • Maria Mora Pinzon, MD, Project Co-PI
  • Melissa Metoxen, MS, Project Co-PI
  • Sacheen Lawrence, Oneida Community Advocate
  • Venus Washington, Black Community Advocate
  • Ashley Benitez, LatinX Community Advocate on Instagram
  • Lizbeth Solorzano, LatinX Community Advocate on Twitter
  • George Levy, Media Specialist
  • Ornella Hills, Communications Assistant
  • Daniel Summers, Researcher
  • Ilan Kolkowitz, Researcher

Talking Barbershop – Improving Black Men’s Health: The Barbershop Community Engagement Model

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Recorded June 23, 2020

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This webinar highlighted successes and challenges to using the Barbershop Community Engagement Model in Greater Madison and nationally to help improve Black men’s health.

Panelists:

Jeff “JP” Patterson
JP Hair Design

Aaron Perry
Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association

Dr. Stephen Thomas
Maryland Center for Health Equity

Moderator: Tyson Jackson
UW-Collaborative Center for Health Equity