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Mind the Gap: Innovation in COVID-19 Education, Engagement & Outreach
February 22 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
In this session of the Emergency Preparedness, Ethics and Equity series, researchers and community advocates will provide insights into a digital and print campaign developed to increase awareness about COVID-19 in Black and brown communities. Not A Host (NAH) is a grassroots effort designed to bridge the knowledge gaps around COVID-19 transmission and prevention and the systemic and structural influences that disproportionately impact minority communities. This collaborative effort has drawn the expertise of health behavior scientists, educators, epidemiologists, community psychologists and community advocates dedicated to equity in health.
- Bahby Banks, PhD, MPH, CEO of Pillar Consulting; adjunct faculty in the UNC Gillings School’s Public Health Leadership Program
- Katrice M. Perry, CHES, Master of Public Health candidate in health equity, social justice and human rights; research assistant at the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research
- Christina Yongue, MPH, MCHES, assistant professor and director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Public Health Education at UNC Greensboro; co-chair of the Social Justice & Advocacy Ministry at St. James Presbyterian Church
Moderator: Kauline Cipriani, PhD, associate dean for inclusive excellence and associate professor in the UNC Gillings School’s Public Health Leadership Program
This one-hour professional development opportunity counts toward the Gillings School’s annual inclusive excellence training requirement.