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If we are all created equally, then why am I treated differently: Contextualizing social determinants in understanding & explaining health outcomes, disparities, & equity among older African Americans - Shared screen with speaker view
Janet Prvu Bettger
19:04
Welcome everyone! We are recording
Janet Prvu Bettger
19:17
Welcome everyone! We are recording
Katherine Hall, Ph.D.
27:47
Please put any questions for Dr. Baker in the Q&A function. She will have an opportunity to respond at the end of her presentation.
LaSonia Barnett
33:17
Will this presentation be shared with the participants?
gina Upchurch
37:46
will we be able to get a copy of slides and link to talk? thanks!
Janet Prvu Bettger
39:40
Thank you for your question. We will follow with an updated weblink archiving this event!
LaSonia Barnett
40:26
Janet thank you so much!
Janet Prvu Bettger
41:10
:)
Janet Prvu Bettger
01:16:44
Thank you for joining today. Please respond to the 3 question survey https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9Kv9s257STGFghM and join us May 21st to discuss the NIA Health Disparities Framework to Optimize Aging Research
Kaitlyn Daly
01:29:06
Who/what places do you see as the key community stakeholders who have the greatest potential in moving the needle on reducing racial health disparities?
LaSonia Barnett
01:29:23
Dr. Baker this was a wonderful presentation.
LaSonia Barnett
01:32:09
How do we bridge the gap between the historically marginalized population and academic institutions when it comes to research participation authentically?
Janet Prvu Bettger
01:37:04
Q&A question from Julia: I’m curious about your thoughts on how mental health challenges may further contribute to disparities observed in older African American adults
Janet Prvu Bettger
01:45:13
Thank you for joining today. Please respond to the 3 question survey https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9Kv9s257STGFghM and join us May 21st to discuss the NIA Health Disparities Framework to Optimize Aging Research