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Igniting Hope: Mobilizing Community Resources to Achieve Health Equity During a Global Pandemic - Shared screen with speaker view
gfnic
21:15
Good Morning all and thank you for joining us this morning.
Kelly Marie Wofford
28:38
Good morning Everyone. We encourage you to use this chat feature! Please keep your lines on mute. You are welcome to keep your video on or off. Please feel free to send your comments directly to me.
Elizabeth Quaye
32:03
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eedb
32:13
No sound with the video
Erica Rosemond
36:43
Good morning everyone! Very excited to be here! Have a wonderful conference today!
Kelly Marie Wofford
37:06
Good morning Everyone. We encourage you to use this chat feature! Please keep your lines on mute. You are welcome to keep your video on or off. Please feel free to send your comments directly to me.
Diane Elze
01:06:11
thank you, Rev Nicholas.
Stacy B
01:07:03
Wonderful illustration of the impact of early collaboration and call for equity in testing helped to mitigate the rate of COVID locally
Kelly Marie Wofford
01:38:34
Please ask your questions of Dr. Lesse here in the chat
Jennifer Britton
01:39:12
Happy Birthday Dr. Lesse!!
Lewis Wong
01:39:16
Happy Birthday Dr. L!!!!
Esha Chebolu
01:39:25
Happy Birthday, Dr. Lesse!
Susan Grinslade
01:39:26
Great presentation Alan. And, Happy Birthday
Emma Haley
01:39:27
Happy Birthday!
Nonye Odukwe
01:39:30
Dr Lesse what measures would you say that were implemented in Buffalo that helped flatten the curve, compared to other cities?
Nonye Odukwe
01:39:35
And of course, HAPPY BIRTHDAY :)
Elizabeth Quaye
01:39:38
happy birthday Dr. Lesse
Henry Taylor
01:39:47
outstanding presentation, Alan.
Chris Cohan
01:39:51
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ALAN!!
Rev Diann Holt
01:39:54
Happy Birthday
Michele Mercer
01:39:56
happy birthday Alan!
Gellenia Smallwood
01:40:01
Happy Birthday!!
Timothy Murphy
01:40:14
Great talk! Would you talk a bit more about the underlying reasons for the disproportionate impact of the pandemic in communities of color.
Kim Griswold
01:40:39
Alan, thanks for your talk and many happy returns of the day!
Gellenia Smallwood
01:40:48
How can schools use this data in return to school planning? For example schools with a high population of students from these zip codes.
AlHammondsCSSBB
01:41:07
Dr. Lesse, based on the data, can you please explain where you think we're headed on continued infection rates in the hot spot zip codes? Especially, over the next 6 month?
Diane Elze
01:41:14
I am stunned about the asthma hospitalizations. Are Black people getting substandard treatment when they access treatment? Do we know? Is it like Black women not being listened to during their pregnancies?
Kelly Patterson
01:41:21
Thanks for the informative talk Dr. Lesse and Happy Birthday!
gfnic
01:42:25
Great presentation Dr. Lesse
Stan Martin
01:42:36
Thank you Dr Lesse for the presentation. Are the specific strategies that South Korea implemented that the U.S. need to do to here at home?
Julie BarrettONeill- LISC WNY
01:43:13
Many of the contributing factors on slide 21 are commonly considered helpful mitigating factors for those working to address climate change (density, transit dependence). As we consider redevelopment and revitalization in 14215, how can we preserve those factors and protect public health?
rhr1
01:45:06
Can you remind us of the symptoms and what to do if you think you have covid 19. and a little bit about testing and contact tracing
Sue Ann Sisto
01:45:07
Do we know how nutrition plays a role in health outcomes and thus susceptibility to COVID-19?
Kelly Standage
01:45:37
Happy Birthday Dr. Lesse! Thank you for the informative presentation.
Stan Martin
01:45:56
Great comment! The system "structural racism" is deigned to do what we see in regards to health disparities and inequities. So true !
Francesca Mesiah
01:46:41
How are elected officals adding to this work, neighborhoods with constituants they represent? Elected officials include all elected officials.
Gellenia Smallwood
01:46:56
Thank you!!
Susan Grinslade
01:50:05
What can we do to ensure that vulnerable populations have access to and receive influenza vaccines which may mitigate the susceptibility to Covid
Cheryl Prescod
01:50:14
Important to use health equity data in school return planning for different regions. Cannot be one size fits all strategy as we know these disparities exist through the data.
Gellenia Smallwood
01:51:29
I agree @Cheryl Prescod.
Tamara Joseph
01:52:41
Dr. Lesse, can you speak to infection rates amongst pregnant people, particularly given the racial disparities. Are there particular risk factors or precautions when it comes to COVID and pregnancy?
rhr1
01:56:22
Thank you Dr. Lesse … My HERO! Happy Birthday!
Francesca B. Mesiah
01:56:44
Not a question, comment:Dr. Katherine Shanahan has great information on nutrition relation to disease, including COVID, diabetes, heart disease.
Timothy Murphy
01:57:16
What role does COVID testing play in reducing the impact of the pandemic on East Side communities?
Tanya Biscardi
01:59:41
Many are looking forward to a vaccine, but question the safety of one being developed and tested so quickly. can you speak to these fears and your comfort in the safety and efficacy of the first vaccines that will come out?
Francesca B. Mesiah
02:00:18
This is great format.
Lucy Connery
02:00:52
Agreed. Thank you!!
Kelly Patterson
02:00:52
What are your thoughts about the second wave and what do you see as the most critical factor in preventing the disease from re-spreading on the east side communities.?
Joseph Ventresca
02:00:53
https://www.buffalo.edu/ctsi/ignitinghope
Elizabeth Quaye
02:01:17
so are all of the sessions being repeated during the different time frames
Francesca B. Mesiah
02:01:21
With technology everything is possible.
Francesca B. Mesiah
02:03:39
For first session we stay on this lnk?
Diane Elze
02:04:03
can you put the link in again
Lucy Connery
02:04:14
Will we be given contact information for other breakout session leaders? All the topics are so important
Francesca B. Mesiah
02:04:27
Kelly, great job!
Joseph Ventresca
02:04:32
https://www.buffalo.edu/ctsi/ignitinghope
Jose A Quinones-Visot
02:04:44
Thank You....
Stacy B
02:04:51
Great job Kelly!
Armin StGeorge
02:05:06
What if you don
Joseph Ventresca
02:05:12
https://www.buffalo.edu/ctsi/ignitinghope
Armin StGeorge
02:05:34
What if you don’t have a UBIT ID? It’s asking for that to enter breakout
Jennifer Surtees
02:06:21
HousingLink: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85918839208Password: 08152020· EmploymentLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/94388388356Password: 08152020· Education / Back to SchoolLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/6158611440Password: 08152020· Mental Health During the PandemicLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/95013783856Password: 08152020
Francesca B. Mesiah
02:06:35
Links are in the orginal link sent for this conf.
LNicholas
02:06:50
there is only one password for all the zoomrooms
Sara Feinland
02:07:08
there is a small link under the sign in request; click that "join as an attendee" under the login info
Stacy B
02:07:45
To access the following Breakout Sessions, please use the corresponding link during the scheduled session times (9:45 AM, 11:30 AM, and 2:00 PM): · Housing Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85918839208 Password: 08152020 · Employment Link: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/94388388356 Password: 08152020 · Education / Back to School Link: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/6158611440 Password: 08152020 · Mental Health During the Pandemic Link: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/95013783856 Password: 08152020
Francesca B. Mesiah
02:08:09
• HousingLink: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85918839208Password: 08152020• EmploymentLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/94388388356Password: 08152020• Education / Back to SchoolLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/6158611440Password: 08152020• Mental Health During the PandemicLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/95013783856Password: 08152020HousingLink: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85918839208Password: 08152020• EmploymentLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/94388388356Password: 08152020• Education / Back to SchoolLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/6158611440Password: 08152020• Mental Health During the PandemicLink: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/95013783856Password: 08152020
Francesca B. Mesiah
02:15:27
At what point can we ask questions?
Lewis Wong
02:15:58
Right now!
Lewis Wong
02:19:20
Thanks so much for those of you who have contributed questions. Feel free to continue to message me with those questions, or raise your hand and we will call on you!
Kelly Standage
02:21:49
Dr. Lesse and Pastor Nicholas mentioned the "boots on the ground" and the great work of the health equity task force in controlling the spread of COVID-19. Would Dr. Lesse talk more about those specific actions? It seems like a bright spot. Can those actions be replicated into a model that addresses chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease?
Timothy Murphy
02:28:39
What role does COVID testing play in reducing the impact of the pandemic on East Side communities?
Kelly Standage
02:28:52
thank you Dr. Lesse & Dr. Murhpy!
AlHammondsCSSBB
02:30:55
The best way to increase trust in the community is to engage currently existing Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and churches who are already rooted in the community.
AlHammondsCSSBB
02:32:26
We ECMC/Millennium Collaborative Care have began to do this and establish this over the past 5 years of DSRIP
Cheryl Prescod
02:33:08
Thank you Dr. Lesse for your openness and honesty in these answers. so 8mportant in breaking down barriers
Jose A Quinones-Visot
02:33:20
Is there anything else we can do to protect our elders and the caregivers who are taking care of them?
Jennifer Meka
02:34:00
To everyone in the room who has been involved in this work, what has been the biggest surprise?
Francesca B. Mesiah
02:34:03
As grants are secured, what portion are targeting, healthy eating, nutriton, changing eating behaviors? Many cronic disease are tied directly into food, therefore money go towards community education, chronic disease and food?
Rev Diann Holt
02:34:07
Thank you Dr Lesse & Dr Murphy
Warren Marcus
02:36:04
In what ways as a academic leader at the UB medical school do you envision needed curriculum changes to prepare emerging physicians to practice as you suggested care should be delivered?
Jose A Quinones-Visot
02:37:05
Thank You Mr. Wong and Dr. Lesse
Armin StGeorge
02:37:38
Thank you Dr. LEsse
Cheryl Prescod
02:37:45
Joing from Toronto
Cheryl Prescod
02:38:34
and issues in communities hardest hit are the same. lots to learn from this conversation. thank you
Marie Cannon
02:46:53
Did this start? I can't hear anything.
Erin Danna-Bailey
02:47:05
on break
Marie Cannon
02:47:12
ok, thanks
Timothy Murphy
02:48:57
We will start at 10:30
gfnic
02:53:26
Welcome Rear Admiral Araojo, so glad you joined us this morning
rhr1
02:56:38
Thank you everyone for figuring out, in some cases how to get into the break-out sessions. I peeked in on the sessions, looks like we are gearing up for solution based conversations in our next two upcoming break-out sessions
4xLNRW
02:57:13
Kudos to the committee.
rhr1
02:57:40
Thank you to all of our breakout sessions presenters... You are wonderful
Kelly Marie Wofford
03:01:05
Please submit all media/press questions and requests for the FDA please to: Gloria Sanchez-Contreras Gloria.Sanchez-Contreras@fda.hhs.gov
rhr1
03:03:32
Good Morning Rear Admiral... so proud to have to you with us. How do we reconcile the history of clinical trials in communities of color with our desperate need for inclusion of racial minorities in clinical trials? What should we in the community help with building trust and dismantling fears and distrust?
4xLNRW
03:08:45
Following conference, will If participants have to step away, will presentations be available on You Tube? available
Joseph Ventresca
03:09:48
The presentation is being recorded and will be available on our website sometime next week
4xLNRW
03:10:33
Thank you, FBM
4xLNRW
03:13:47
Good Morning Rear Admiral,
Kinzer M Pointer
03:17:57
Rear Admiral Richardae Araojo it is an AWESOME privilege to have you join us here. Thank You. Blessings!!!
4xLNRW
03:18:55
Good Morning Rear Admiral, how can we assist with communicating FDA research to our network? Does the NAACP National Health Committee have information for sharing with 100’s of Branch Health Committee across the country? FBM
Susan Grinslade
03:20:11
As we move forward with the mission of UB Health Equity Research Institute these resources will be important as with work with our community partners and research participants.
rhr1
03:20:55
Take a moment... have water
Marie Cannon
03:22:11
Rear Admiral Araojo, thank you for spending time with us! We are grateful for your leadership.
Kelly Marie Wofford
03:24:10
Please submit all media/press questions and requests for the FDA please to: Gloria Sanchez-Contreras Gloria.Sanchez-Contreras@fda.hhs.gov
Heather Orom
03:24:12
Thank you RADM Araojo- Everyone should have equal access to clinical trials as these are often cutting edge treatments; however why do we see some folks promoting the idea that treatments might function differently in different races when all the scientific evidence suggests that genetic differences in health outcomes and responses to treatment due to ancestry (let alone race) are few and far between. In other words how can we both biologize race and say it’s a social construction? thanks.
Nancy Nielsen
03:25:01
Rear Admiral, will your office within FDA be involved in planning equitable distribution of vaccine, when one is approved for use, or will that be determined in some other way. Obviously, we're also going to need to encourage minority participation in vaccine trials.
Diane Elze
03:26:54
It does not help that they called it Operation Warp Speed which implies lack of safety.
Stacy L Beauford
03:27:06
VERY ambivalent about what feels like a rushed, untested vaccine...
Stacy L Beauford
03:27:41
AGREED Diane!
Kinzer M Pointer
03:28:15
this is good stuff~
Stacy L Beauford
03:28:43
😂
Diane Elze
03:29:20
we are very grateful that you are here.
4xLNRW
03:29:23
you’re human, coughing is natural, and it’s ok🙋🏽‍♀️
Cheryl Prescod
03:29:57
Thank you @Rev George Nicholas for comments on stigma and mistrust in minority communities due to historical misuse of trials and data. Need to utilize best practices to improve this trust by build better stewardship of research to achieve positive health outcomes for all.
Rev Diann Holt
03:30:03
Amen, because within our African American Communities we have large subcultures and they are over looked. These subcultures are not trusting as it relates to health and the majority of social disparities that they are experiencing.
4xLNRW
03:31:44
What will it take for African American and Latino to trust? FBM
Kristina Torres
03:31:47
Rebuilding trust is a good way of framing it, due to the historical issues with the mistreatment of African Americans in medical research. People need to know if and how things have changed.
4xLNRW
03:32:29
How do we get message of how things have changed?
Asim Johnson
03:33:08
very informative. Thank you!
rhr1
03:35:28
Would UB be eligible to being a CERSI partner? If so what do we need to do?
jddaniels
03:35:31
you cannot get a message out of how things have changed when things like Tuskegee, henrietta laks etc.. are not widely acknowledged
Janvere -
03:36:36
How can we access these trainings that have been identified?
Diane Elze
03:37:05
our government has allowed COVID 19 to run rampant through communities of color, through correctional facilities, without adequate treatment and testing. How will we know hen and if change has happened ? Thank you. Wonderful presentation.
Henry Taylor
03:37:07
no apologies needed. the presentation was great.
Elizabeth Quaye
03:37:21
thank you
Timothy Murphy
03:37:53
Has FDASIA been effective in ensuring that race and ethnicity information are collected on participants of clinical trials? Is reporting of race data on clinical trial participants mandatory?
Alan Lesse
03:38:10
Wonderful presentation
Oswaldo Mestre Jr. "Oz"
03:38:15
Great presentation thank you!
Erica Rosemond
03:38:23
NIH has just launched the following website to use in talking to communities about COVID-19: https://covid19community.nih.gov/
rhr1
03:38:33
happy to be in a pilot with training here in Buffalo
Rev Diann Holt
03:38:37
Thank you Admiral Richardae Araojo
Erica Rosemond
03:39:34
Expect an email from NIH RADM Richardae Araojo to further our synergies! Thank you!
Susan Grinslade
03:40:21
Great presentation and important information as we move forward.
4xLNRW
03:41:13
Are their clinical trials community can do from their home? Would eliminate transportation problem.
Timothy Murphy
03:41:30
Thank you Dr. Rosemond. A strong NCATS FDA partnership will go a long way toward increasing diversity in clinical trials.
rhr1
03:41:36
can I say out loud how I am feeling reenergized by the participation of all of you... speakers, participants, presenters, and student resource teams! keep up the questions in the chat!
Warren Marcus
03:44:39
Can you give an example of a either success or not success initiatives that you are aware of and what take aways can you share? from it?
rhr1
03:46:02
Are their any initiatives that have been successful in other communities in getting more diversity in clinical trials that we can learn from?
Gil Wolfe
03:47:28
While complex, multinational trials including one I directed provide a great opportunity to enrolling diverse populations. We are developing better networks inside the US. But any thoughts on FDA or NIH partnering with countries and setting up networks that are shovel ready so to speak
Mercedes Rubio
03:48:03
Yes thank you!
Mercedes Rubio
03:48:09
This was fantastic!
Joseph Ventresca
03:48:25
https://www.buffalo.edu/ctsi/ignitinghope
Janvere -
03:48:28
Thank you this was very informative.
Jose A Quinones-Visot
03:50:14
Thank you RADM
Stacy L Beauford
03:50:42
Wonderful! Thank you RADM!
Lewis Wong
04:04:04
Thank you for those who have submitted questions. Please feel free to continue entering questions in the chat box or chime in.
Esha Chebolu
04:04:28
What are current practices of reaching out to the community by clinical trials? Do they start with a focus group?
4xLNRW
04:08:33
For community diverse participation, does FDA shared Clinical Trial Outcome information with national Black newspapers making communities aware. FBM
4xLNRW
04:09:31
Comment: Thank you for stressing importance of health fairs..again, thank you FBM
Kinzer M Pointer
04:10:36
Language matters. Would it be helpful to nuance the semantics around clinical trials???
Kinzer M Pointer
04:15:08
Segregated by POLICY
4xLNRW
04:17:14
Also, Segregated because people want their silo.
4xLNRW
04:18:38
Agree with Rev. Pointer, have to use language before people became professionals.
Cheryl Prescod
04:20:23
Importance of authentic partnerships with community members and front line workers in dealing with these complex issues. As stated earlier in a keynote, we need boots on the ground
Jennifer Surtees
04:25:26
We can also leverage interdisciplinary relationships - with GSE and SSW and CAS - to help in science communication.
Jennifer Surtees
04:26:22
There is also a tremendous interest amongst trainees - the next generation of clinicians and researchers - in engaging with the community.
4xLNRW
04:27:30
What are the comments of Board of Block Clubs? Difficult to have this conversation without people been doing this work in community for years. Board of Block Clubs, very active in the Buffalo community.
Oswaldo Mestre Jr. "Oz"
04:28:08
block clubs play a strong role and should in this conversations
Kinzer M Pointer
04:28:33
are the board of block clubs present in this forum???
Kinzer M Pointer
04:29:12
all of us must insist on active participation from all of us!!!
Oswaldo Mestre Jr. "Oz"
04:29:44
@ Pointer I want to assist in that area
4xLNRW
04:30:31
Members of Board of Block Clubs received email, recommend personal invite?
Cheryl Prescod
04:31:44
Tremendous expertise/knowledge in communities that is overlooked and ignored by academics and institutions. Leverage this wealth of experience with more investments.
Stan Martin
04:32:13
Great discussion
4xLNRW
04:32:16
Thank you🙋🏽‍♀️🇺🇸
rhr1
05:03:36
I hope you all are enjoying your lunch.Thank you everyone for your participation in today's forum. Thank you for your interest in this movement to save lives through the reductions of the root causes of poor and life-shortening health conditions. After the next keynote presenter, you will have your final opportunity to weigh in on next steps after this conference. Please think about how you might contribute beyond the participation in todays event... Looking forward to hearing from Dr. V!
4xLNRW
05:26:44
Dr. V is great! Waiting for his book🙋🏽‍♀️
Doris Carbonell-Medina
05:31:36
Thanks Dr. V, your posts were very helpful to those of us isolated at home!
4xLNRW
05:38:13
If not receiving Dr.V’s, Friday’s newsletter, highly recommend you sign up. Great articles, great resource. FM
Warren Marcus
05:39:56
I am impressed with how you use efficiencies of the business sector - including high tech - with a practice that exemplifies quality of care and positive impact for disadvantaged population group.
rhr1
05:42:12
What implications does the crisis driven work have on the future of our interaction during the pandemic and on the future of primary health care...
4xLNRW
05:45:01
We do not understand medical terms.
Elizabeth Quaye
05:45:54
med student here. he’s basically referring to the system that regulates blood presure
Elizabeth Quaye
05:46:52
and how some treatments for hypertension or high blood pressure can reduce the amount of receptors available thus ameliorating symptoms
4xLNRW
05:47:16
Then should use language..most of the presentation is understood.
4xLNRW
05:49:21
Can you do COVID testing during outdoor health fairs?
4xLNRW
05:50:06
Kinzer M Pointer
05:50:48
we are already doing testing in our Church parking lots.
Oswaldo Mestre Jr. "Oz"
05:50:55
well done and amen! Dr. V
Henry Taylor
05:51:03
Outstanding, Dr. V.
4xLNRW
05:51:12
Speak things into Exsitence🙋🏽‍♀️🙋🏽‍♀️ Excellent👊🏽👊🏽
Diane Elze
05:51:24
great presentation. thank you so much.
Jennifer Britton
05:51:49
Thank you Dr. V., your presentation was so insightful! We are lucky to have you as alum of the med school and driving force in our community!
Molly Ranahan
05:52:12
this was excellent - thank you Dr. V!
Elliana Gianacopoulos
05:52:27
Thank you, Dr. Vazquez!
gfnic
05:52:41
we are blessed to have Dr. V in the community.
AlHammondsCSSBB
05:52:58
Thanks Dr. V. Nice presentation.
Timothy Murphy
05:53:04
Excellent talk and great work1 You mentioned influenza season coming. Will you talk more about how that will affect your approach to evaluating and treating patients with respiratory symptoms.
keli luchey
05:53:12
Thank you Dr. V for doing all that you have done and continue to do to serve our community. Excellent idea re: the schools. Duly noted
Janvere -
05:54:22
In Toronto we have just started to do COVID Mobile testing. Yet we are realizing that there are so many myths that keep people away. Can you speak more on the community structures that supports trust and dispel myths?
keli luchey
05:55:37
Good GOOD Trouble!
Rev Diann Holt
05:55:48
wow, so true
gfnic
05:56:06
Dr. V please expand on the need to invest resources in the Social Determinants of Health. Gov't, Foundations, Insurers....
4xLNRW
05:56:07
G-Enterprise stands for ‘Genius’
Gellenia Smallwood
05:56:28
Thank you Dr. V!!!!
Cheryl Prescod
05:57:04
How can we improve digital equity for communities with barriers to technology access esp as we move more into virtual care.
Joshua Klepes (he/him/his)
05:58:53
thank you dr. v! How will we ensure that are economically impoverished will get the covid-19 vaccine when it comes out? I am concerned that because it will be in high demand, most if all of the stock will go to affluent communities first
4xLNRW
05:59:40
Kelly, please ask Dr. V about importance of good health and nutrition. Dr. V, provides opportunity for patients to purchase fresh fruits and veggies throughout the year.
Rev Diann Holt
06:00:18
How will you work with medical practices that have a large African American client population who need to do what you’re doing.
Kristina Torres
06:00:26
I love your point of making sure any gains in funding and recognition from medical research is returned to the community.
Ashley Jeanlus
06:00:47
Good trouble :)
Gellenia Smallwood
06:00:55
Educate our community at their level!!!! That’s how we break barriers and address historical medical trauma.
Timothy Murphy
06:01:29
The pandemic is teaching us how to use telehealth effectively. Are there downsides of increased telehealth? Getting lab tests? Physical exam? other things?
Diane Elze
06:01:29
Yes! Reparations!!
Elliana Gianacopoulos
06:04:45
How are you looking into how the community has suffered outside of COVID-19? For example, physicals for work/routine screenings such as pap smears and mammograms/ follow-ups on abnormal results? How many people are suffering without access to these moreso now than ever? Through Lighthouse, which has been closed since March, it’s been extremely tough to ensure our patients are getting quality care when so many other clinics are closed too. We also learned that the referral process is tough and many people are unable to follow up due to several barriers. How would you advise small clinics at this time to help Black and brown community when we are still closed due to COVID-19??
rhr1
06:04:49
Data is the oil
rhr1
06:06:30
equity vs. equality
Warren Marcus
06:07:29
How do we get a more proportional populations representation of minority groups into leadership roles in clinical care -?
rhr1
06:07:57
and into the medical faculty
Cheryl Prescod
06:07:59
Ethical frameworks must include robust equity lens to ensure vaccines are accessible to those needing it the most.
Henry Taylor
06:09:03
You seem to be talking about a highly decentralized system of medicine combined with telemedicine. Is this perception correct?
Warren Marcus
06:10:08
Also in graduate clinical schools of medicine, dentistry, behavioral health to just name a few.
rhr1
06:10:58
30 million people in the US have food insequity
rhr1
06:11:19
what to do in Buffalo during this pandemic
Marie Cannon
06:12:56
Dr. V, Thank you not only for your passion, and the work you continue to do on behalf of our community.
Elliana Gianacopoulos
06:15:36
Yes Karole!
Alan Lesse
06:16:35
Some of those very students are on this conference today!
Oswaldo Mestre Jr. "Oz"
06:17:28
Real, deliberate and meaningful relationships underscores trust... thank you Dr. V for highlighting that. I recently wrote an op ed that was published nationally I tested positive and wanted to share my experience and that of Buffalo and about establishing Covid-19 Testing Sites for All and honestly much of what the work Dr. V and CBO's and all was doing in Buffalo was shared. A person’s race shouldn’t dictate opportunities for good health. Thank you Dr. V from one black and brown kid who grew up in NYC in the projects to another! https://www.routefifty.com/health-human-services/2020/08/establishing-covid-19-testing-sites-all/167626/ Great conference and conversation.
Rev Diann Holt
06:18:49
so true, the work is being done without payment
Warren Marcus
06:18:56
To reach your goals there needs to changes in Board membership toward better representation of the community.
Jose A Quinones-Visot
06:19:27
Thank You Dr. V
Susan Grinslade
06:19:38
absolutely great -
Joseph Ventresca
06:19:56
https://www.buffalo.edu/ctsi/ignitinghope
rhr1
06:20:01
Ok lets talk solutions
Rev Diann Holt
06:20:04
awesome sauce Dr. V
Diane Elze
06:20:06
fabulous presentation. thank you for your work, Dr. V
Kelly Patterson
06:20:27
Thank you Dr. V your work is inspirational.
rhr1
06:20:27
ideas ideas ideas
4xLNRW
06:21:24
Can Dr.V see our chat?
Lewis Wong
06:21:45
Yup!
4xLNRW
06:22:44
Comment: Feel Dr. V and wife should write children’s book on their success! Francesca
4xLNRW
06:24:15
Great.. for writing the book, Francesca Mesiah
Lewis Wong
06:24:24
For those of you who have submitted questions, thank you! Please feel free to continue entering questions in the chat box or raise your hand to chime in!
Warren Marcus
06:25:18
The key is get off the ground before you get called out by the referree
Warren Marcus
06:26:07
A good motto is "Don't let them count you out"
Jose A Quinones-Visot
06:30:50
Thank You Mr. Mestre Jr.