Topics: Public health history, lessons learned from past disease outbreaks, community efforts to address COVID-19.
Description: Public health has evolved over time and plays an important role in people’s lives. Take COVID-19 for example, which has had a disproportionate impact on Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC) and has made the case for greater investments in policy, systems, and environmental changes and in equitable public health practices. In this training, participants will explore the role of public health in pandemics and how centering equity protects us all versus just some.
Audience: Coalition members and leaders, public health professionals and historians, community members.
Trainers: Daisy Ortega and Tonayo Crow, Health Resources in Action
Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to:
MADPH Coalition Criteria Addressed: