Join us on Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 for an ongoing discussion about child protection with Lawrence Dickens and Cory Chenevert.
For our February CHAT we have Dr. Laalitha Surapaneni – speaking about climate change and health. Please see attached for a flyer.
Join us on Tuesday, January 8th at 5:30PM for the film The Truth about Alcohol, a movie about the risks, benefits, and science behind alcohol.
Join us on Tuesday, December 11 to hear Kari Gusso, author of A Kingdom Far Away, give a talk entitled “Mental Illness is not a Crime.”
Join us on November 13th at 5:30 PM to hear Maria Veronica Svetaz, Medical Directory of “Aqui Para Ti/Here for you” and Director of the Center for Health Equity Leadership for a discussion of the pervasive and harmful health effects of racism.
Join us on Tuesday, October 9 at 5:30 PM to hear TC Food Justice Executive Director Hannah Volkman to discuss how the social determinants of health align and intersect with food insecurity, food waste, and food justice in the Twin Cities and innovative programs being implemented to challenge the hunger relief status quo.
Join us on Tuesday, September 11th at 5:30 PM to hear Joel Oguta give a talk called: “Living off the Land: A Day in the Life of Subsistence Farming on a Remote Kenyan Island in Lake Victoria.”
Join us this week to hear Dr. Charles Rezinkoff lead a conversation about forthcoming regulations on opioid prescription. Dr. Reznikoff is an internal medicine and addiction medicine doctor at Hennepin County Medical Center. He participates in the state opioid provider work group regulation opioid prescriptions to Medicaid recipients. He has also coauthored pain guidelines with the Institute of Clinical Systems Improvement.
Join us on Tuesday, April 13 at 5:30 PM to hear Mike Klein, Ed.D. speak on gun violence and where art and medicine intersect in this pressing public health issue.
Join us this week for a discussion with MDHEQ (Minnesota Doctors for Health Equity).
Minnesota Doctors for Health Equity is a statewide coalition of physicians working toward health equity for all Minnesotans. They believe everyone deserves to live a healthy life, regardless of their race, gender, age, income, or neighborhood.
Health equity for all Minnesotans is possible when the root causes of poor health are addressed. Examples of these root causes include poverty, racism, gender inequity, climate change, and limited access to health care.