We’re excited! The UW Health Equity Leadership Institute is going virtual!
HELI 2021 will take place via 3 virtual sessions to occur between May and August. Each session is designed to inspire and to celebrate achievement while also maintaining our high standard of keeping it real. We are opening up virtual programming to an expanded audience of HELI alumni, prospective HELI Scholars, on- and off campus experts and instructors, and lay members of the public who are curious about what community-academic partnerships are and what health equity scholars do.
Session 1 will occur on Thursday, May 27th and will feature 3 UW HELI alum and their community partners sharing about their work (see below), why it’s important, and how it may have value in work you do and settings you operate in. Session 1 will be facilitated by HELI 2016 alum Charles Rogers, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Utah School of Medicine.
Date: Thursday, May 27
Time: 9-10:30am CST
Platform: Zoom webinar
Please join us to learn from three health equity partnerships that are having impact by recognizing and drawing on unique community and academic knowledge and assets, taking action and making change!
- HELI 2014 alumna Olayinka Shiyanbola, PhD, Associate Professor, UW-Madison School of Pharmacy with Ms. Julia Means, RN, Parish Nurse at Ebenezer Church of God in Christ, Milwaukee, and Community Health Ministry Nurse with Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital, Milwaukee
- HELI 2016 alum Alvin Thomas, PhD, Assistant Professor, UW-Madison School of Human Ecology with Mr. Aaron Perry, CEO and Founder of Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association
- HELI 2018 alumna Maria Mora Pinzon, MD, Assistant Scientist and Postdoctoral Trainee, UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health with Sául Juarez Aguilar, ProHealth Care Manager of Care Management, Hispanic Health Resource Center (HHRC) & Shary Pérez Torres, MPH, Health Research Program Coordinator, United Community Center (UCC)
Don’t miss it – Register here!
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