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Global Health Equity (IC workshop) - Shared screen with speaker view
Anne Child (she/her)
39:59
Studying inequities tells us where our global health investments can be targeted for best affect.
Anne Child (she/her)
42:28
except for Covid, I'm just not hearing it.
Louis Da Gama
45:20
we live in a world of sound bites and tick the box answers and without disaggregating data and unpacking the needs of marginalised communities, health equity will remain on the wish list.
Beth Wilson
48:14
Public Health folks in Washington State and many others have known about this for a long time, and working to address it. But there's not much funding for this work. It's called the Geni Coefficient.
Emily Kauffman
49:11
Also still a lot of messaging around personal responsibility in regard to health which isn't helpful.
Lester Wyborny
49:13
The data which indicates health inequity are just "representative" in a crude way. We must need to understand the total quality of life differences between these different population groups.
Pat Payne
49:35
Knowledge is power. It is good to identify the health inequalities so we have the opportunity to act.
Beth Wilson
52:01
Opps, Gini Coefficient
Beth Wilson
01:00:32
It would be interesting to look at vaccination rates in each country compared to the level of the rights of women in each nation. I bet there's a tight relationship.
Sabina Rogers (she/her)
01:03:24
Click on this link to add your ideas for who and what you think is perpetuating health inequities: https://jamboard.google.com/d/1vBP-DjNTf7NJENRRIN6K8IAm7Zmt9dJXn92YLjDJvfI/edit?usp=sharing
Sabina Rogers (she/her)
01:03:33
If you would like us to put them on the whiteboard for you, feel free to type in the chat.
Louis Da Gama
01:03:42
@bethwilson also very low rates in poor people and rural communities
Jean-Francois Tardif
01:04:10
take care of rural populations
Keerthana Samanthapudi
01:04:14
I think the doc might be view only rn?
gracehigginbottom
01:04:16
Inclusiveness
Mélissa Dubé (she/her) - Results Canada
01:04:17
I think we only have view access
Rayna Castillo
01:04:17
Local communities
Pat Payne
01:04:20
Train more nurses in low income and marginalized communities.
Jean-Francois Tardif
01:04:34
leverage community health workers
Global Engagement
01:04:39
Creating a sense of urgency
ywyborny@gmail.com
01:04:40
Provide clinics in areas where low rate of health services.
Leslye Heilig
01:04:46
Involve people being affected in decision making
Cathy
01:04:50
If the goals were to get to the very poorest
Jim Chaput
01:05:01
convince our leaders to put money into the effort
Nancy Gardiner (she/her) Coastal CT Global
01:05:03
Education
Keerthana Samanthapudi
01:05:07
Prioritize sustainability
Norah Kimwaga
01:05:09
Pay more attention to the rural population
James
01:05:10
Like has been said, those who are affected should have power to make change. People with lived experiences
Allison Gallaher (she/her)
01:05:12
figure out to reach the most marginalized FIRST
Anne Child (she/her)
01:05:14
address the lowest quintile
Elsbeth Brown (she/her) Philadelphia RESULTS / Partners In Health
01:05:17
Sticky note: “keep the drumbeat going- those of us “early adapters” aka RESULTS folx who have been talking about this for longer have the ethical duty to keep talking and acting opting out of despair”
Rachel azanleko’s iPhone
01:05:23
redistribution of wealth
Beth Wilson
01:05:26
Give women more power in their own families and communities.
Lester Wyborny
01:05:27
Tell the stories of those experiencing health inequity. Or better yet, have them come with us for our advocacy meetings - such as our experts on poverty.
Global Engagement
01:05:29
De-politicizing Global Health
Malvikha Manoj
01:05:38
Better representation in leadership and governance across various dimensions
Kathy Shearer
01:05:39
Persons in high income countries knowledge of inequities is a beginning
Tim Kropp
01:05:43
Measure the effects of how funding is spent
Sabina Rogers (she/her)
01:07:15
Thanks, everyone!
Sabina Rogers (she/her)
01:07:19
I hope I got everyone added
Eloise Sutherland
01:08:11
Is the Global Fund doing a better job of addressing health equity?
Tim Kropp
01:08:12
Great discussion, thank you.
Mélissa Dubé (she/her) - Results Canada
01:09:39
thank you, that was wonderful
Malvikha Manoj
01:09:39
Really great discussion, thanks everyone!
Crickett
01:09:55
thanks y’all!
Ken Patterson
01:09:59
great session
Leslye Heilig
01:10:07
Excellent! Thanks
Elsbeth Brown (she/her) Philadelphia RESULTS / Partners In Health
01:10:14
Love the interactive nature of this session - thanks so much
Pat Payne
01:10:22
Thx for interactive session. Great food for thought. Excellent
Beth Wilson
01:10:25
RESULTS could have an entire conference on health inequity, especially on how to communicate the issue to Members of Congress.
Norah Kimwaga
01:10:28
thank you all such a great discussion.
Keerthana Samanthapudi
01:10:34
Thank you so much!
Harry Bignell (she/her)
01:10:38
Fantastic session, thank you
Julia Ferguson
01:10:42
Thanks for a great session.
Lisa Marchal
01:11:09
Thank you!