Watch a fantastic feature story on AZ CEAL’s COVID Youth Art on Cronkite News https://youtu.be/uNL5NfqOLu0
How does racism embedded in policies, practices and interpersonal interactions influence the well-being of Black Arizonans?
A workshop on June 3, at the High Country Conference Center in Flagstaff, brought together community leaders, faculty, students and community members from across the state to examine health equity issues that have historically and currently affected people… Read more
The Center for Health Equity Research held a hybrid Adolescent Health workshop on May 12 at the North Country Conference Center in Flagstaff with about half the attendees participating online. Speakers included Amanda Pollitt, PhD, and Linnea Evans, PhD, assistant professors with the Department of Health Sciences and the Center for Health Equity… Read more
12 youth and young adults each to win a $250 prize
First, youth and young adults were invited to craft creative COVID-19 public health messages. Now, it’s the community’s turn to choose their favorites.
The Arizona Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL) Against COVID-19 Disparities set out to inspire Arizona youth and young adults… Read more
In August, Linnea Evans received an award from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities Loan Repayment Program for her project “Changes in the Daily Lives and Wellbeing of Racial/Ethnic Minoritized Adolescents during COVID-19 and Racial Unrest.”
The highly competitive NIMHD Loan Repayment Program (LRP) offers loan repayment awards of up to $100,000 per year to health professionals with doctoral… Read more
According to Samantha Sabo, getting the COVID-19 vaccine to people who need it most requires a team approach with key experts in rural… Read more