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Closing the Gap in Health Disparities - Shared screen with speaker view
harrellh
40:34
https://education.health.ufl.edu/community/community-resources/
harrellh
41:04
https://www.auntbertha.com/ This is another helpful resource
parkerd@ufl.edu
41:28
Thanks to all our panelists for sharing these valuable yet simple suggestions for providing better health care to our community members.
Chloe Warpinski
46:55
How do you continue to “show up” without over extending yourself, ensuring that you are able to be a quality partner for each group you work with? How do you stay both focused on a goal while keeping yourself open to new initiatives and possibilities?
parkerd@ufl.edu
55:26
Excellent forum.
parkerd@ufl.edu
56:11
Thank you Dr. Grant Harrell for bringing the community representatives to us at UFCOM.
Lynne Meyer
01:04:43
Am so thankful we are able to have this discussion. Thank you everyone
Mariam Rahmani
01:08:06
Thank you everyone for the discussion and resources
Beverly Dede, PhD
01:09:27
Dr. Harrell, thank you for encouraging the vote. Absentee ballots may be taken directly to early voting sites October 19-31 including the UF Reitz Union from 9am-6pm. I'm serving as an election worker this year, so say "hello" if you see me there!
Teneeshia Marshall (she/her/hers)
01:11:48
marshalltl@cityofgainesville.org
parkerd@ufl.edu
01:14:25
Should we contact the Volunteer office at the school? A teacher? Guidance counselor?
Morgan Andreoni
01:14:31
Boys and Girls Club at Woodland Park (less than 8 minutes from medical campus) are always looking for STEM volunteers as well
Teneeshia Marshall (she/her/hers)
01:15:22
My office can be contacted directly. We can work with your school for volunteer hours.
iPhone
01:17:52
Dorothy.acee.thomas@gmail.com or text 9177976738
Beverly Dede, PhD
01:17:59
Thank you, Drs. Harrell! Wonderful session
Rachel Coleman
01:18:30
Are there specific items on the ballot that we should vote for if we want to promote equity in Alachua County? What work can we do to help promote better access to housing and quality education for families?
Abeer Dagra
01:22:37
Thank you so much everyone for your time! it has been a wonderful session.
Martina Murphy
01:23:13
Arguably the most meaningful lunch hour in a long time. Thank you all SO so much for your time and expertise.
James
01:24:41
gnv4all@gmail.com
Steve Antoine
01:27:48
Thank you for this! wonderful discussion
jeb.justice@ufl.edu
01:27:52
Thanks!
Leah Noe (She/Her/Hers)
01:27:53
Thank you!
Trung Ho
01:27:57
Thank you so much!!!
Hugh Nguyen (he/him/his)
01:28:00
Thank you so much!
Cabbar Dundar
01:28:04
Thank you!
Agurah Humphreys
01:28:04
Thank you!
Chloe LaRochelle
01:28:08
Thank you!
Krizia-Ivana Udquim
01:28:08
This has been incredibly insightful! Thank you so much for your time!
CJ (Chelsea-Jane) Arcalas
01:28:13
Extremely meaningful. Thank you for what you do and for motivating us med student!
Alex Rodriguez
01:28:24
Thank you so much for your work!
Genesys Giraldo
01:28:34
This was very insightful. Thank you!
Krystal Stennett
01:28:34
This was so powerful. Thank you so much!
Pauline Lawrence
01:28:34
Very informative. Thanks
Joanne Andrade
01:28:35
Like what you said, this fuels us! Thank you!!
Isabelle Snider
01:28:51
Thank y'all for taking the time to tell us about your work in our community!
Jeffrey Dela Cruz
01:29:27
Thank you!