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Episode 75: Rasheera Dopson, MPH

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Release Date: 09/05/2023

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Interviewee: Rasheera Dopson, MPH

Interviewer: Peter Poullos, MD

Description: 

Today, we are joined by public health researcher and disability advocate Ms. Rasheera Dopson. In this episode, Ms. Dopson and Dr. Poullos discuss the interactions between disability and chronic illness, how the experience with disability and the healthcare system changes throughout different life stages, and the intersection of race, gender, and disability .

 Bio: Rasheera Dopson, MPH is a motivational speaker, podcaster, author, D.E.I.A. consultant, and qualitative researcher at the National Center of Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine. Her intersectional approach to systems thinking has supported organizations and their teams to advance equity and mitigate health disparities in multiply-marginalized communities through community engagement, policy development, education, and advocacy. She founded the Dopson Foundation whose organizational aim is to advance professional, health and social equity for women and girls with disabilities. 

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Resources: https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2023/01/10/black-women-leaders-and-disability-justice/

Keywords: disability, disability research, public health, intersectionality, chronic illness, rare diseases, health policy, BIPOC.

Produced by: Gabe Abrams, Jake Feeman and Lisa Meeks

Digital Media: Katie Sullivan

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