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Webinar: The Social Determinants of Health: Overview and Implications for Clinical Practices
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7/19/2017
When: Wednesday, July 19, 2017
12:00 PM
Where: GoToMeeting
United States
Presenter: Paul A Gilbert, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Community and Behavior Health, Univ. of Iowa
Contact: WMGMA
920-560-5621


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This webinar introduces the concept of social determinants of health—defined as the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age—and explains their effects on health status and related behaviors. It provides an overview of relevant research, including a conceptual model developed by the World Health Organization. Designed for health care providers, it will lay the foundation for participants to apply the social determinants of health framework to their clinical practice and other professional activities.

Objectives

1. Describe the social determinants of health.
2. Explain the World Health Organization’s conceptual model of the social determinants of health.
3. Identify potential pathways shaping individual and group differences in health outcomes seen in clinical practice.

Speaker Bio

Dr. Gilbert is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Community and Behavioral Health at the University of Iowa College of Public Health. He also serves as Director of Training for the Iowa Prevention Research Center and is a Co-Investigator in the Community Engagement Core of the Iowa Institute for Clinical and Translational Science. Dr. Gilbert earned a master’s degree in Health and Social Behavior from the Harvard School of Public Health and a doctorate in Health Behavior from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina. Following interests in health equity and participatory approaches, he conducts research to understand the ways that gender, race/ethnicity, and sexual orientation shape health outcomes and to develop strategies to address health disparities. A primary focus of his work is alcohol use, such as risk of alcohol use disorder and utilization of treatment services; a secondary research area focuses on Latino community health in non-traditional migration destinations. At the University of Iowa, Dr. Gilbert teaches a course entitled Health Equity, Disparities, and Social Justice in Public Health and a PhD seminar on behavioral theories.

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