Examples from the Field | R4P: Health Equity Framework for Research Planning and Evaluation in African American Populations
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Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
Dr. Stephanie Baker
This Examples From the Field educational session addresses the R4P Framework to Address Health Equity. The five components of R4P are (1) Remove, (2) Repair, (3) Remediate, (4) Restructure, and (5) Provide. Dr. Stephanie Baker, Assistant Professor from Elon University's Public Health Studies Department and co-founder of the Health Equity and Racism Research Laboratory (H.E.R. Lab) will lead us into a deeper discussion of this innovative framework. Join us and learn more about this design that translates complex causality into a public health equity planning, assessment, evaluation and research tool. This session will be moderated by CERI Advisory Board Member Shemecka McNeil, co-founder and CEO of Slice 325.
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