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In the opening keynote of the Public Health Students of African Descent 32nd Annual Minority Health Conference, Dr. Theri Pickens presents key concepts of Black disability studies and it's difference from disability studies of other racial groups. Dr. Pickens addresses the impact of terminology when using words such as "disabled" and "impaired," and how the public health field can move beyond a basic understanding of disability to better comprehend the intersection of being Black and disabled.
Public health and human service professionals, academic researchers, members of community-based organizations from multiple fields, education, medicine, nursing, and social work.
Dr. Theri Pickens,
Associate Professor of English, Bates College
- Clarify the basic tenets of Black Disability Studies
- Explain possibilities of interpreting it in the humanities
- Make connections to public health & related fields
Continuing Education Credit
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- 1.0 CHES Category I CECH*
- 1.0 CPH Recertification Credits
- Certificate of Completion
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This webcast was provided by the Public Health Students of African Descent and the Region V Public Health Training Center.
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