The goals of the SDSU HealthLINK Center for Transdisciplinary Health Disparities Research are to bring a behavioral-, clinical- and population-focus to the work funded under the RCMI program, as well as foster innovations in relevant, sustainable, and translatable approaches for conducting partner-engaged research to address health disparities.
In Episode 3 of Interpersonal, Aggie and Hannah interview Dr. Miguel Villodas about a new pilot study his team ran examining the feasibility of implementing home-based Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with families deemed at-risk for child maltreatment. This episode covers topics spanning implementation, measurement, and building community partnership.
Dr. Lauren Brown is an Assistant Professor at SDSU and she is the guest speaker of this episode. The Black Lives Matters movement refocused attention on social justice especially for the Black community. There is a growing awareness that Social Justice should impact more than just criminal justice reform. One area that requires more attention is the health risk for seniors in the community, especially in the Black community, due health disparities. We’ll talk about these issues in this episode.