FRACTURED: Health AND Equity – Local/Global
October 17, 2017
Marquette University joins the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s
On the Table regionwide forum to offer a unique opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation about what we must do – individually and collectively – to improve the quality of life in our community. You are invited to share a meal and discuss challenges affecting the health of our neighborhoods and the opportunities to strengthen the well-being of our communities. Registration required.
November 8, 2017
Most of us are aware of the terrible post-traumatic stress that afflicts soldiers and civilians in war zones. But here at home, many residents of neighborhoods devastated by deindustrialization and joblessness experience a similarly debilitating “toxic stress.” A panel of medical providers, community stakeholders, and journalists will discuss how Milwaukee is addressing its epidemic of trauma from individual therapies to efforts to strengthen the broader community. Registration required.
HEALTH EQUITY AND NATIVE COMMUNITIES: MARIA YELLOW HORSE BRAVE HEART
November 27, 2017
Dr. Brave Heart is an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of New Mexico and Director of Native American and disparities research at the Center for Rural and Community Behavioral Health. More information coming soon.
WHEN YOU RETURN: TRANSLATING YOUR GLOBAL HEALTH EXPERIENCES TO MILWAUKEE
November 30, 2017
The Marquette Forum is co-hosting a workshop at the Medical College of Wisconsin during the seventh annual Global Health Week. The workshop will focus on A Transformation of Global Health Knowledge towards Community Disparities in Southeast Wisconsin. The workshop will explore existing global health educational experiences and define approaches to transform that energy and enthusiasm to address local health disparities.
keynote lecture: David R. williams,
T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University
March 27, 2018
The Marquette Forum is excited to have Dr. David R. Williams as the 2017-18 keynote speaker. Williams is the Florence and Laura Norman Professor of Public Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Professor of African and African American Studies and Sociology at Harvard University.
Dr. Williams is an internationally recognized authority on social influences on health. He served as
key scientific advisor to the award-winning PBS film series, Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick? and his 2016 TED talk, How Racism Makes Us Sick, has been viewed nearly a million times. More information and registration coming soon.