No Continuing Education Credits given.
Continuing Education Credit
There are no continuing education credits/completion certificate for this archived video.
This event is a co-sponsored by the Office of Public Health Practice, School of Public Health University of Michigan and the Michigan Public Health Training Center. Funding was made possible by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Bureau of Health Professions.
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This presentation by Dr. Anthony Iton originated from Ann Arbor, MI on September 17, 2012. Now presented as an archived video.
Note: This video is approximately 60 minutes and is provided in a Flash presentation and may not play on mobile devices.
Dr. Iton’s primary interest is the health of disadvantaged populations and the contributions of race, class, wealth, education, geography, and employment to health status. In this presentation, Dr. Iton will:
- Describe the impact of health inequity.
- Provide a framework for public health practice.
- Offer concrete examples of public health solutions around issues of health disparities and chronic disease.