WVON1690AM: Community Health Needs Assessment  and  The Impact of Violence Prevention Programming


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Community Health Needs Assessment  and  The Impact of Violence Prevention Programming
Community Health and Vitality is a major focus of the University of Chicago Medicine's Urban Health Initiative. On September 14th, Urban Health Initiative leaders, along with the Director of Community Health and Vitality, and two community leaders, will discuss community health priorities as defined in the recently published Community Health Needs Assessment. You'll also hear about the newly launched initiative Southland RISE, a collaborative effort powered by UChicago Medicine and Advocate Christ Medical Center to address trauma care and violence prevention and recovery on Chicago's South Side. Please join us for this important conversation.

    Community Health Focus Hour 
  Saturday, September 14, 2019 
WVON radio 1690AM

Doriane C. Miller, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Center for Community Health and Vitality
Join Dr. Doriane C. Miller and Her Guests!

Brenda Battle, RN, BSN, MBA
Vice President, Urban Health Initiative and Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Officer at UChicago Medicine
First Lady, Geri Jones 
Executive Director, St. Titus One Youth Anti-Violence & Mentoring Program (St. Titus One MB Church)
Catina Latham, PhD
Director, Community Benefit and Evaluation at UChicago Medicine

Reverend David Kelly
Executive Director at Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation 

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