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This presentation will describe the REDIRECT Study (Research in Early Child Development to Improve Resiliency and Equity) funded by the Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Program. John Meurer, MD is the Principal Investigator and Laura Cassidy, PhD and Staci Young, PhD are Co-Principal Investigators. The study is composed of multiple discrete components involving faculty and staff from the Institute for Health and Equity including Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Bioethics, and the Center for Healthy Communities and Research.
Allied Health Care Professionals
- Describe the primary aims of the REDIRECT Study.
- Describe how a sociological lens can be applied to examine systems of pediatric care and child development.
- Explain how a community engaged approach is utilized to assess the perspective of parents and caregivers.
Program Director: Linda Meurer, MD
Presenters: Staci Young, PhD; Marie Wolff, PhD; Jared Olson, MS
Staci Young, PhD is an associate professor and director of the Center for Healthy Communities and Research. She is a medical sociologist that studies access to primary care among underserved groups, and health disparities among women of color.
Marie Wolff, PhD, is faculty in the Center for Healthy Communities and Research and a medical sociologist with over 28 years’ experience studying access to primary and specialty care for underserved populations as well as the structural determinants of health disparities. Dr. Wolff has extensive experience developing community-academic partnerships, evaluating community initiatives, conducting community-based research, and developing community health curricula for medical schools.
Jared Olson, is a research associate in the Center for Healthy Communities and Research and PhD candidate in Public and Community Health. He collaborates with a number of Milwaukee communities to create community-academic partnerships that build health assets and address issues of health equity.
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