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This presentation will discuss the impact of social determinants of health on child health. Dr. Gundacker will discuss a project she has been working on entitled, Community Assets to Address Social Determinants, which is funded through an American Academy of Pediatrics Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Planning Grant. She will discuss asset mapping of community resources directories, creation of a Multi-Sector Collaborative Alliance, and preliminary results from interviews with healthcare providers and focus groups with parents/caregivers on community resource use and navigation.
Allied Health Care Professionals
1. Explain the impact of social determinants of health on child health.
2. Identify community resource directories in the City of Milwaukee.
3. Describe one example of how to create a Multi-Sector Collaborative Alliance around social determinants of health.
Program Director: Linda Meurer, MD
Presenter: Dr. Gundacker began her medical training at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public health where she completed medical school and received a Certificate in Global Health. She completed her pediatric residency at UC-Davis in Sacramento, California and subsequently received a Master’s in Public Health in Maternal and Child Health Leadership and Policy from the University of Alabama at Birmingham while working as a general pediatrician with the local county health system. She is currently finishing an Academic Fellowship in Primary Care Research here at MCW and will be joining the Department of Pediatrics as an Assistant Professor in July. Her main research interest is improving collaboration between primary care and community organizations to address child health disparities.
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