Aging Fast & Slow: Roots of Inequity – Native American Health
From enduring the consequences of forced displacement and cultural disruption to grappling with inadequate resources and discriminatory policies, Native American communities have faced multifaceted challenges that have deeply impacted their ability to receive equitable and effective healthcare. Join us in this enlightening episode as we engage with Dr. Emily Haozous, a distinguished Research Scientist at the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation. Through the lens of her research, Haozous delves into the historical and systemic conditions that have limited healthcare access for these communities, uncovering deeply rooted challenges and disparities. Her pioneering contributions shed light on these critical issues, striving to bridge gaps in understanding and advocating for impactful change within these healthcare systems.
- Haozous EA, Trott Jaramillo E, Willging CE. Getting to know: American Indian elder health seeking in an under-funded healthcare system. Qualitative Research in Health. December 2021.
- Haozous EA, Lee J, Soto C. Urban American Indian and Alaska Native Data Sovereignty: Ethical Issues. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research. 2021.
- Jaramillo ET, Haozous EA, Willging CE. The Community as the Unit of Healing: Conceptualizing Social Determinants of Health and Well-Being for Older American Indian Adults. Gerontologist. May 2022.
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-| This episode originally aired on September 6, 2023 on Aging Fast & Slow. Listen, follow and subscribe here.