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Joint Research Workshop for EJ and Human-Planetary Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Sibyl Diver
25:32
We invite you to get involved with the Human-Planetary Health Initiative!https://ecohealthsolutions.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/2021-04/human-and-planetary-health_at_tanford.pdfAnd with the Stanford Environmental Justice Working Group!Website: https://www.ejstanford.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/EJWGStanfordFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/EJWGStanford/ Email listserv: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/ejworkgroup
Patricia Garcia Freire- Argentina
26:14
Thank you for this initiative
Patricia Garcia Freire- Argentina
26:35
Greetings from Argentina
Sibyl Diver
28:23
Rachel Morello-Frosch - Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management and the School of Public Health, University of California-Berkeley; and White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council (WHEJAC) member – themes of epidemiology, health equity & EJ, air pollution, human right to water, body-burden, US
Patricia Garcia Freire- Argentina
28:23
One question: where are you sharing the recordings of these meetings? Should I join the Planetary Health Initiative?
Sibyl Diver
28:36
https://publichealth.berkeley.edu/people/rachel-morello-frosch/
Sibyl Diver
28:43
Elaine Flores-Ramos - Postdoctoral fellow in Planetary Health, Stanford; Medical doctor and researcher at the Centre on Climate Change & Planetary Health, as well as the Centre for Global Mental Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine – themes of global mental health, disaster resilience/response, women’s health & Indigenous communities, Global South (Peru, Latin America) https://www.centreforglobalmentalhealth.org/dr-elaine-flores
Sibyl Diver
28:52
Kajal Khanna - Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine; Clinical Assistant Professor (By courtesy), Pediatrics; Member, Maternal & Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI); Founder and Director of the Global Pediatric Emergency Equity Lab at Stanford – themes of children’s health, human right to health, medicine & law, global health (Bhutan, Canadian Arctic, Columbia) https://profiles.stanford.edu/kajal-khanna
Sibyl Diver
29:02
David Gonzalez - PhD candidate, EIPER Program – themes of epidemiology, health equity & EJ, structural racism, extractive industries - gold mining & oil & gas (Peru, California) https://earth.stanford.edu/people/david-gonzalez
Sibyl Diver
29:20
Dan Sakaguchi - Staff Researcher, Communities for a Better Environment – themes of citizen science, community organizing & engagement, EJ, air pollution, extractive industries - oil & gas (Richmond, California) http://www.cbecal.org/
susanne sokolow
29:59
To Patricia’s question: yes, please check later on our Program for Disease Ecology Website for links to the recordings, as well as the EJ working group website, links here: https://www.ejstanford.com https://ecohealthsolutions.stanford.edu
Sibyl Diver
31:59
Thanks for coming everyone. Our first presenter sharing now is Rachel Morello-Frosch - Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management and the School of Public Health, University of California-Berkeley; and White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council (WHEJAC) member – themes of epidemiology, health equity & EJ, air pollution, human right to water, body-burden, US https://publichealth.berkeley.edu/people/rachel-morello-frosch/
Sibyl Diver
41:08
Elaine Flores-Ramos - Postdoctoral fellow in Planetary Health, Stanford; Medical doctor and researcher at the Centre on Climate Change & Planetary Health, as well as the Centre for Global Mental Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine – themes of global mental health, disaster resilience/response, women’s health & Indigenous communities, Global South (Peru, Latin America) https://www.centreforglobalmentalhealth.org/dr-elaine-flores
Sibyl Diver
56:07
Kajal Khanna - Clinical Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine; Clinical Assistant Professor (By courtesy), Pediatrics; Member, Maternal & Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI); Founder and Director of the Global Pediatric Emergency Equity Lab at Stanford – themes of children’s health, human right to health, medicine & law, global health (Bhutan, Canadian Arctic, Columbia) https://profiles.stanford.edu/kajal-khanna
Sibyl Diver
01:03:50
David Gonzalez - PhD candidate, EIPER Program – themes of epidemiology, health equity & EJ, structural racism, extractive industries - gold mining & oil & gas (Peru, California) https://earth.stanford.edu/people/david-gonzalez
Matt Holmes (he/him/his)
01:12:16
Vision works. 💪
Sibyl Diver
01:12:54
Dan Sakaguchi - Staff Researcher, Communities for a Better Environment – themes of citizen science, community organizing & engagement, EJ, air pollution, extractive industries - oil & gas (Richmond, California) http://www.cbecal.org/
Sibyl Diver
01:28:01
Thank you everyone for listening and all your work regarding these issues! Please ask your questions in the chat!
Sibyl Diver
01:28:35
THANK YOU TO PANELISTS!Rachel Morello-Froschhttps://publichealth.berkeley.edu/people/rachel-morello-frosch/Elaine Flores-Ramoshttps://www.centreforglobalmentalhealth.org/dr-elaine-floresKajal Khannahttps://profiles.stanford.edu/kajal-khannaDavid Gonzalezhttps://earth.stanford.edu/people/david-gonzalezDan Sakaguchihttp://www.cbecal.org/
susanne sokolow
01:32:44
For David: your personal story growing up seems to be a driving force behind the conviction for you to take on this research. What were some pivotal moments in your research trajectory and did you ever falter and consider going down a more traditional path? What kept you going? Same question for the other panelists.
Denise Jacques
01:32:56
could you discuss confict of interest with these partnerships. In San Francisco I've experienced my nonprofit landlord partner with our local college. The low income students did not receive college credit for the class and the college professor facilitated hiis students being used for free labor for theiir "partner" who I consider to be a predatory non profit. Not all so called community based organizations actually represent the grass roots. How are partners chosen and what measures are in place to address conflict of interest with the goals of global health justice. Thanks!
Emily Polk
01:33:07
David did such a powerful job sharing the way his own positionality informs his research. How do you all negotiate/communicate your positionality in your research? (How and in what ways did it shape your research questions? How much do you share with the communities you’re engaging with, etc.)
Matt Holmes (he/him/his)
01:43:11
Thanks All. Nice to see this cultural competency knowledge getting transmitted. Technical Skills alone will fail us, and yet we need you to substantiate our suffering. Ethics first Techniques second
Ashley Hazel
01:47:16
Wonderful panel. Thank you! I’d like to know from Dan how he collaborates with academics—what are the benefits? What are the challenges to these kinds of collaborations? Do you feel there is adequate interest in your work from local universities?
Ella Norman
01:47:55
THANK YOU TO PANELISTS!Rachel Morello-Froschhttps://publichealth.berkeley.edu/people/rachel-morello-frosch/Elaine Flores-Ramoshttps://www.centreforglobalmentalhealth.org/dr-elaine-floresKajal Khannahttps://profiles.stanford.edu/kajal-khannaDavid Gonzalezhttps://earth.stanford.edu/people/david-gonzalezDan Sakaguchihttp://www.cbecal.org/
Ella Norman
01:48:02
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:Stanford EJ Working Grouphttps://www.ejstanford.com/Human-Planetary Health Initiativehttps://ecohealthsolutions.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/2021-04/human-and-planetary-health_at_tanford.pdf
Ella Norman
01:48:09
RSVP for our final session:Wed 5/19, 2pm Pacifichttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSel7XDhDUipMAgmO1TmXCSrav1UGRhwhVM0MXiOV8azTEhVRg/viewformFacilitated Breakout SessionsStanford EJ Working Group co-leaders Sibyl Diver and Emily Polk who study and teach EJ, community-based research approaches, and decolonizing methodologies at Stanford will lead a discussion exploring best practices, research challenges, and on-ramps for scholars, practitioners, and students interested in engaging with authentic EJ research and practices.https://www.ejstanford.com/joint-research-workshop-on-environmental-justice--human-planetary-health.html
Ashley Hazel
01:49:32
THank you!
Iris Stewart-Frey
01:49:35
Northern Cal EJ network of community-academic partnerships: NorCalEJ-pg@scu.edu
Iris Stewart-Frey
01:49:49
contact environmental.justice@scu.edu to be added.
Sibyl Diver
01:50:10
If panelists would like to add resources or any final thoughts in the chat!
Stephanie Fischer
01:50:11
Thank you for a great panel!!
Iris Stewart-Frey
01:50:22
Thank you to all panelists and organizers for a great panel.
peggy c
01:50:29
thank you panelists for all your important work!
esther conrad
01:50:45
This was an amazing panel - thank you all so much for sharing your insights and experience!
Giulio De Leo (he/him)
01:51:00
thank you so much to all the panelists, we are so grateful for your time, the inspiring talks and your generous and passionate participation!
Emily Polk
01:51:00
Thank you for sharing your wisdom and insights! We appreciate you!!
Rachel Morello-Frosch
01:51:13
Mil gracias Everyone!
Stella Kim (they/them)
01:51:14
thank you so much!!
Christopher LeBoa
01:51:14
thank you!
Jessica Heiges (she/her)
01:51:16
Thank you all! This was remarkable and so incredibly helpful
Erika Lee (she/her)
01:51:17
Thank you!
Noraa Alkhamis (she/her)
01:51:19
Thank you!!!
Gianalberto Losapio
01:51:20
Thanks everyone!