Experiential Teaching for Public Health Practice


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Bud Nicola, Amy Hagopian

DOI: 10.2174/97816810838721170101
eISBN: 978-1-68108-387-2, 2017
ISBN: 978-1-68108-388-9



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The Committee on Oppression, Racism, & Education (CORE)

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Ariel Hart, Jennifer Hagedorn, Anne Althauser, Tara Bostock, Afomeia Tesfai, CORE Founders and Amy Hagopian

Abstract

The Committee on Oppression, Racism, and Education (CORE) is a group of Community-Oriented Public Health Practice (COPHP) students working to integrate anti-racist principles into the program. CORE provides a common language and framework to discuss racism in COPHP. It has a twofold overall purpose: to tackle manifestations of racism playing out in the classroom environment and in the COPHP program structures, and to ensure all students graduating from the COPHP program are prepared to address issues of racial equity as public health practitioners. By confronting the underlying drivers of health disparities that plague people of color, CORE has become a force for institutional change not just in COPHP but also in the School of Public Health, elsewhere in the University of Washington, and in the community.

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