Health Equity Lecture Series — Exploring Police Contact as a Structural Determinant of Health Inequity
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Hybrid Seminar: Lunch will be provided for on-campus participants.
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William J. Perry Conference Room
Encina Hall, 2nd Floor
616 Jane Stanford Way
Stanford, CA 94305
J'Mag Karbeah, PhD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Policy and Management at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. She is a health services researcher whose research aims to interrogate and dismantle the impact of structural racism by focusing on maternal and child health issues. Her program of research leverages theories and methods from population health science as well as health services research to identify the complex and multidimensional ways through which racism impacts health. Her scholarship aims to build an empirical body of research that identifies how structural racism impacts maternal, infant, and child health outcomes. Her experience conducting mixed-method and community-based participatory research guides her scholarship.