Project Organizer: Deb Doherty, PT, PhD, Associate Professor-Oakland University, Cancer Rehabilitation Specialist-Hills and Dales General Hospital
Filming and editing was completed by:
Sam Srauy, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism
Marcus Cervantes ('16), Student, Oakland University, Department of Communication and Journalism.
Equipment for taping and editing - provided by Oakland University, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences
Do Ask, Do Tell! Collecting Data on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Health Centers: This 1 hour and 30 minute webinar, hosted by the National LGBT Health Education Center: A Program of the Fenway Institute, identifies ways to provide a welcoming health care environment to collect sexual orientation and gender identity data, explains why this data collection is important, and shares recommendations for collecting the data and entering into electronic health records.
Health Literacy: Free online course for effective communication to help acknowledge cultural diversity, address low health literacy, and accommodate low English proficiency. The course is provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Heath Resources and Services Administration. It has five modules and takes about 5 hours to complete.
Presentation Slides: "Collect and Use Data to Identify and Reduce Cancer Health Inequities" webinar
“Get REaL” Campaign Video: Short Greater Detroit Area Health Council video describing REaL data and why clients’ race, ethnicity, and language information should be gathered directly from patients themselves.