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Friday, March 19 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Unlikely Allies: Ways to Use Research in Epidemiology to Tell Our Clients' Lived-Experiences

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Utilizing the host, vector, environment, and agent, the Epidemiological Triangle will be used to explain Social Germ Transmission of Racism and Inequality SGTRI Conceptual Model. The SGTRI Epidemiological Triangle visually depicts racism, injustice, hatred, or White supremacy as social germs transmitted by humans. Demonstrate ways that the SGTRI and the pathology of the social germs of racism and white supremacy impact the client and client community.

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Sharon Jones-Eversley

Associate Professor, Towson University, Family Studies and Community Development Department
Sharon D. Jones-Eversley, DrPH, is an Associate Professor at Towson University in the Family Studies and Community Development Department. Dr. Jones-Eversley earned a Doctorate in Public Health from Morgan State University School of Community Health and Policy. Her interdisciplinary... Read More →


Friday March 19, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Room 4