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Achieving Health Equity with Inclusive Interdisciplinary Walk/Move Audits
Mark Fenton
Yes Molly we’ll be emailing out resources and a link to the recording following the webinar. Thanks for your interest.
Mark Fenton
Chicago Tribune reporting on the “cycling while black” study:
Mark Fenton
Lauren Cardoni
Alena DeGrado
Jeff Riegner
I see that we're still creating ghettoes in 2020
Anna Olsen
Minneapolis, MN is another example of this.
Meg Traci
The webinar recording and a resource list (America Walks, NACDDD, CDC and other resources) will be shared after today's webinar. Please contact Charles Brown directly with a request for his materials. Charles' bio at Rutgers University and his related contact information is available at: http://vtc.rutgers.edu/charles-brown/
Meg Traci
Dawn-- thank you for joining us.
Meg Traci
Powerful example, April. I'm so glad you're still alive after being hit by an SUV. It highlights Charles' point-- Without disability represented as a population indicator in the data collection systems, we cannot include these numerous examples of hit disabled pedestrians in quality improvement and investments in advancing heath equity. Without disability represented in data collection as a demographic, people with disabilities are not intentionally engaged as leaders in community change.
Meg Traci
Fran-- thank you for our leadership on this panel and in this work and for highlighting the toll that inaccessible design and segregation has on emotional and mental health.
Jana Lynott
Regarding rentable scooters, UCLA has done one study of 250 hospital patients involved in scooter crashes. Here is the citation: Injuries Associated With Standing Electric Scooter UseTarak K. Trivedi, MD, MS; Charles Liu, MD; Anna Liza M. Antonio, DrPH; Natasha Wheaton, MD; Vanessa Kreger,MD, MPH; Anna Yap, MD;David Schriger,MD, MPH; Joann G. Elmore,MD, MPH in JAMA Network Open 2019.
Rebecca Morley
Thank you Latoya for bringing up the challenges that parents with mobility issues face in having access to their children and school staff in educational settings. In the world of special education, we address challenges for students, but parents often get overlooked. It's wonderful to have you as an advocate!
Meg Traci
Latoya-- thank you for highlighting how community design and the built environment affects and limits opportunities for disabled parents to be involved in and support their children at school and in other community spaces. And thank you for you work at Liberty Resources, Philadelphia's center for independent living, to coordinate a peer support group for parents. It's an exemplar community asset that feeds the advocacy needed to make changes in our schools and in the community.
Meg Traci
Karin-- thank you for that powerful story on falls due to failures in the built environment. I wonder what data we have to describe how often this happens within the population and in various neighborhoods. I wonder if these data can be disaggregated for people with disabilities.
Meg Traci
Virtual I2Audits-- Access to and preferences for technology, internet and accessible formats of the meeting materials are all issues that must be addressed to engage a diverse and representative group in the opportunities to advance healthy communities and health equity.
Meg Traci
Happy Anniversary ADA!!
Meg Traci
Thank you everyone!!