Lecture Series
Date: November 9, 2022

Sam Regenstrief Distinguished Lecture Series: Typhanye Vielka Dyer, PhD, MPH, BA

Sam Regenstrief Distinguished Lecture Series

Presentation: “Diversity, Equity, Belonging and Inclusion (DEBI) in Health Care and Public Health Research and Practice”

Presented by Typhanye Vielka Dyer, PhD, MPH, BA

Learning objectives for this presentation:

1. Describe the ways in which power and privilege impact our worldview and implicit biases

2. Define Populations in terms of their position in society vs. their place in society (i.e. racism vs. race)

3. Describe the historical context of race and ethnicity in the US healthcare landscape

4. Define the tenets of public health critical race praxis in its application in research and practice




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