We take a trip to the University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions for their recognition of National Public Health Week. The field takes a wider view of the health a population.
We’ll learn more about public health and some of the success stories, including reducing tobacco use throughout the United States, and chat about person centered care as movement in medicine and what it looks like in the treatment of patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Then we have a conversation with the primary clinician at the Western New York Center for Survivors of Refugee Trauma and Torture as she reveals how she approaches forensic interviews with people seeking asylum in Buffalo and Rochester.
Our guests this hour:
- Dr. Jo Freudenhiem, UB distinguished professor and interim chair, Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health
- Dr. Davina Porock, associate dean for research and scholarship, UB School of Nursing
- Dr. Kim Griswold, primary clinician at the Western New York Center for Survivors of Refugee Trauma and Torture
- Dr. Mark Travers, researcher at Roswell Park Cancer Center