Episode 4 | Season 6

Partnering by Invitation Only

Katie Cueva, ScD, MAT, MPH

When conducting research how do you build a healthy relationship with the community you are working with? Trust is a key component especially in marginalized communities that have a history of being harmed and mistreated. Katie Cueva shares that it’s integral for researchers to be invited into communities and ensure that their intentions are centered around the best interest of those who they serve. Listen as Katie shares about the historical context of racism and colonialism in Alaska and how that impacts healthcare delivery.

This season is brought to you in collaboration with ZERO- The End of Prostate Cancer (ZERO). This builds upon the Promoting Health Equity in Cancer Care: A Virtual Workshop hosted by The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) which was co-chaired by Gwen Darien of NPAF and Reggie Tucker-Seeley of ZERO.

Creating a Shared Future: Eliminating Bias in Treatment and Access

Please join us for an incredible event featuring keynote speaker Dr. Don Berwick as we discuss the remarkable advancements in modern medical treatments -- and who will actually have access to them.