Shaffdeen A. Amuwo, MPH, PhD.


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Pipeline to Wellbeing Callings: Far reaching Way to deal with Expanding Minorities in the Wellbeing Callings National Administration Summit on Taking out Racial and Ethnic Inconsistencies in Wellbeing July 10-12, 2001, Washington, DC Shaffdeen A. Amuwo, MPH, PhD College of Illinois at Chicago
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Pipeline to Health Professions: Comprehensive Approach to Increasing Minorities in the Health Professions National Leadership Summit on Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health July 10-12, 2001, Washington, DC Shaffdeen A. Amuwo, MPH, PhD UIC School of Public Health

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University of Illinois at Chicago One of the three noteworthy grounds of UI - 33% Graduate and Professional understudies - Bachelor’s 92 fields - Master’s 83 fields - Doctorates 57 scholastic specializations Approximately 25,000 Students - 67% Undergraduate understudies - Most thorough wellbeing calling schools - Largest College of Medicine UIC School of Public Health

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UIC School of Public Health One of 30 certify in the US Four Academic Divisions - Community Health Science - Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences - Epidemiology and Biostatistics - Health Policy and Administration Four Degrees - Masters of Public Health (MPH) - Masters of Science (MS) - Doctor of Public Health (Dr. PH) - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) UIC School of Public Health

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Definition This is an incorporated, composed and organization way to deal with expanding the investment of African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans in wellbeing callings through right on time recognizable proof, backing and scholastic advancement. UIC School of Public Health

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Context of Comprehensive Approach means: Shared Vision Shared Leadership Domains of Influence on Children Dimensions of Educational Deficit All Educational Levels K-20 Multi-disciplinary Approach UIC School of Public Health

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What Do We think about information on the Involvement of Minorities in the Health Professions Pharmacists - 7.8% Optometrists - 2.7% Dentists - 5.7% Physicians (Osteopathic) - 3.5% Physicians (Allopathic) - 7.6% Nurses - 9.0% Public Health Professions- 6.0% UIC School of Public Health

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The Chicago Experience in Public Health UIC School of Public Health

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UIC School of Public Health

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UIC School of Public Health

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UIC School of Public Health

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UIC School of Public Health

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UIC School of Public Health

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Ten-Year HCOP Retrospective Study Summer Residential Enrichment Program (SREP) Pre-Matriculation Program (PMP) UIC School of Public Health

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Sample of GRE/PMP Participants by Race 1992-2001 UIC School of Public Health

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Sample of SREP/PMP Admitted 1992-2001 UIC School of Public Health

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Sample of SREP/PMP Graduates 1992-2001 UIC School of Public Health

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Challenges I Barriers Faced by Potential Public Health Students and other Health Professions National Trends Local Geographic Area Low esteem set in wellbeing callings Invisibility of Public Health Disadvantaged Status Economic Status K-12 Counselors College Performance at Graduate/Professional Levels UIC School of Public Health

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Challenges II: Health Professions Shortage Areas by Community Areas SOUTHSIDE: Burnside, West Englewood, Englewood, Roseland, Auburn Gresham, West Pullman, New City, Pullman, South Chicago, Avalon Park, South Shore, Washington Park, Oakland, Fuller Park, Near South Side, Grand Boulevard, Douglas WESTSIDE: West Garfield Park, Near Westside, East Garfield, Austin, Hermosa, Logan Square, South Lawndale, North Lawndale, Near North Side, West Town, UIC School of Public Health

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UIC School of Public Health

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Description of Health Professions Shortage Areas of Illinois Over 90% in Chicago range Largest grouping of destitution Linguistically disengaged Median pay is under $24,000.00 Infant mortality experience is half higher for Chicago 66% African American 23% Hispanics 8% White 3% Asian and Others UIC School of Public Health

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FRAMEWORK FOR COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH What ought to be finished? Stage 1 – Setting Optimal Objectives: Creation of Pipeline All Phases of Education Data on: Education crevices Service holes Data holes Data on: Needs Health Professions dissemination Domains of impact on kids What should be possible? Stage 2-Determining Possible Strategies (science driven) Involvement of: 1. Human services organizations 2. CBOs 3. Universities What is accomplished? Stage 4 – Implementing Pipeline Strategies (result driven) Data from: procedure, result, and effect assessments Knowledge for Decision Making Data on: Basic and connected exploration Data on: Ethnic and wellbeing uniqueness, target populace, usage obstructions Data on: Impact of holes in preparing on malady trouble and so forth. What should be possible? Stage 3 – Planning Feasible Strategies Creation of shared vision, shared authority UIC School of Public Health

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Domains of Influence on Children Individual Peers Family Community School System Society UIC School of Public Health

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Major Municipal Health Care Agencies Illinois Department of Public Health Chicago Department of Public Health Cook County Ambulatory & Community Care Network Primary Care Exposures, Public Health Week Exhibitor, Preliminary Education, Counseling, Mentoring UIC School of Public Health

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Not-For Profit Health Care Agencies Institute for Diversity (IFD) Leadership Training, Competitive Applicant Pool Illinois Area Health Education Center (IAHEC) Competitive Applicant Pool, Public Health Clubs, Contract to UIC of $15,000 yearly to cover the installment of two PHSC Chicago Area Health & Medical Careers Program Recruitment, Financial Aid, Competitive Applicant Pool UIC School of Public Health

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Community-Based Organizations Westside Association for Community Action (WACA) Town Hall, Mentoring, Parental Network Southside Health Consortium Town Hall, Mentoring, Parental Network Hispanic Health Alliance Mentors Public Allies Leadership Development, Widens Competitiveness of Applicant Pool, Exhibitor, Recruitment UIC School of Public Health

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Undergraduate College Chicago State University (CSU) Public Health Satellite Center, Saturday College, 6-Week Summer Programs, Space, Mentoring Kennedy King College (KKC) Harry S. Truman College Olive-Harvey College Richard J. Daley College Malcolm X College Harold Washington College Public Health Satellite Centers UIC School of Public Health

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UIC School of Public Health .:tslidesep.

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