CoE in Maternal and Child Health Podcast–C2: Critical Conversations that Lie at the Heart of Health Justice.

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CoE in Maternal and Child Health Podcast–C2: Critical Conversations that Lie at the Heart of Health Justice, with Dr. Lisa Erlanger.

In the latest episodes of C2: Critical Conversations that Lie at the Heart of Health Justice, listen a two-part conversation on weight stigma with Dr. Lisa Erlanger, professor of family medicine at the University of Washington.

May 16, 2024
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This podcast is hosted by the Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health Education, Science and Practice at the School of Public Health. These episodes serve to generate conversations in classrooms and living rooms about issues and strategic solutions critical to the health of communities and families, focusing on how we can achieve health justice as a collective. The Center has launched two seasons of C2: Critical Conversations that Lie at the Heart of Health Justice.

In the second episode of this two-part series, the CoE continues their conversation with Dr. Lisa Erlanger, a board-certified family physician and clinical professor of family medicine at the University of Washington. She is a leader in the growing movement for weight-inclusive primary care and speaks nationally about anti-fat bias, weight-inclusive primary care, and eating disorders.

Lisa Erlanger, clinical professor of family medicine at the University of Washington

Join this CoE conversation which explores the foundations of weight-inclusive primary care and “peel back the onion” that is diet culture. The discussion also addresses research and everyday discourse about weight can be misleading and what we can do to fix these misconceptions.

For Part 1 of this conversation, click below:

For more information about Dr. Erlanger and her work, click the link below: https://sites.google.com/view/drlisaerlanger

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