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Health Equity Community Project ECHO Series

April 2022

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July 2023

Understanding and Addressing Medical Mistrust: Introduction to the Group Based Medical Mistrust Scale

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Hayley Thompson, PhD

Understanding Medical Mistrust Through the Colorectal Cancer Screening Lens

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Charles Rogers, PhD, MPH, MS, MCHES

Measuring Mistrust using the Group Based Medical Mistrust Scale: Best Practices from a Community

Patient Engagement Series: Elevating Patient Voices to Reduce Medical Mistrust and Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening

Patient Engagement Series: Implementing Patient Feedback to Improve Policies and Practices at FQHCs

Patient Engagement Series: Sustaining a Highly Effective Patient Advisory Council/Governing Board

Effective Strategies for Reducing Medical Mistrust: Support from Healthcare Providers

Effective Strategies for Reducing Medical Mistrust: Patients Perspectives of Discrimination and Group Based Disparities

Effective Strategies for Reducing Medical Mistrust: Patients Suspicion of Healthcare Providers

Our Experts

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Hayley Thompson, PhD

Professor, Department of Oncology at Wayne State University

Associate Center Director, Community Outreach and Engagement

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Charles Rogers, PhD, MPH, MS, MCHES

Associate Professor, Institute for Health & Equity

Inaugural Associate Director of Community Outreach & Engagement

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Cecily Blackwater, MPH

Director of Health Equity, Community Projects

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Arielle Dance, PhD

Program Manager, Health Equity

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Laura Makaroff, DO

Senior Vice President, Prevention and Early Detection

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Carolyn F. Rhee, FACHE

ACS Inc. Board Volunteer/ACS CAN Ambassador.  ACS West Region – California Division

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Allison Rosen, M.S.

Director, Project ECHO

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Tracy Wiedt, MPH

Managing Director, Health Equity

Collected Program Resources

Health Equity Community Project ECHO – 4-19-22 – Recording

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Health Equity Community Project ECHO – 4-19-22 – Slides

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