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UVM Just Medicine Movie Analysis & Reflection Discussion

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I’m trying to learn for my Health & Medical class and I’m stuck. Can you help?


the video is in the youtube just search online

Dr. Dayna Bowen Matthew, the William L. Matheson and Robert M. Morgenthau Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law and the author of Just Medicine, is an invited speaker at the Baker Institute for Public Policy at Rice University. At this event, she explores strategies for understanding and reducing health disparities.

Watch the VIDEO (1 hr. 21 min.). Remember that in Just Medicine she will be making a case for policy-based change to ameliorate race-based health disparities. Think about the fact that you will be reading, critiquing, and then writing a final paper that pulls from Just Medicine as well as this whole course . Create a thread and submitting an original post covering the following:

1. Draw connections between her talk and what you have learned thus far in this course.

2. Restate something she said that you agree with and describe why. Be specific and cite examples in your rationale.

3. Restate something she said that you disagree with and describe why. Be specific and cite examples in your rationale.

4. At the end of the video, she takes questions from the audience. Pose a question as if you were asking Dr. Matthew. Classmates will try to answer the question in their replies.

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Dr. Dayna Bowen Matthew, the William L. Matheson and Robert M. Morgenthau Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law and the author of Just Medicine, is an invited speaker at the Baker Institute for Public Policy at Rice University. At this event, she explores strategies for understanding and reducing health disparities. Watch the VIDEO (1 hr. 21 min.). Remember that in Just Medicine she will be making a case for policy-based change to ameliorate race-based health disparities. Think about the fact that you will be reading, critiquing, and then writing a final paper that pulls from Just Medicine as well as this whole course . Create a thread and submitting an original post covering the following: 1. Draw connections between her talk and what you have learned thus far in this course. 2. Restate something she said that you agree with and describe why. Be specific and cite examples in your rationale. 3. Restate something she said that you disagree with and describe why. Be specific and cite examples in your rationale. 4. At the end of the video, she takes questions from the audience. Pose a question as if you were asking Dr. Matthew. Classmates will try to answer the question in their replies. ...
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Dr. Dayna Bowen Matthew, the William L. Matheson and Robert M. Morgenthau
Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law and the
author of Just Medicine, is an invited speaker at the Baker Institute for Public Policy
at Rice University. At this event, she explores strategies for understanding and
reducing health disparities.
Watch the VIDEO (1 hr. 21 min.). Remember that in Just Medicine, she will be
making a case for policy-based change to ameliorate race-based health disparities.
Think about the fact that you will be reading, critiquing, and then writing a final paper
that pulls from Just Medicine as well as this whole course. Create a thread and
submitting an original post covering the following:
1. Draw connections between her talk and what you have learned thus far in this
course. Throughout the course, we have learned how most blacks and people of color
are the significant victims of racial problems and disparities in American healthcare.
Dr. Dayna also insists on how infant mortality amongst black people and minority
races is high as compared to the white American communities. Her talk on just
medicine connects with the course content. Regardless of the social, economic status
of black people, they are likely to register high death and d...

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