Aug 5, 2020
Ayana Jordan, M.D., Ph.D., joins Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to
discuss disparities in initiation of and engagement in mental
health care among persons from racial-ethnic minority groups. This
topic formed the basis of an Editor's Choice collection assembled by Dr.
Dr. Jordan is the associate program director of the adult
psychiatry training program and an assistant professor of
psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine. She also is a
member of the Psychiatric Services Early-Career
Psychiatrist Advisory Committee.
- Dr. Jordan's career interests [2:11]
- Development of the Editor's Choice collection on mental health
disparities by race and ethnicity of adults [6:44]
- Dr. Jordan's perspectives in the area of mental health
- Dr. Dixon's statement on racism and creation of an advisory
group to address racism as it relates to the journal [17:37]
- Dr. Jordan's plans to update the Editor's Choice collection
- Dr. Berezin's take on the Editor's Choice collection
- How health care systems can engage with policy, historical, and
structural issues involving racism [24:37]
- Interventions required to address racism in health care and in
scientific research [28:33]
- How funding priorities in scientific research affect racism
- Final thoughts on the subject [38:38]
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