Explore Issues of Health Equity in ACU’s Purpose in Practice Podcast

The Association of Clinicians for the Underserved’s bimonthly Purpose in Practice podcast features interviews with healthcare professionals, health equity advocates, and others in engaging conversations about how we can advance health equity and provide better access to and improve quality of healthcare for medically under-resourced individuals and underserved communities.

Listen to episodes of the podcast below and stay tuned for new episodes in our series exploring topics ranging from expanding eye health and vision care at federally qualified health centers and suicide prevention for patients to clinician wellness and systemic solutions to health inequities—and much more.

Please contact Jennifer Dix for more information about the podcast or to inquire about being a guest.

Season 1: Heartfelt Care: Navigating Health Challenges in Underserved Communities

Purpose in Practice Podcast Ep. 2: Suicide Prevention: Providing Hope and Resources for Patients and Providers

In this episode of the Purpose in Practice podcast, ACU’s Rick Brown speaks with national suicide prevention expert Dr. Virna Little, Co-Founder and Special Advisor for Advocacy & Research at [...]

Purpose in Practice Podcast Ep. 1: Clearer Vision, Healthier Lives: Improving the Eye Health of Medically Underserved Patients on the Gulf Coast

In this episode of the Purpose in Practice podcast, ACU’s Rick Brown speaks with Dr. Ashley Burns, the Chair of ACU’s Vision Services Committee and the Director of Optometry at [...]