Megan Mulvaney, M.A., M.P.H.

LGBT Cancer Action Council, Karmanos Cancer Institute

Megan has been a member of the LGBT HealthLink Cancer Action Council since 2018 and began serving as a research consultant for Karmanos Cancer Institute in 2020. She was part of the prevention workgroup for the Michigan Cancer Consortium's 2021-2030 Cancer Control Plan, has served as a peer reviewer for Substance Abuse, and was recognized by the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice with an honorable mention among 2019's Students Who Rocked Public Health. Her research interests include chronic disease caregiving within LGBT populations and intersections between substance use and cancer.

Megan is speaking at

December 1, 2020
11:45 am - 12:30 pm

Speakers

  • Megan Mulvaney, M.A., M.P.H. (Moderator) LGBT Cancer Action Council, Karmanos Cancer Institute
  • Elizabeth Towner, Ph.D. (Panelist) Assistant Professor of Family Medicine & Public Health Sciences , Wayne State University School of Medicine
  • Jessica Jackson, C.N.M. (Panelist) Certified Nurse Midwife, Family Pediatrition Partnership
  • Angulique Outlaw (Panelist) Associate Professor-Reserach, Director of Prevention Programming, Wayne State University Prevention(W'SUP), Wayne State University School of Medicine
  • Ki-Jana Malone (Panelist) Research Assistant, W'SUP - Wayne State University
  • Vanessa Rorai, M.S.W. (Panelist) Community Outreach Specialist, Healthier Black Elders Center Wayne State University
  • Wilma Stringer (Panelist) Community Advisory Board Member, Healthier Black Elders Center Wayne State University

Description

This session will focus on models of community engagement to address health issues among young children, adolescents, and elders.

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