Extending Equity: Population health partnerships & considerations in decreasing social disparities
Toyese Oyeyemi, MPH, CHES
Toyese Oyeyemi, MPH, CHES, is a Health Extension Regional Officer in the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and jointly appointed faculty lecturer in the UNM Department of Family and Community Medicine and the UNM College of Population Health. Mr. Oyeyemi completed a bachelor’s degree in Community Health from New Mexico State University in 2012 and a master’s in Public Health from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in 2015 with a concentration in Community Health. He is also a Certified Health Education Specialist, a former health educator for the US Air Force, and a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity in the George Washington University’s Health Workforce Institute.
His research and practice have been focused on health workforce development and distribution, youth mental and behavioral health, population health delivery models, and African-American community outreach. In addition to those ongoing focus areas and current efforts in community health program planning and evaluation, he developed and instructs an undergraduate Health Equity and Social Justice course in the UNM College of Population Health, mentors pre-graduate health and pre-medical undergraduates, and continues to serve as a part-time health educator for newcomers from African nations in New Mexico.
Thursday, February 20 at 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Rock Hall, Pottruck Auditorium
1550 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 94158