Conversations in Health

Conversations in Health


Latest Episodes

10. Quarantine Q&A Racism and Colorism in the Black and LGBTQ+ Community
July 10, 2020

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the team at Hope & Help has hosted live streams titled Quarantine Q&A. On this stream, Keyna Harris from the LGBT+ Center of Orlando and Content Creator Tyi Blackmon join PJ and Alicia to discuss Racism and Colori

9. All things Corona(ish)
March 11, 2020

This episode kicks off with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) which has consumed the air waves, social media, and even the conversations around the water cooler at work. Then, Tonya, Health Educator at Hope & Help sits down to discuss what she has seen and learn

8. War On Drugs, Sex, and Political Award Shows
February 03, 2020

Health: Hope & Help Prevention Manager, Adam, cover the War On Drugs and the impact the campaign has helped expand the use of opioids, incarceration of black people, and has done all but reduce the risk of HIV transmissions. https://books.google.com/b

7. Facebook Spreads Fake News About PrEP
December 18, 2019

Health: Facebook is running ads spreading misinformation about Anti-HIV drugs and PrEP. (3:21) Story Here. Also, we discuss the states that currently have no mandate on the topics taught during sex education, Florida being one of the nine states on this l

6. What Are Your Crazy Health Stories?
December 04, 2019

In this episode of Conversations In Health, we look at weird health stories that were strange and led to odd health outcomes (6:35). Next, we interview Adrian Toca, the organizer of Hope & Help's Transgender Day of Remembrance Luncheon and learn what

5. We're Back And Working Through It
November 21, 2019

Conversations in Health is back and ready to bring HIV and Health to the forefront while sprinkling in pop culture and topics that are affecting the current state of affairs .  We Break down HIV into three parts: H-ealth I-njustices What is V-iral in

The Return: Teaser
November 11, 2019

Conversations in Health is back and revamped with co-hosts Mac and Alberto covering the news and topics on Health, Injustices, and Viral content in society. Check back on November 20th when our new episode drops. 

4. Sex, Drugs, and HIV with Dr. Shan-Estelle Brown
May 31, 2019

Dr. Shan-Estelle Brown, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Rollins College in Orlando joins Hope & Help to discuss how she fell into researching the societal and systemic barriers people living with HIV face. Including the paths that typically lea

3. PJ Queenan: Hope & Help STYLE Coordinator Part Two
March 19, 2019

The second part of our interview with PJ on the social determinants of health for young men of color. We identify how to move the conversation forward to reach our youths. PJ has been with Hope & Help for two years working to build up our group for yo

2. The state of HIV with young men of color with P.J. Queenan Part 1
February 12, 2019

P.J. Queenan is S.T.Y.L.E. (Strength Through Youth Livin' Empowered) workshop group at Hope & Help. This part 1 of a 2 part interview. Music: Ocean by Ehrlinghttps://soundcloud.com/ehrling/ehrling-oceanFollow Hope & Help on all our so

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