SciComm and Public Health with Dr. Shenell Tolson!
Dr. Shenell Tolsn, B-SCI’s Science Policy Officer stops by the podcast to talk about how she became a scientist, how she does SciCom, iatrophobia-the fear of doctors and medicine, and how she became interested in science policy! This interview was super inspiring and you don’t want to miss it!
1:16, Noa The Little Scientist
2:04, Simplicity Chocolate
2:17, NPR Scicommers
5:11. Mess in a bottle
6:19, SciComm for everyone
13:23, When Dr. Tolson’s article is published will post the link here
15:40, Georgia’s Maternal Mortality Crisis
16:11 Racial bias in pain assessment
Hoffman, K. M., Trawalter, S., Axt, J. R., & Oliver, M. N. 2016. Racial bias in pain assessment and treatment recommendations, and false beliefs about biological differences between blacks and whites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113(16), 4296–4301.
34:03, Public Transportation Barriers
41:07, Simplicity Chocolate, Frequently Asked Questions
46:12 STEMNoire Planning Council and Bios
49:25 Black Women in STEM Week
50:35, Raven the Science Maven and STEMBassy
50:43, Dr. Shenell Tolson’s STEMbassy episode
57:42, Dr. Tolson’s Instagram
57:46, Dr. Tolson’s Twitter
58:26, (Cool)Progoney and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum reading of Noa the Little Scientists with Dr. Shenell Tolson
Sheba George, Nelida Duran, and Keith Norris, 2014. A Systematic Review of Barriers and Facilitators to Minority Research Participation Among African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders. American Journal of Public Health 104, e16_e31,