Alcohol-Related Disparities in Iowa: What We Know and What We Can Do

Dr. Paul Gilbert, assistant professor in the Department of Community & Behavioral Health at the University of Iowa College of Public Health, will talk about disparities related to alcohol use in Iowa. He will begin by differentiating disparities from other differences in health outcomes and will summarize national trends in drinking and substance use treatment utilization. Then he will review the latest data from Iowa, focusing in particular on gender, race/ethnicity, sexual and gender minority populations, and rural differences in drinking and associated harms. As public health is an applied discipline, Dr. Gilbert will devote time to considering the mechanisms responsible for the disparities and possible intervention approaches. Participants are encouraged to come with questions as this will be an interactive presentation.

  • Des Moines University is Iowa Board of Nursing approved provider #112. This live activity has been reviewed and approved for 1.25 continuing education contact hour(s). Nurses must attend the entire session within each day to receive credit. Partial session credit is prohibited and will be forfeited.
  • Approved by the Iowa Board of Certification for 1 hour - Alcohol & Drug Specific.
Registration Information: 

Please visit https://www.regcytes.extension.iastate.edu/behavioralhealth/ for more information and to register!


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Paul Gilbert, PhD, ScM

Date / Time
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 11:00am to 12:15pm09/15/2020 11:00am 09/15/2020 11:00am Alcohol-Related Disparities in Iowa: What We Know and What We Can Do Dr. Paul Gilbert, assistant professor in the Department of Community & Behavioral Health at the University of Iowa College of Public Health, will talk about disparities related to alcohol use in Iowa. He will begin by differentiating disparities from other differences in health outcomes and will summarize national trends in drinking and substance use treatment utilization. Then he will review the latest data from Iowa, focusing in particular on gender, race/ethnicity, sexual and gender minority populations, and rural differences in drinking and associated harms. As public health is an applied discipline, Dr. Gilbert will devote time to considering the mechanisms responsible for the disparities and possible intervention approaches. Participants are encouraged to come with questions as this will be an interactive presentation. Des Moines University is Iowa Board of Nursing approved provider #112. This live activity has been reviewed and approved for 1.25 continuing education contact hour(s). Nurses must attend the entire session within each day to receive credit. Partial session credit is prohibited and will be forfeited. Approved by the Iowa Board of Certification for 1 hour - Alcohol & Drug Specific. America/Chicago public


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