Listen as Dr. Enrique Enguidanos interviews the Camden Coalition and advocates who are spearheading INSPIRE, a national strategy to advance community partnerships in healthcare. INSPIRE’s goal is to create tools, resources, and learning/coaching models that will meet the varied needs of healthcare stakeholders and people with lived experience to advance meaningful partnerships in their communities to deliver better quality healthcare.
About Our Guests:
Evelyne Kane, MPH – Senior Program Manager for Community Engagement and Capacity Building at The Camden Coalition
Stephanie Burdick – Advocate and TBI survivor based in Salt Lake City. She is a vocal advocate and survivor of traumatic brain injury in Salt Lake City, Utah. With a public health degree from Brigham Young University, Stephanie uses both her education and lived experience to add capacity to the movement for health equity. Through collaboration with community health workers and other advocates in Utah, she has been able to see the impact of community-centered decision-making. Other areas of advocacy include: improving the value of Medicaid and making social service programs widely accessible; reframing the narrative about social service beneficiaries; and most recently identifying and addressing causes of mistrust. Stephanie finds purpose by channeling her pain into systems change; she finds solace in her faith, and she finds joy in hiking Utah’s beautiful mountains with family and friends.