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Faith, Community Leaders Address Health Disparities | UAMSHealth
April 18, 2017 | The importance of partnerships and networking to reduce health disparities was emphasized April 7 at the Community Campus Partnership Conference to address health disparities held at the Four Points by Sheraton in Little Rock. The conference, presented by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), brought together over 200 faith and community leaders, educators, health care providers and researchers to discuss health equity in Arkansas. "This is an opportunity for us, as researchers, to explain to community leaders what community-based participatory research is, as well as an opportunity to share the research we've been working on with the faith community and what we have found along the way," said Keneshia Bryant-Moore, Ph.D, R.N., associate professor in the UAMS College of Public Health's Health Behavior and Health Education Department and conference planning committee chairperson. Attendees are able to utilize the conference to identify potential