SMO 2017 Week 3: Mass Incarceration

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Monday, October 30 (Halloween)
Welcome to Internal Medicine!
Time & Location    
Topic/Speaker
Readings/Resources/Assignments
8:30-9:00 AM

3rd Floor Conference Room 
Brief Introduction to course
Matt Anderson and Dan O'Connell

9-1020The History of Social Medicine at Montefiore
Megan Wolff
 Lincoln Collective Radio Documentary (Bruce Soloway, Pacifica Radio)
10:30 to 11:50Mentoring Bronx Youth - Juan Robles
Bronx Community Health Leaders

https://www.bxchleaders.com/
 

Tuesday, October 31

Time & Location    
Topic/SpeakerReadings/Resources/Assignments
8:30 to noon  

Agenda Setting

Eliana Korin   

Readings:

 Noon to 1PM Lunch on your own
 1PM to 430Organizing for Social Change Workshop- Steve Max  Organizing for Change Chapters 3 (Choosing and Issue) Chapter 4 (Developing a Strategy)- Chapter 5 (A Guide to Tactics) PDF
or website: http://sites.middlebury.edu/organize/files/2014/08/Bobo-Kendall-Max-Organizing-for-Social-Change-Chpts-3-4-5-2.pdf

Wednesday, November 1

8:30 to 11:00AM
  
Reproductive Health Advocacy
(Marji Gold and Fellows)                                
 Reproductive Health advocacy Resources (Word Document)
11:10 to Noon             Mass Incarceration -Zach RosnerThe impact of mass incarceration on Outpatients in the bronx 2009
Shah, E

Noga Shalev's article on the development of prison health at Riker's: 
AJPH 2009 (This was her social medicine project). It is rather kind to Montefiore.

Injury Surveillance in NYC Jails AJPH 2012

Solitary Confinement and Risk of Self-Harm AJPH 2014

Traumatic Brain Injury among Newly Admitted Adolescents in the New York City Jail System Journal of Adolescent Health 2014

Wikipedia page on Rikers

New Yorker article Three Years on Rikers without a Trial.

A Plague of Prisons
The Prison Industrial Complex


Thursday, November 2
 830-noon

Narrative Medicine
Eliana Korin & Faculty


Narrative Medicine Assignment

Narrative Medicine Objectives
Noon  -1         Recruitment Lunch Fam Med Applicants Nicole Towolawi RPSM 2nd fl conference room
 1-2:20 PMHima Ekhanadaham - The Columbia Primary Care Crises of 2015- Academic medical centers and primary care.

Accelerating quality improvement within your organization:                                                 Applying the Model for Improvement    July 2015 Journal of the American Pharmacist Assoc.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1544319115300996?via%3Dihub

 2:30 to 4:30PMLynn Roberts
Assitant Professor of Community Health and SOcial Science
"Working with Communities and Community Based Organizations"

 
 4:30 - 4:50      Evaluations 

Friday, November 3: Prison Visits

Pre-trip      
7:00 (Rikers)
7:30 (Sing Sing)
Bedford) at RPSM

Preparing for a Prison Visit.

A journalist describes a visit to Rikers.

Before the Law: A New Yorker about a Bronx boy, Kalief Browder, arrested for stealing a backpack. He spent three years on Riker's awaiting trial. Ultimately his case was dismissed. He had been placed in solitary confinement for about two years while at Riker's.  The New Yorker has published video regarding violence he experienced while on Rikers.  He committed suicide on June 6, 2015.

Riker's Island

Departure 7:00am from DFSM

15-00 Hazen Street
East Elmhurst, NY

Attendees:

Stephanie Mischell

Susanna Moore

Tania Marin Saquicela

Rafael Nicol

Jasmine Corona

Yoo (Yuri) ReeLee

Amanda Parson

Joy Kang *Leader

Tanya Cocchia



Rikers 
PBS Newshour page on developments at Rikers
PBS will be airing a documentary entitled Rikers on November 15th
Democracy Now coverage of PBS documentary Rikers (11/2/2016)

Directions
Specifics:
Van leaves from 3544 Jerome @ 7:30 am.  Bring your Montefiore ID and a government issued photo ID (you will need this to get through security). The van will be taking you around the island. You will need to leave all personal items on the van when entering buildings. No food can be brought in. No food can be brought in. You may bring food on the van to eat before and/or after the visit. The visit is scheduled to end around 1:00 pm.

Sing Sing 

Departure 7:30am from DFSM

354 Hunter St, Ossining, NY 10562











 Attendees:

Rayna Sobieski

Laura Ucik

Carolina Miranda

Patricia Driscoll

James Yuan

Hussein Safa

Evan Milton

Christopher Pina

Eric Woods

Danielle Johnson

Kimberly Gurley

Navdeep Kaur 

Alison Guley *Leader    

 Wikipedia Article on Sing Sing

Leave 7:30 3544 Jerome at 7:30

Tour Guidelines (sent by Sing Sing)

Bedford Hills   

Departure 7:30am from DFSM

Bedford Hills Correctional Facility 
247 Harris Road                                          
Bedford Hills, NY 

Attendees:

Nell Baldwin

Sara Guevara

Walkens Desir

Jacob Mclean

Samuel Gagne

Rithika Mathias

Xi (Kathy) Chu

Nadia Shobnam

Sabrina Esbitt *Leader

Terysia Browne









 



Guidelines for Tour Participants
Directions

Specifics:
Pick up from 3544 Jerome @ 7:30am. Cell phones must be left in the van. Other personal items, including wallets and keys can be put in a rented locker (bring a quarter for this-you will get it back when you leave). No food can be brought in. You may bring food on the van to eat before and/or after the visit. The visit is scheduled to end around 12:30 pm.

 





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