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Kevin Sykes, PhD, MPH
Kevin Sykes is the director of clinical research at the health and wellness center for Baylor Scott & White Health.
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In this episode, Dr. Kevin Sykes, PhD, MPH, director of clinical research at Baylor Scott & White Health in Dallas, explores health equity research in otolaryngology with host Dr. Gopi Shah.
First, Dr. Sykes underscores how historical injustices contribute to health disparities seen today, using differences in life expectancy as an example. He then addresses challenges with assessing head & neck cancer outcomes, including small sample sizes, limited community participation, and data aggregation. Speaking to study design, Dr. Sykes shares his experience working with community health workers, whom he finds invaluable for their ability to build relationships with research participants. Finally, Dr. Shah and Dr. Sykes brainstorm how health equity research can shape public health policies and medical education.
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