Pharmacy-based structural interventions to reduce racial inequities in HIV
About Dr. Natalie Crawford
Dr. Crawford is an Assistant Professor in Behavioral, Social and Health Education Sciences in the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. She is also the Associate Director of the Prevention and Implementation Sciences Core in the Center for AIDS Research at Emory. Trained in social epidemiology, she received her PhD in Epidemiology from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Dr. Crawford completed her post-doctoral training at the University of Michigan as a Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholar. Dr. Crawford will discuss the impact of structural interventions in non-traditional health care settings such as pharmacies on reducing racial inequities in HIV prevention. Dr. Crawford has published extensively in this area and holds expertise in innovative methodologies such as virtual neighborhood auditing and social network data collection that allow her work to examine the multi-level social influences of neighborhoods and social networks on disease transmission.