Login Event Calendar Careers About NACCHO Contact Us Site Map

Dear Visitor,

You have reached the archived version of NACCHO's website. As of February 1, 2016, the content on this site will no longer be updated and may contain outdated information. To see NACCHO's most recent and updated content, please visit our new site at www.naccho.org.

If you have additional questions, please contact us at support@naccho.org.


NACCHO Annual 2010 Banner Register Exhibit/Sponsor Home Attend
Back to Agenda

Doak Bloss, B.A.

Health Equity and Social Justice Coordinator
Ingham County Health Department, MI

Doak Bloss is a writer, trainer, and facilitator. Since 1998 he has worked for the Ingham County Health Department (ICHD) in Lansing, Michigan, where he served as the project coordinator for Ingham Community Voices until 2002. As Health Equity and Social Justice Coordinator for ICHD, he leads a team of 20 facilitators conducting four-day workshops on health equity and social justice for the department?s employees and interested community members. His coordination of the Social Justice Project for Ingham County Health Department is detailed in a chapter of the 2007 publication, Tackling Health Inequities: A Handbook for Action, published by the National Association of City and County Health Officials, updated and re-issued in 2010 by Oxford University Press. In 2007, Mr. Bloss co-founded the Lansing-based Facilitators Guild?a unique monthly gathering of community members interested in defining, nurturing, and building the community?s capacity to facilitate effective dialogue processes. He is a frequent presenter and trainer in Michigan and elsewhere on the use of dialogue as a vehicle for illuminating and confronting health inequity through public health practice and community organizing.


Date Time Title Track Session Type Location
Jul 16, 2010 8:00 AM-
9:30 AM
Under the Skin: Why We Must Explicitly Tackle the Root Causes of Health Inequity Marketing to Improve Public Health Perception Sharing Session (90 minutes) Room 14

Print this page Print This Page

Email this page E-Mail This Page

Bookmark and Share

Related Content