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Communicate For Health Justice Jul 16
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2. We want this new definition to reflect issues of . This includes access barriers, but it should also highlight how limited education gaps (patient education) can hinder patients' health knowledge.
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Ben Aronson Jul 15
"Conversations on Racial Justice, because that's fun!" giving us advice on teaching and using humor and theater
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Emilio Mordini 13h
It's time to change the definition of 'health' - STAT
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MPACT for Mankind 13h
We educate people & provide them with the tools needed to serve as active participants in the transformation of their lives, not merely as recipients.
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Surili Sutaria Patel Jul 15
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Health Progress 9h
This is horrific--a three-year-old child was asked to pick a parent in attempted family separation. We need to !
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Jordan Ghawi 4h
“The researchers found that only 10 percent to 20 percent of healthcare outcomes were determined by the provision of healthcare services, and that living conditions, education, income and other social determinants played a much larger role”
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TCHNetwork 11h
Mental Health is another crucial social determinant of physical health. Our teletherapy program breaks barriers our community faces when addressing their mental health needs. This program allows students to seek help through video conferencing & allows for greater
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Charles D. Imbergamo 5h
. Think ! Get informed! Ask local and community leaders about your community's equity profile. We are all responsible for a more just and equitable community. Ask questions, start conversations, examine your biases, and act!
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Health Leads Jul 19
"Studies have found that low education is attributable to the same number of deaths as heart attacks." This is shocking and unacceptable.
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CHI 7h
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CM Health Library 8h
Report [WHO Euro] Driving forward health equity: the role of accountability, policy coherence, social participation and empowerment- important insights into slow progress on & impacts of commercial determinants of health
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Center for a Diverse Healthcare Workforce 12h
"What distinguishes COMPADRE is the partnership. It's not often that institutions work across state lines, focusing on a region that needs better healthcare and more healthcare providers." via
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April Oh Jul 15
Dr. Kahana Singer asks: “Do you know what ‘WEIRD’ stands for?” Most research is done by “White-Educated-Industrialized-Rich-Democratic” this can lead to cultural disconnection w the medical system.
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Heather DiCioccio DNP RNC-MNN 2h
Yes!! , , all play a role in the care of the family. We need to learn it and accept the realities others face.
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Oregon Health Equity Alliance (OHEA) 11h
Via Google Search What does liberation mean? How is this important to health equity? Tweet us!
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University of Global Health Equity 17h
is . When we promote equity in leadership, we promote equity in social, economic, and political life. Learn how is envisioning a more diverse and equitable future at
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Dr.Haqmal, Mohammad N 16h
Visual explaining and ! Equity as reflected in the below picture can take place, when the distribution of the health services influenced by politics/politicians.
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Amida Care 7h
In the spirit of , we want to thank and uplift the Amida Care community: we are grateful for the community members and partners that support our work and make it worthwhile. Thank you for your commitment to , , and your work to .
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Rich Besser 15h
It was an honor to address and to meet with and in Detroit. We are working together towards an America in which everyone has a fair and just opportunity for health.
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