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InquisitHealth 15m
Experiencing two or more economic hardships during childhood was associated with a 23% increase in the risk of death from any cause in this brief by
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Rachel Tolhurst 5h
Abu Conteh outlines our shared concepts of health and well-being
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Andrea Freeman 1m
“Good health begins where you sleep” says Nicole Beckles. So true!!
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Policies for Action Jun 18
"Achieving equitable outcomes requires eliminating health disparities and obligates that health systems move beyond their traditional roles..."
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ChangeLab Solutions Jun 17
Parks improve and wellbeing for communities and families! A system makes sure that everyone can access a great park. See our parks policy tools and guides:
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Lindsay Huse, BSN, MPH, PHNA-BC Jun 24
If you had an opportunity that was a non-nursing position but gave you the chance to do all the things you preach about to address and in a more direct way (advocacy, board work, community building, etc) would you do it?
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Center for a Diverse Healthcare Workforce 23h
"If I have colleagues who are different than me, then I learn from them." Which in turn means our patients get better, more culturally sensitive care. -- , Director of Admissions at
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RAD-AID 10m
RAD-AID works for in for to address . See new report on
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Philip M. Alberti 20h
More than half of the world's countries (the US is not one of them) affirm health care as a human right, but guaranteeing that right requires a lot more than a single policy, writes
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Brigham Consulting, LLC Jun 24
Excited to have a conversation about how foundations can authentically engage communities as they make investments.
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Nathan Rockey 17h
“We see an urgent need for medical and other health professional curricula to focus on identifying and addressing structural causes of disease and to foster the capacity to learn from our patients and their communities”
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HealthSmart K-12 53m
Hey ! “: A Buzz Word or the Future” presented at 8:40AM today by , don’t miss it and learn about all the work at !
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More Inclusive Healthcare 22h
Join us for our webinar Wednesday with and Dr. Ronald Wyatt. More information here:
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Jonathan Carmona Jun 20
is excited to be joining in Reno, NV for the 2019 Annual Conference: "A Climate of Change: Nurses Taking Action to Achieve Equity" Looking forward to adding to this powerful conversation & look for us in the exhibition hall!
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HEAL Initiative 18h
From this morning’s session on Decolonizing Global Health, Cristina Rivera Carpenter shares, “Indigenous knowledge is foundational to the work of decolonizing global health. Culture is medicine. Culture is intervention."
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Mellisa Wheeler Jun 23
Recruit with diversity in mind and build resources to eliminate practical barriers and we just might be on to something. The Need for Clinical Trial Navigators
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Philip M. Alberti 17h
“The lack of dialogue between the building and development sectors and government health agencies is indicative of the poor uptake of evidence linking health and the built and social environment.”
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Health Equity Network India 2h
Strengthening in and overall strengthening of us crucial for achieving
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HERHealthEQ Jun 20
No amount is too small and today is the day! Please donate to our fundraiser to support in - we're partnering with @curecervicalcancer to provide equipment to local clinics to treat thousands of women with
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Philip M. Alberti 20h
Congrats on the new "Ethnicity and Disease" supplement featuring research, policy action, & interventions from your Transdisc. Collab. Center, a center funded by .
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