The Partners for Advancing Health Equity (P4HE) Resource Library is a virtual portal containing action-oriented health equity research, practice, and policies. The library aims to increase equity in health by offering free access to field-tested, evidence-informed and evidence-based programs strategies and high-quality research.
Read More about the Library Scope.
Today, there is no questioning the prevalence of media in day-to-day life. People in the United States spend an average of 4.5 hours a day watching some form of entertainment media. Lasting solutions to health equity require buy-in from a range of individuals and communities, including those who are not typically engaged in educational or movement-building efforts. The broad-reaching scope of…December 2022Communication
COVID-19 exposed more than health inequities; it also showed us the importance of digital equity, defined by the National Digital Inclusion Alliance as “a condition in which all individuals and communities have the information technology capacity needed for full participation in our society, democracy, and economy.” As Americans and people around the world engage with digital tools and learning…December 2022Policy and Practice
In this opening plenary session from the Partners for Advancing Health Equity 2022 Summit, Thomas LaVeist, Alonzo Plough, and Sheldon Watts held a conversation around health equity and next steps in advancing the conversation.December 2022Policy and Practice
In this closing plenary session from the Partners for Advancing Health Equity 2022 Summit, Thomas LaVeist and Michael White, a educator, jazz historian, bandleader, and composer, closed the Summit by discussing and showcasing New Orleans jazz as a metaphor for American Life.December 2022Policy and Practice, Social/Structural Determinants
This guide aims to grow understanding of what digital equity is, why it is important, and identify best practices for ensuring equity when using digital platforms. The world’s shift to a heavy reliance on virtual platforms to collaborate, exchange information, and conduct business in recent years requires that people have access to internet and utilize various digital mediums. It is important…December 2022Policy and Practice
In this breakout session during the Partners for Advancing Health Equity 2022 Summit, panelists spoke about their work for the Austin Justice Coalition (AJC), a community organization that focuses on improving the quality of life for people who are Black, Brown, and poor. Since 2015, AJC has served as a catalyst for positive change towards economic and racial equity for Austin’s people of color…December 2022Policy and Practice
In this breakout session from the Partners for Advancing Health Equity 2022 Summit, panelists shared excerpt clips from the film "Public Education, Racism, and Community Health: Lessons from New Orleans" which documents the community struggle in having a say with rebuilding the city's public education system after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The webinar also highlighted the structural flaws of…December 2022Education, Environment/Context, Racism
In this breakout session during the Partners for Advancing Health Equity 2022 Summit, panelists discussed what it means to effectively measure health equity in different settings. A main theme throughout the presentation was how measuring health equity cannot be done without also equally measuring the causes of health inequities. When thinking about how certain outcomes in health equity are…December 2022Racism
In a breakout session during the Partners for Advancing Health Equity 2022 Summit, Dr. James presented an overview on the current field of equitable grantmaking in health equity. President and CEO of Grantmakers in Health, Dr. James' company has five areas of focus for their 2023 strategic plan: health equity and social justice, access and quality, population health, community engagement and…December 2022Systemic Determinants
In this breakout session during the Partners for Advancing Health Equity 2022 Summit, Dr. Walters explained how power, love and vision are foundational elements needed when addressing historical and intergenerational trauma for health equity in the context of Native American settler colonialism.December 2022Policy and Practice, Environment/Context