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.
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- Helping someone less fortunate feels good, right? But when people from rich countries show up in low- and middle-income countries dispensing goodwill and largesse, their efforts may, at best, be too little and, at worst, could do harm. Dr. Kirk Scirto, a family practice physician in Buffalo, New York, has devoted more than two decades to trying to help others through global health promotion and…February 2023Interventions, Global Health
- 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 plenary session during the Partners for Advancing Health Equity 2022 Summit, panelists conducted a Q&A session with audience members revolving a series of questions on how lower-income minority communities are impacted by climate change and natural disasters, as well as what the future could look like for these populations. #P4HEsummit2022December 2022Climate Change
- Are you working to promote economic mobility for children and families? Are you curious about how cross-sector partnership can address systemic challenges? Want to learn more about how housing and education can come together to advance mobility from poverty? This toolkit is intended as a resource for individuals and organizations seeking to build and advance cross-sector partnerships to…November 2022Services & Programs, Social/Structural Determinants
- Since its founding in 2007 at the Yale School of Public Health, the Community Alliance for Research and Engagement (CARE) has worked to identify solutions to health challenges such as diabetes, asthma, and heart and lung diseases through community-based research and projects focusing on social, environmental, and behavioral risk factors. In the fall of 2016, The Community Alliance for Research…July 2022Illness/Disease/Injury/Wellbeing
- There’s a lot to fix about America’s broken systems. One of the most important is healthcare. In the ongoing fight for racial justice, we must call on those in power to center the fight for equity around health. For too long, our country’s racist infrastructure has overburdened the physical and mental health of our communities. Without access to quality healthcare, people of color will not be…April 2022Advocacy, Health Reform
- There is an urgent need to extend essential services and offerings to those who are disadvantaged due to socio-economic factors, racial injustice, advanced age, and other differentiators that are biologic or societal in nature. Microsoft is working closely with our customers, public health teams, and partners across the globe to achieve more for the communities they serve. Currently we are…June 2021Policy & Law, Social/Structural Determinants, Environmental/Community Health, Racism
- This special webinar series explores how climate change affects low-income people, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, people of color and other people who are at increased risk due to climate change. In addition, presenters will suggest what is needed to prevent illness, disability, and death from climate change-related conditions among these and other Connecticut residents. Each webinar was held for one…December 2020
- Primary health care offers a cost–effective route to achieving universal health coverage (UHC). However, primary health-care systems are weak in many low- and middle-income countries and often fail to provide comprehensive, people-centred, integrated care. We analysed the primary health-care systems in 20 low- and middle-income countries using a semi-grounded approach. Options for strengthening…November 2020Services & Programs, Global Health
- This blog post covers a Dutch participatory research project called The Workspace, a study which brought policymakers together with unemployed people to share perspectives on municipal initiatives to encourage unemployed people's participation in society. The article outlines how The Workspace encouraged dialogue and furthered the goals of action participatory research.October 2020Structural Violence, Systemic Determinants