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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As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, with its waves of isolation, disconnection, and loss, the Coalition’s mission becomes critical – even now more than ever – in grounding ourselves in meaningful connection, resiliency, and belonging. The Coalition advocates for a comprehensive policy agenda that focuses on public awareness, social services, health services, innovation, and research. An…January 2023Interventions, Social/Structural Determinants
Systems within communities—including medical care, public health, housing, education, transportation, justice, and human services—directly influence the health and well-being of community members. These systems often operate independently from each other, resulting in inefficient allocation of resources, lack or duplication of services, and poor service quality. These effects hamper systems'…January 2023Policy and Practice
DPC performs work in healthcare advocacy, expert policy analysis, and participatory research to help support the community. They strive to share the perspectives of people with disabilities and make Massachusetts more accessible and inclusive. This booklet shares DPC's top legislative priorities, budget priorities, and other bills that they support.January 2023Policy and Practice
Our Mission: NBEC creates transnational solutions that optimize Black maternal, infant, sexual, and reproductive wellbeing. We shift systems and culture through training, research, technical assistance, policy, advocacy, and community-centered collaboration. Our Vision: All Black mamas, their babies, and their villages THRIVE. (abbreviated author introduction) #P4HEwebinarMay2022January 2023Maternal/Child Health, Policy and Practice
Detailing Action Kits contain clinical tools, resources for providers and patient education materials, promoting evidence-based best practices and chronic disease management. These materials are available for health care providers and their practices to help improve patient care related to key public health challenges. Clinical topics have been chosen largely because of their anticipated impact…January 2023Services & Programs
When we look around the world—from Canada to Colombia, Belgium to Botswana, Italy to India—we see countries that have made progress in tackling the same kind of problems that challenge our nation. We want to know: How are other nations making progress toward achieving gender equity, advancing wellbeing, building authentic and meaningful community power, and fostering sustainable and equitable…January 2023Policy and Practice
This website provides an overview of the Deloitte Health Equity Institute, sharing its mission in advancing health equity and positively impacting others. It also shares information on the organization's collaborations, data, insights and playbooks, news, and leadership. #P4HEwebinarMay2023January 2023Policy and Practice
Since 2015, the AAMC has produced an annual series of Community Engagement Toolkits in collaboration with our members and their communities. These toolkits provide unvarnished community perspectives on crucial issues and views about how our members can be better partners. The AAMC Collaborative for Health Equity: Act, Research, Generate Evidence (CHARGE) — the AAMC’s national collaborative of…January 2023Policy and Practice
Health care payments have a broad spectrum. Every patient has unique circumstances, and every practice has its own payment procedure. You need to ensure your family has access to the medical attention they need that is also affordable. Many practices utilize a sliding fee scale. It makes payments easier and helps coordinate your bottom line. More importantly, it keeps your family safe as you…January 2023Services & Programs
From examining a neighborhood’s food environment to collaborating with policymakers to use geospatial mapping, the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future explores the causes of food insecurity, inequity and poor access on the ability of a community to meet its food needs. By directing resources to areas with significant needs, we work with communities and policymakers to use data and stories…January 2023Services & Programs