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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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
Advancing equity through research and evaluation: A guide for child welfare leaders and decision makersChild welfare agency leaders, including tribal child welfare administrators, and other decision makers possess substantial power and influence that can be leveraged toward advancing equity in research and evaluation. National momentum is growing to identify and address the disproportionality and disparities that diverse communities along the child welfare continuum experience. These include the…November 2022Policy and Practice
Applying specific strategies throughout an organization’s continuous quality improvement (CQI) process can provide the focused, proactive, and sustained attention needed to identify and address racial and ethnic disparities in child welfare outcomes. This resource offers action steps that can be applied within each of the core functions of the CQI process as well as a set of cross-cutting…November 2022Policy and Practice
As part of the American Rescue Plan, HHS and HRSA have awarded nearly $390 million to develop and support a community-based workforce that will engage in locally-tailored efforts to build vaccine confidence and bolster COVID-19 vaccinations in underserved communities. The CBO Program began in June 2021, with four cohorts of awards to a total of 158 national, regional, and local organizations and…November 2022COVID-19/Coronavirus, Vaccine Trust
The White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health, held on September 28, 2022, was a historic event, over 50 years in the making. A national strategy to improve food and nutrition security was released at this event, underlining the need to improve the equity of health outcomes. Partners for Advancing Health Equity (P4HE Collaborative), the Tulane Nutrition Program, and our collection…October 2022Policy and Practice, Social/Structural Determinants
In celebration of 25 years of promoting health equity and social justice through partnerships with community and academic partners, CCPH is hosting a series of webinars highlighting partnerships and their power to change the conditions and environments in which people live, work, study, pray, and play. The initial webinar in the series will explore CCPH’s partnership with the Duke Clinical…October 2022COVID-19/Coronavirus, Communication
“Indigenous peoples offer us valuable ways to address the global water crisis through their traditional practices, both in terms of the sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems and the democratic governance of safe drinking water and sanitation,” said Special Rapporteur on the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation Pedro Arrojo-Agudo. (author introduction) #P4HEwebinarJuly2023October 2022Policy & Law, Services & Programs, Access
There are two types of quality measures: those that are regulatory-driven – required or incentivized by the Federal government – and measures recommended from healthcare organizations and programs, including federal departments and other non-profits, think tanks and research entities. As follow up to article one on recent health equity regulations, this article provides an overview of the major…October 2022Policy and Practice
This article in the Boston Globe reports on a study which discovered specific challenges that people with disabilities face when trying to access healthcare. #P4HEwebinarMarch2023October 2022
When talking about whole-person health care, the terminology itself can be confusing, misleading, and laden with New-Age stigmas. But use a different word--integrative. Integrative medicine combines the best in traditional health care. It seeks to treat illness with medication and/or medical procedures, with non-traditional research- and outcome-based therapies that fall into a category commonly…October 2022Services & Programs