Stanford Social Innovation Review and Grantmakers in Health: Innovations in Health Equity

The Stanford Social Innovation Review and Grantmakers in Health have published this special supplement on health equity. Articles include discussions of the role of health philanthropy in addressing equity; the role of community organizers in advancing health equity; promoting health impact assessments; implementing healing justice in response to community violence; achieving healthy communities through transit equity; and using fair housing to achieve health equity. Additional articles focus on health disparities among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations, and Native American communities. The special supplement was funded by the Aetna Foundation.

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This entry was posted in Health Care Disparities, Health Care Disparities: Effective Interventions, Health Care Disparities: Stakeholders Engaged, Health Care Reform, Health Care Reform: Advancing Equity, Health Status Disparities, Healthy Neighborhoods and Communities, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health, Prevention, Social Determinants of Health. Bookmark the permalink.

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