New England Regional Health Equity Profile & Call to ActionSeq ID: 184
Authors: National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities
Website link: https://scholars.unh.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1021&context=iod_chhs
Publicly Available: Yes
Evidence Generation: Results from pilots or studies not published in formal literature, Evidence-based interventions, Documentation of how CHWs can work within care teams
Workforce Development: CDC expand CHW work into SDOH, Outreach/education/ TA to employers on CHW generally
The New England Regional Health Equity Profile and Call to Action uses a “social determinants of health” approach. A social determinants of health approach focuses on understanding how the intersection of the social and physical environments; individual behaviors; and access to education, income, healthy foods and health care, impacts a wide range of health and quality-of-life outcomes. The report examines the following topics: Socio-Economic Status, Healthy Eating and Physical Activity, Risky Behaviors, Cultural Competency in Health Care, Health Care Access, Health Outcomes, and the Intersection of Race/Ethnicity & Disability. It also includes a description of State Health Equity Activities and a Regional Call to Action.
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