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Public Health Learning May 2019

Related Categories: Workforce Development

Topic: Workforce Development

Author: Samantha Draper

Date: 4/24/2019

 
 
 
 
Public Health Learning 
May 2019
 
Achieving Healthier Populations & Communities
 
Health Equity: When Will We Get There?
 
In creating a healthy nation, achieving health equity is key. Many of our collective efforts – eliminating health disparities, improving access to care, understanding the social determinants of health – underline our march toward this objective.
 
But how do we get there? The TRAIN Learning Network is combining efforts across organizations to build an understanding of health equity and share successful efforts to make it a reality. Explore more than 100 healthy equity-focused learning opportunities on TRAIN , participate in discussions, and share experiences from your own background.
Training Spotlight:


This learning bundle, developed by the Public Health Foundation (PHF), provides frontline professionals with the knowledge to better understand health equity and approaches that can help address related challenges. Course topics include addressing health equity, social determinants of health, engaging across sectors, and health literacy.
 
Video: What is Health Equity?
 
Health Equity Resources
  • Building Public Health Capacity to Advance Equity from the National Collaborative for Health Equity explores governmental public health’s role in advancing health equity with racial equity as a major priority and community engagement as a central strategy.



  • The American Hospital Association (AHA) created an Equity of Care Toolkit that is a user-friendly "how-to" guide to help accelerate the elimination of health care disparities and ensure hospital leadership reflects the communities they serve.
 
Did You Know?

Health disparities affect people and communities in many ways. For example, individuals living in lower income households are three times more likely to die than individuals with a household income of more than $115,000. Learn more facts about health disparities and visit the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities .
Events

May 1, 2019. 1:00-2:00pm EDT.
Sponsor: American Hospital Association

May 1, 2019. 1:00-2:00pm EDT.
Sponsor: IBM Watson Health & Welltok

May 7, 2019. Atlanta, GA.
Sponsor: National Rural Health Association

June 19 - 22, 2019. Oakland, CA.
Sponsor: Various sponsors
Competencies for Population Health Professionals Released

Are you passionate about population health? Are you involved in developing and implementing population health programs and services? Is community benefit work a core part of what you do? The newly released Competencies for Population Health Professionals (Population Health Competencies) - a set of skills desirable for population health professionals - is for you! To get started, see the new competency set, along with training plans to support your work in population health .
 
 
 
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Website: www.train.org 

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