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SXSW 2018: Making Health Equity a Reality
“Can you imagine a world in which everyone has a fair chance to be healthy? It starts with the removal of obstacles to health such as poverty, discrimination, lack of access to good jobs, etc., and ends when the immutable characteristics of race, gender, and sexual identity, are no longer correlated to higher rates of adverse health outcomes. The result is healthier communities. Check out this video to see the panel discussion from this lively conversation at SXSW 2018 on what it takes to make health equity a reality.”
Webinar: Transforming Public Health through Collaboration with Health Care
This webinar, recorded on November 14, 2016 by PHNCI, discusses “the importance of [public health and health care] collaboration and [provides] information about two national initiatives (the newly launched Digital Bridge project and the State Health Values and Strategies program) aimed at improving population health through reforming the delivery of health care services and exchanging information between sectors.”
What CEOs Say
This YouTube playlist contains the full videos and highlights from the What CEOs Say series from the Harvard Chan School of Public Health. The interviews in the series “focus on CEOs who have successfully executed a Culture of Health, talking about how they actually did so.” For more information: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/leadership-studio/what-ceos-say/.