Ideas to Consider in Framing Conversations around Health Inequity shares ideas to consider when conducting community assessments, defining priority communities and evaluating data through the prism of cultural competence. When engaging potential partners around defining and addressing health inequity, consider the sample scenarios in this PowerPoint to avoid inadvertently implicating potential partners as part of the problem.
I am committed to a person who loves me for who I am. He and I have two dogs. Cascadia is home for us. I know for sure no one makes it alone; bootstrapping is a cliched dog whistle. I surround myself with truth tellers. I am healthy and grateful for what I have (on most days). I wholeheartedly believe reading gives us super powers. Vote. Exercise. Eat Healthily. Sleep Soundly.