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  • disparities
  • The Community Health Needs Assessment was completed in 2000 and reported the needs, health disparities, and assets of Scott County. (scottcountyiowa.com)
  • Together, we aim to reverse a series of policy and programmatic decisions that have resulted in decades of disinvestment in low-income communities across the nation, fueling enormous disparities in health and economic opportunities across zip codes that are often just a few miles apart. (frbsf.org)
  • The Attachment and Health Disparities Lab seeks to understand health disparities observed among young sexual and racial/ethnic minorities through the lens of Dr. Cook's integrated theory of adult attachment and minority stress. (nyu.edu)
  • Making these theoretical and empirical linkages is important for understanding how to address health disparities among disadvantaged individuals who are at heightened risk for experiencing minority stress compared to other individuals (e.g. (nyu.edu)
  • The concepts of equity and equality are explained, and health disparities are identified as a key theme of the report. (nccdh.ca)
  • The Executive Summary pulls out key statistics related to health disparities in the region. (nccdh.ca)
  • The assessment incorporates a magnifying glass graphic beside indicators that show differences in health status among groups within regional populations - this makes it very easy to see where disparities exist and find the statistics about that region. (nccdh.ca)
  • 2017
  • 3. Wednesday, 21.6.2017: International Day of Yoga celebrations with mass demonstration on beach and different events by Tourism, Health and Education departments with participation by CYTER team. (slideshare.net)
  • The World Health Assembly (WHA)-the decision-making body of the World Health Organization (WHO)-adopted a long-expected cancer resolution at its 2017 meeting, the body's first resolution on cancer in 12 years and the first to emphasize, among other issues, the accessibility and affordability of cancer care. (ascopost.com)
  • inequities
  • Over the past several years, LIIF, Enterprise, and NRDC had been talking to one another, and to Ford and Kresge, about how to address climate change challenges and regional inequities via the urban development process. (frbsf.org)
  • It specifically names indicators that point to health inequities, such as housing and the socioeconomic factor index. (nccdh.ca)
  • It provides visual and tangible information to educate staff and partners about the existence of health inequities in the population. (nccdh.ca)
  • And by identifying inequities in an official document, it also demonstrates the need for committing resources to address them. (nccdh.ca)
  • A section called "Mind the Gap" outlines how the equity gap continues to widen and inequities still exist and may worsen as the health status of lower income areas improved more slowly as the health of some segments of the population (e.g., more affluent) improves. (nccdh.ca)
  • Goals
  • Emergencies can undermine decades of social development and hard-earned health gains, weaken health systems and slow progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). (ennonline.net)
  • 2. ii Taking KEPH to the Community THIS PUBLICATION is one of a series that the Ministry of Health will produce to support the achievement of the goals of the second National Health Sector Strategic Plan, 2005-2010 (NHSSP II). (slideshare.net)
  • "The resolution sends a very clear message that access to high-quality, cost-effective cancer services needs further prioritization to reduce the burden of cancer globally and to achieve the UN Agenda for Sustainable Development goals," said André Ilbawi, MD , Technical Officer in WHO's Department for Management of Noncommunicable Diseases, Disability, Violence, and Injury Prevention. (ascopost.com)
  • populations
  • A major challenge in translating the successes of the HIV/AIDS movement into broader health systems change is deepening the involvement of citizens who would be most impacted by such changes-often the most marginalized populations. (hhrjournal.org)
  • Though current theoretical paradigms of attachment indicate how individuals respond to stress, these theories do not adequately account for the unique impact of social stressors on individual health and well-being, which may be of critical importance in understanding the drivers of health in marginalized populations. (nyu.edu)
  • Prepare graduates who will be leaders in their fields and professions to inform and influence professional dialogues on key health issues affecting diverse individuals and populations, as well as the communities in which they reside. (csudh.edu)
  • Centre
  • This document uses the health indicator framework outlined by the Health Council of Canada that puts the concept of equity at the centre of all the indicators measured. (nccdh.ca)
  • capacities
  • Human resources have thus been defined as one of the eight essential capacities that States Parties need to strengthen to achieve compliance with IHR requirements. (who.int)
  • mental
  • The caregivers' social role, the existence of emotional problems, and their mental health status led to this result. (hindawi.com)
  • The caregiver's "burden" is a term coined to describe the accumulation of problems ranging from the stress involved in caretaking for AD patients to social isolation and financial problems that eventually could damage a caretaker's own professional and social life, physical and mental health, and financial prosperity [ 7 , 9 , 12 - 14 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • priority
  • Health is a top priority in all kinds of emergency, whether due to natural disasters, conflicts, disease outbreaks, food contamination, chemical or radio-nuclear spills, among other hazards. (ennonline.net)
  • Urban and rural basic medical institutions shall all use national essential drugs, while other medical institutions shall give priority to the use of essential drugs and follow the requirement on utilization percentage of essential drugs which will be set by the health administrations later. (lexology.com)
  • stakeholder
  • Capacity building is defined as the development of knowledge, skills, commitment, structures, systems and leadership to enable effective health promotion and the aim of this study was to determine if the capacity of the Geelong community, represented by key stakeholder organisations, to support healthy eating and physical activity for young children was increased after Romp & Chomp . (biomedcentral.com)
  • Emergencies
  • Informed by recent experiences, WHO has reshaped its emergency programme to include creation of WHO's Health Emergencies Programme, an updated Emergency Response Framework and adoption of the Incident Management System (IMS) to manage response. (ennonline.net)
  • Workers
  • The subcontractor will provide technical expertise, materials, and support to prepare CSH to implement peer training for individuals with lived experience of homelessness to work as housing navigators and community health workers. (footholdtechnology.com)
  • program
  • The Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program is the only community health program funded by the CDC, and the only federal i. (phi.org)
  • On April 28th , a student from the Occupational Health and Safety Program at Marconi Campus, N.S. Community College began a 5-week placement in this department. (cbv.ns.ca)
  • Derek Devoe from the Northside has been busy preparing information for presentations to students, inspections in schools and a revision of the Health and Safety Program. (cbv.ns.ca)
  • On May 11th , Brandy MacDonald, a student of the Human Resources program of N.S. Community College in Halifax began a work placement in the Human Resources Department. (cbv.ns.ca)
  • Applying this data to program and operational plans is the critical next step. (nccdh.ca)
  • Emi was an Instructor at the College of the Marshall Islands, Grants Director for the RMI Ministry of Education, and Program Manager for the UNDP and the Marshall Islands Economic Policy Planning and Statistics Office. (pihoa.org)
  • Emi has worked extensively with the NGO community in Kiribati, Fiji, New Zealand, Cook Islands, RMI, and the Federeates States of Micronesia (FSM) in grant writing, grants management, institutional strengthening, community health outreach training, adolescent sexual and reproductive health clinical service delivery and health program development. (pihoa.org)
  • Implementing
  • To drive that forward, we are supporting four creative and dedicated implementing partners- Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise), the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco-who have impact across all of these sectors. (frbsf.org)
  • Human Resources
  • The availability of human resources with the appropriate mix of knowledge, skills and competencies constitutes an essential requirement for Member States to fulfil their obligations. (who.int)
  • framework
  • development of a joint operational framework is underway. (ennonline.net)
  • Equity and equality are explained, and a description of 12 key determinants of health that forms the framework for the indicators is included. (nccdh.ca)
  • perspectives
  • Prepare scholar-activists who -- with global consciousness and ecosystemic perspectives -- are committed to attaining health equity and collective well-being through the promotion of human development, universal human rights, and social justice. (csudh.edu)
  • Minister
  • Ma Xiaowei, Vice Minister of Health, said in early April 2009 that the formulation of the National Essential Drug List is the first task to establish the National Essential Drug System, and it was intended to be issued in April3. (lexology.com)
  • This global gathering gives us the opportunity to learn from each other's successes and challenges, and to identify new approaches," said Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi, South African Health Minister. (eurekalert.org)
  • We need to bring cancer fully into the discussion of access and affordability," said Brazil's delegate, Minister of Health Ricardo Barros . (ascopost.com)
  • sectors
  • For work across sectors in low-income communities to improve health and wellbeing From their unique position as a national convener at the inte. (phi.org)
  • Beyond a regional impact, we think that SPARCC can have an enduring influence on how the health, environmental, and community development sectors approach their work. (frbsf.org)
  • Support
  • In support of the UN Secretary-General's Every Woman Every Child movement, the Partners' Forum builds on two months of high-level meetings in Toronto, Prague, and Washington, DC, where global leaders and health experts met to discuss strategies to promote the health of women and children. (eurekalert.org)
  • Signalling their support for the full and prompt implementation of the plan, Forum attendees announced 40 new commitments. (eurekalert.org)
  • 1 Along with a number of other organizations and individuals, UACT had asked WHA to support a feasibility study on the "progressive delinkage of the costs of research and development from the price of cancer medicines. (ascopost.com)
  • indicators
  • Aiming to reverse the declining trends in key health sector indicators, NHSSP II has five broad policy objectives. (slideshare.net)
  • The Community Health Assessments (CHA) use quantitative and qualitative methods to collect and examine health status indicators and provide an understanding of health in a community. (lakecountyjobcenter.com)
  • Clear explanations are given linking individual indicators to health, such as employment and housing, as well as the relationship between indicators (e.g., unemployment linked to poor health, and is associated with difficult living conditions, low socioeconomic status, and social problems). (nccdh.ca)
  • Describing how specific indicators impact health equity shifts the focus beyond just reporting data and moves it towards understanding the health impact of those indicators. (nccdh.ca)
  • access
  • Undernutrition, in combination with a lack of access to health facilities and water supplies, leads to disease outbreaks and epidemics, including acute watery diarrhoea and cholera. (ennonline.net)
  • and access to medical providers for under-insured, uninsured, and those with Medicaid health insurance. (scottcountyiowa.com)
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  • approach
  • While this is a sweeping statement, it is important to differentiate this rights-based approach from other approaches that seek merely to reduce population disease, maximize cost-effectiveness, or facilitate rational private investment in health. (hhrjournal.org)
  • actions
  • Launching the Community Strategy - Community Entry 14 3.1 STEP 1: Creating Awareness 14 3.2 STEP 2: Situation Analysis and Household Registration 15 3.3 STEP 3: Planning Actions for Improving Health Status 16 3.4 STEP 4: Establishing Information Systems to Monitor Change 16 4. (slideshare.net)
  • Newborn
  • At this Forum, leaders discussed steps to assist countries that have lagged behind in efforts to improve reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health, and made specific recommendations for how to maintain the focus on women and children within the post-2015 development agenda. (eurekalert.org)
  • The action plan is based on concrete evidence to further reduce preventable newborn deaths and stillbirths. (eurekalert.org)