from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

A workbook that instructs public health professionals on how to reduce health inequities, caused┬áby the “systematic and unjust” distribution of resources. Provides a list of the social determinants of health; identifies how they differ according to population group and demographic; and outlines initiatives that have sought to address how social factors such as lack of physical activity, violence, and racism, can affect the health of communities.

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