We build on Part 1 of this blog series with some details of what's worked well for us in applying data democratization in our work, along with some foundational principles for promoting and advancing this important approach.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic extends far beyond the illness itself. Communities of color will be hardest hit, and demand for essential resources across all communities will sharply increase. Our response demands a new level of collaboration, partnerships, and investment. Here is where you can find our most relevant and timely resources to both respond now and rebuild for the future.
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Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative: Fostering Community-Driven Change During COVID-19 and Beyond
09.14.2020 | Health Leads
We recently spoke with Melissa Jones, Executive Director of the Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative (BARHII), to learn how her community has mobilized to meet the challenges of our new reality head on. We talked through what it means to build effective collaboration structures, push forward policy changes, and address the inequities that have been made more apparent than ever.
08.26.2020 | Health Leads
In this podcast episode of Rightnowish, our very own Chief Clinical Officer Damon Francis discusses his work on the front lines and offers advice for healthy living during COVID-19.
08.10.2020 | Health Leads
Since September 2019, Dr. Janice Underwood has served as Virginia’s first cabinet-level Chief Diversity Officer, and she currently leads the Health Equity Task Force. We sat down with Dr. Underwood to discuss the transformative work the Northam administration and her team specifically are doing to fight racial injustice, advance equity across many dimensions of diversity, and build equitable systems in response to racial injustice and the COVID-19 pandemic.
06.25.2020 | Health Leads
The CEOs of Health Leads and Hopelab provide learnings from the field, and a framework for understanding the dimensions of the growing gap between essential resource needs and the capacity to meet those needs, which includes the ability to effectively coordinate resources and facilitate cross-sector collaboration as we rebuild systems with sustainable solutions.