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Workforce & Authentic Relationships

The Health Leads Network offers the kind of tangible resources, learning and community that healthcare practitioners need to turn community health goals into action. Our efforts tackle several of the key barriers front-line practitioners and caregivers face in pursuing health equity — including Workforce & Authentic Relationships.

Below is a selection of resources to help healthcare organizations foster policies, processes and support to sustain a workforce that develops authentic relationships and meets patients where they are. Check back regularly, as our broader Resource Library grows each week!

The CIE Data Equity Framework

The CIE Data Equity Framework

The challenges associated with confronting and eliminating structural racism are extensive and require intentional reflection and correction of the processes and systems that harm communities. The CIE Data Equity Framework, created in partnership with Dr. Rhea Boyd, 211/CIE San Diego and Health Leads, is an innovative framework that guides individuals and institutions towards building anti-racist systems that create more equitable and inclusive systems
Barriers and Opportunities: Doula Care in the Age of the Pandemic

Barriers and Opportunities: Doula Care in the Age of the Pandemic

Despite their proven effectiveness in improving birth outcomes, Doulas continue to face barriers to providing care that have been further intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic. This resource shares learnings from a series of focus groups Health Leads conducted with Doulas working in New York City, presenting challenges, opportunities, and recommendations for how institutions can better integrate and support doulas into the care team.
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LATEST LEARNING OPPORTUNITY

Webinar Series: Part 1: Equity’s Role in SDOH Interventions – Implementation

In part one of this three-part webinar series, health equity champions from across the country share their experiences integrating equity into SDOH interventions — highlighting best practices, tools and frameworks that participants  can apply to their own work.

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DOZENS OF EXPERTS FROM MORE THAN 30 ORGANIZATIONS HELPED SHAPE THE ROADMAP

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THE ROADMAP IS BUILT OFF YEARS OF EXISTING RESEARCH

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