Health Equity Resources
The resources on this page focus on an organizational perspective.
- Racial Equity Readiness Assessment for Workforce Development is designed as a guide for workforce development organizations and practitioners to evaluate their programs, operations, and culture in order to identify strength areas and growth opportunities. This guide can be used by all to inform their workforce development practices.
- Treat Me Right is a CDC campaign for healthcare providers and their patients that underscores the value of fostering a trusting patient-provider relationship and empowering patients to stay healthy.
- The CDC’S HIV Nexus is a one-stop location for information across the HIV continuum. Here, you can find updated tools, guidelines, and educational materials for you clinic, organization, and clients.
- Race Forward’s Race Reporting Guide explores ways to cover key issues with a racial lens and reviews seven harmful racial discourse practices.
- Achieving Health Equity: A Guide for Health Care Providers gives guidance on how health care organizations can reduce health disparities related to racial or ethnic group, religion, socioeconomic status, gender, age, mental health, cognitive, sensory, or physical disability, sexual orientation or gender identity, geographic location, or other characteristic historically linked to discrimination or exclusion.
- Liberating Structures offer alternative ways to approach and design how people work together.
- Dr. Camara Jones: Cliff of Good Health uses a cliff analogy to explain how and why everyone does not have the same opportunities to achieve good health.