The first major update to Dept. of Health and Human Services Section 504 in nearly 50 years will improve health care for people with disabilities.
The network will be a platform for communities disproportionately impacted by climate change to co-design solutions to climate-related health inequities.
Center staff and AAMC CHARGE members highlight the importance of achieving health equity for all communities.
The collection features five partnerships led by AAMC member institutions working in their communities to boost childhood vaccinations.
New coalition addresses health equity challenges through inclusive data collection.
In Civil Eats, AAMC Environmental Justice Fellow Anthony Nicome offers policy solutions to grow healthy, sustainable food systems in Black communities.
Celebrating all we've accomplished alongside the health equity leaders, advocates, and communities who are creating the vital conditions for everyone to thrive.
Multisector Partner Group member Gary C. Norman shares his perspective on working with AAMC CHARGE on the center's Health Justice Research Agenda.
The center's research will focus on three key areas to to inform policies and practices that address systemic inequities.
The letter expresses strong reservations about the NIMHD's decision to not designate people with disabilities as a health disparity population.