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A New Roadmap for Strengthening Health Decision Making

Over the past two decades, there has been an increasing recognition of the role that the social determinants of health (SDoH) – the conditions in which people live, play, learn, and work – play in shaping the health of individuals and populations. The past two decades have also seen an unprecedented expansion of digital ...

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Spotlight on Health Equity

As Summer draws to a close, the world has not seen equitable progress in ending the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Some countries, including the United States, are experiencing spikes in infections, largely stemming from new, highly infectious variants. Vaccination rates remain uneven around the world. World Health Organization Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has pleaded ...

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Rabin Martin Statement on Anti-Asian Hate

Hate and violence against Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities has sharply risen during the COVID-19 pandemic. This has to change – both as the pandemic persists and in our post-pandemic life. Violence should have no hiding place, as hate is hate. Rabin Martin stands in solidarity with the AAPI community to urge action ...

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“Will a Vaccine Save Us?” A Fireside Chat with Dr. Heidi Larson and Dr. Peter Piot

  “Society has been broken. Economies have been broken. Health has been broken well beyond COVID. Governments have the opportunity to address these very real needs, including survival…We can’t mess this up.” Dr. Heidi Larson, Director, Vaccine Confidence Project On Wednesday, September 30, Rabin Martin hosted a conversation with global health luminaries Dr. Heidi ...

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