CULTURE OF HEALTH LEADERSHIP

The National Collaborative for Health Equity and CommonHealth ACTION are proud to co-lead Culture of Health Leaders, a new national leadership development program preparing leaders from all sectors to promote health equity and build healthy communities.

INTRODUCING A NEW BRAND

COLLABORATIVES FOR HEALTH EQUITY

The National Collaborative for Health Equity is proud to partner with leaders around the country working to advance health equity. This initiative, formerly known as Place Matters, seeks to improve community conditions for health under a new brand identity: COLLABORATIVES FOR HEALTH EQUITY.

MEASURING CONDITIONS FOR HEALTH EQUITY IN AMERICA

The National Collaborative for Health Equity, working with partners at the Texas Health Institute and the Center on Society and Health at the Virginia Commonwealth University, is measuring conditions for health and equity.

CONNECTING HEALTH EQUITY CHAMPIONS

The Health Equity Leadership & Exchange Network (HELEN) provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information among health equity champions around the country.

EVERYONE DESERVES A CHANCE TO ACHIEVE THEIR BEST POSSIBLE HEALTH

National Collaborative for Health Equity - Working with people, partners, and a purpose

In our country, not everyone has a fair chance to achieve their best health.  In particular, many communities of color face one barrier after another to the opportunity for good health.  There are many reasons for this, including a lack of healthy food, safe playgrounds for children, and inviting places for citizens to work, learn, and study.

At the National Collaborative for Health Equity, we’re working to identify and address the social, economic, and environmental causes of racial and ethnic health inequities, and to build the kinds of leadership and partnerships necessary to improve conditions for health.

We work within and with our communities – recognizing and honoring their deep knowledge, power, and resiliency – to eliminate health inequities and the systems that produce them.

We’ll continue to work to reverse the damage resulting from racism and other destructive social hierarchies across a range of sectors and areas of life.  Our goal is to support and arm leaders with tools in their field to advance equity through programs and initiatives that build leadership, connect partners and sectors, and measure conditions for health.

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The National Collaborative for Health Equity works to advance health equity by measuring conditions for health, building leadership, and connecting partners and sectors to dismantle structures and systems that maintain status quo inequality.

NEWS & MEDIA

Research shows that Black children have higher postsurgical complication rates in national sample

Research shows that Black children have higher postsurgical complication rates in national sample

Articles | June 24 2016

Research at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia found that: "Black children who undergo urologic surgery are more likely than white children to have postsurgical complications and hospital-acquired infections 30 days after the surgery....

Impact Report: Boys and Young Men of Color

Impact Report: Boys and Young Men of Color

Articles, Reports | June 23 2016

In January/February 2015, the National Voices Project (NVP) conducted the Boys and Young Men of Color (BYMOC) survey, in partnership with the National Collaborative for Health Equity (NCHE). The survey was administered by GfK, an...

Impact Report – Bias in the Media: Girls & Young Women of Color

Impact Report – Bias in the Media: Girls & Young Women of Color

Articles, Reports | June 20 2016

In January/February 2015, the National Voices Project (NVP) conducted the Girls and Young Women of Color survey, in partnership with the National Collaborative for Health Equity (NCHE). The survey was administered by GfK, an international survey...

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TESTIMONIALS

“NCHE is at the forefront of the health equity movement – advancing the national conversation, bringing policymakers and stakeholders together, and developing innovative strategies to meet the needs of underserved communities. I look forward to our continued collaboration on these critical endeavors.”

Daniel E. Dawes, J.D.

“At at time when racial/ethnic and socioeconomic inequality is increasingly in the national headlines, the National Collaborative for Health Equity is building on more than a decade of related work with diverse community leaders across America.Together they are building support for interventions that help to identify and undo the health consequences of racism, the embedded belief in a hierarchy of human value. Their work continues to help communities and our nation heal.”

Dr. Gail C. Christopher, D.N. Vice President, Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation, W.K Kellogg Foundation

“Everyone deserves the opportunity to attain their highest level of health. The National Collaborative for Health Equity is leading us there by building a diverse team of change agents, who together can reduce health disparities and create the healthiest nation.”

Georges C. Benjamin, MD, Executive Director of APHA, American Public Health Association