Tagged With "Implicit Bias"
Broadband Access as a Determinant of Health
"Now, more than ever, broadband Internet access (BIA) must be recognized as a social determinant of health. Disparities in access should be treated as a public health issue because they affect the health of people and communities where they live, learn, work and play. The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates that lack of BIA influences each of the six social determinant of health domains defined by the American Medical Association. It also affects an additional domain, which is particularly...
Broadband Internet Access is a Social Determinant of Health!
A recent article published in the American Journal of Public Health argued that in our new world order, lack of interent access affects the health of people and communities . More now than ever interent access is critical for routine health care access, economic stability, education, physical health and well-being, information and more. Three years ago the FCC was urged to consider BIA a social determinant of health. The pandemic has laid bare the limitations and inequities of the current...
Bias and Broccoli
As Extension professionals working with a variety of audiences it is crucial that we take a good, hard look at our broccoli. That's not a typo; read on to see what I'm talking about!
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