Roots of Health Inequity: A Web-Based Course for the Public Health Workforce

Organization that developed training: National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)

Description: Roots of Health Inequity is an online learning collaborative and web-based course designed for the public health workforce. The site offers a starting place for those who want to address systemic differences in health and wellness that are actionable, unfair, and unjust. Based on a social justice framework, the course is an introduction to ground public health practitioners in concepts and strategies for taking action in everyday practice.

Each unit provides an in-depth look at a specific topic using various types of learning modalities — interactive maps and timelines, slideshows, geographic story-telling, resource libraries, video presentations, and interviews with practitioners.

Year Launched: 2012

Recommended for: Public Health Foundation-defined Tier 1 Public Health Professionals

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