There are many resources on various websites to help you learn more about health equity (HE) and social determinants of health (SDoH) and form a plan to work with your patients. We’ve listed a few of them here for your convenience. Check back often as we will be adding more resources as they become available.
Earn Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credit
- American Medical Association (AMA): - Create a plan to address SDoH in your office through the course
- - Multiple HE courses to help physicians, health providers and health systems address root causes of inequities such as racism, white supremacy, and other structural determinants of health
- - Multiple HE courses related to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual and allies (LGBTQIA+) community
- - Multiple HE courses related to the LGBTQIA+ community
Learn More About Health Equity and SDoH
- Health Catalyst provides articles and resources to help your organization work toward health equity.
- The AAMC provides resources and trainings to assist institutions with achieving organizational goals around addressing unconscious biases.
Form a Plan to Address Health Equity and SDoH in Your Office
- Earn continuing medical education (CME) credit while creating a plan to address SDoH in your office through the American Medical Association (AMA) course
- The focuses on providing family physicians and their practice teams with education and resources to advocate for health equity, promote workforce diversity, and foster collaboration with community organizations to advance health equity.
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