Category: Health Equity

What is Public Health Innovation?

Public health innovation is the process of generating, adapting, spreading, and sustaining new knowledge, practices, tools, and interventions to improve the health of populations. Public health problems and challenges are constantly changing. To address these issues, public health practice must be dynamic and adaptable, and must be able to evolve with changing times. This is […]

What is Health Equity?

Health equity is the idea that all people should have the same level of access to the same quality of health care services. People who have worse health outcomes than others often face barriers to accessing health services, so improving health equity can mean reducing these barriers. For example, children who live in poorer neighborhoods […]