Roundtable on the Promotion of Health Equity

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Type: Roundtable
Topics: Select Populations and Health Equity
Board: Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice

The mission of the Roundtable on the Promotion of Health Equity is to promote health equity and eliminate health disparities by

  1. Advancing the visibility and understanding of the inequities in health and health care among racial and ethnic populations
  2. Amplifying research, policy, and community-centered programs, and
  3. Catalyzing the emergence of new leaders, partners and stakeholders.

The Roundtable brings together key stakeholders to share ideas, exchange knowledge and insights, and create collaborative networks.

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In this section, you can view commissioned papers published by Roundtable members and consultants, Perspectives paper, and other relevant materials.

Commissioned papers were developed by an ad hoc activity associated with the Roundtable at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies). These commissioned papers do not necessarily represent the views of any one organization, the Roundtable, or the National Academies and has not been subjected to the review procedures of, or are they a report or product of, the National Academies.

Perspectives, published by the National Academy of Medicine (NAM), are individually authored by Roundtable and Forum members and outside experts in health and health care. The views expressed in these papers are those of the authors and not necessarily of the authors’ organizations, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM), or the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies). Perspectives are intended to help inform and stimulate discussion. They are not reports of the NAM or the National Academies. 

Please note that documents are organized from oldest to new, with the most recent publications at the bottom of each drop-down section. 

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