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Each Tuesday, to enhance awareness of emerging scientific knowledge, selected science clips will be posted here for the public health community. The focus is applied public health research and prevention science that has the capacity to improve health now.
This year, the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention's Office of Health Equity (OHE) is celebrating their 10th anniversary. To celebrate this occasion, OHE is hosting a one-day event on November 7th, themed: From Theory to Action, Applying the Social Determinants of Health to Public Health Practice. The event will feature Dr. Howard Koh, Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S Department of Health and Human Services, and Professor Sir Michael Marmot, former Chair of the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health and Director of the University College London Institute of Health Equity. To find out more about the 10th anniversary event, visit the OHE 10th Anniversary intranet page.
This special issue of Science Clips features a special Public Health Reports (PHR) supplement entitled Applying Social Determinants of Health to Public Health Practice. It focuses on the more comprehensive public health approach that considers social determinants of health (SDH) to help improve health, address health inequities and accelerate health impact. The articles featured in the supplement provide perspective on the application of SDH, and describe experiences integrating and implementing SDH into public health programs and research.
Drs. Hazel D. Dean and Kim M. Williams, both from CDC, are guest editors for this special supplement along with Dr. Kevin Fenton, formerly of CDC and now of Public Health England. Along with their guest editorial, Drs. Dean and Fenton give an overview on the progress made incorporating SDH approaches into CDC's HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB prevention programs in Integrating a Social Determinants of Health Practice: A Five Year Perspective of Actions Implemented by CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. Writing for this PHR supplement, Drs. Sadana and Blas from the World Health Organization examine What Can Public Health Programs Do to Improve Health Equity? The piece on Addressing the Social Determinant of Health through the Alameda County, California, Place Matters Policy Initiative is an outstanding case study on community engagement to address SDH.
This is the third and final supplement in a series of Public Health Reports Supplements on SDH published by NCHHSTP. The previous PHR supplements included Addressing Social Determinants of Health in the Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Infections and Tuberculosis, and Data Systems and Social Determinants of Health.
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- From theory to action: applying social determinants of health to public health practice
Dean HD, Williams KM, Fenton KA.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:1-4.
- Integrating a social determinants of health approach into public health practice: a five-year perspective of actions implemented by CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention
Dean HD, Fenton KA.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:5-11.
- What can public health programs do to improve health equity?
Sadana R, Blas E.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:12-20.
- School contexts as social determinants of child health: current practices and implications for future public health practice
Huang KY, Cheng S, Theise R.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:21-8.
- Identifying the Root Causes of Health Inequities: Reflections on the 2011 National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention Health Equity Symposium
Penman-Aguilar A, Harrison KM, Dean HD.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:29-32.
- Improving occupational safety and health among mexican immigrant workers: a binational collaboration
Flynn MA, Check P, Eggerth DE, Tonda J.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:33-8.
- Protecting labor rights: roles for public health
Bhatia R, Gaydos M, Yu K, Weintraub J.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:39-47.
- Addressing the social determinants of health through the Alameda County, California, Place Matters Policy Initiative
Schaff K, Desautels A, Flournoy R, Carson K, Drenick T, Fujii D, Lee A, et al.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:48-53.
- The role of effective partnerships in an Australian place-based intervention to reduce race-based discrimination
Ferdinand AS, Paradies Y, Kelaher MA.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:54-60.
- A community-academic partnership to address racial/ethnic health disparities through grant-making
Ramos MA, Fox A, Simon EP, Horowitz CR.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:61-7.
- Synthesizing evidence-based strategies and community-engaged research: a model to address social determinants of health
Hardy LJ, Bohan KD, Trotter RT.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:68-76.
- Using a health in all policies approach to address social determinants of sexually transmitted disease inequities in the context of community change and redevelopment
Avey H, Fuller E, Branscomb J, Cheung K, Reed PJ, Wong N, Henderson M, Williams S.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:77-86.
- Achieving a healthy zoning policy in baltimore: results of a health impact assessment of the transform Baltimore zoning code rewrite
Johnson Thornton RL, Greiner A, Fichtenberg CM, Feingold BJ, Ellen JM, Jennings JM.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:87-103.
- Geo-epidemiologic and molecular characterization to identify social, cultural, and economic factors where targeted tuberculosis control activities can reduce incidence in Maryland, 2004-2010
Prussing C, Castillo-Salgado C, Baruch N, Cronin WA.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Nov;128 Suppl 3:104-14.
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