Community Member and Stakeholder Perspectives on a Healthy Environment Initiative in North Carolina
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 12 — August 13, 2015
The figure depicts 2 circles, 1 circle on each side of the figure. One circle is labeled Access and the other Community Fit. Each of these circles has 3 boxes surrounding it with arrows pointing from the box to the circle. The 3 boxes pointed at Access are labeled Convenience, Cost, and Awareness; and the 3 boxes pointed at Community Fit are labeled Quality, Values, and Norms. Another box labeled Safety is between the 2 circles and has arrows pointing to both Access and Community Fit. Arrows from each circle labeled Access and Community Fit point to a large box beneath them, which is labeled Health Equity.
Figure. Conceptual model of health equity through contextual perceptions of community members and other stakeholders.
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