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and. Social Determinants of Health. Social Determinants of Equity. The Impacts of Racism on the Health of our Nation. Camara Phyllis Jones, MD, MPH, PhD Research Director on Social Determinants of Health and Equity Emerging Investigations and Analytic Methods Branch

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social determinants of health

and

Social Determinants of Health

Social Determinants of Equity

The Impacts of Racism on the Health of our Nation

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Camara Phyllis Jones, MD, MPH, PhD

Research Director on Social Determinants of Health and Equity

Emerging Investigations and Analytic Methods Branch

Division of Adult and Community Health

National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

Coordinating Center for Health Promotion

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author, and do not necessarily represent the policies of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Addressing the

social determinants of health

Primary prevention

Safety net programs and secondary prevention

Medical care and tertiary prevention

but how do disparities arise
But how do disparities arise?
  • Differences in the quality of care received within the health care system
  • Differences in access to health care, including preventive and curative services
  • Differences in life opportunities, exposures, and stresses that result in differences in underlying health status
through inequities
Through inequities

How do disparities arise?

through inequities1
Through inequities

How do disparities arise?

Exposures and opportunities

through inequities2
Through inequities

How do disparities arise?

Access to care

Exposures and opportunities

through inequities3
Through inequities

Quality

of care

How do disparities arise?

Access to care

Exposures and opportunities

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Differences in exposures and opportunities

Differences in access to care

Differences in quality of care

(ambulance slow or goes the wrong way)

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Addressing the

social determinants of equity:

Why are there differences

in resources

along the cliff face?

Why are there differences

in who is found

at different parts of the cliff?

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Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

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Social determinants of health (contexts)

Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

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Social determinants of health (contexts)

Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Determinants of health and illness that are outside of the individual

Beyond genetic predispositions

Beyond individual behaviors

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Social determinants of health (contexts)

Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Determinants of health and illness that are outside of the individual

Beyond genetic predispositions

Beyond individual behaviors

The contexts in which individual behaviors arise

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Social determinants of health (contexts)

Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Individual resources

Education, occupation, income, wealth

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Social determinants of health (contexts)

Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Individual resources

Education, occupation, income, wealth

Neighborhood resources

Housing, food choices, public safety, transportation, parks and recreation, political clout

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Social determinants of health (contexts)

Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Individual resources

Education, occupation, income, wealth

Neighborhood resources

Housing, food choices, public safety, transportation, parks and recreation, political clout

Hazards and toxic exposures

Pesticides, lead, reservoirs of infection

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Social determinants of health (contexts)

Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Individual resources

Education, occupation, income, wealth

Neighborhood resources

Housing, food choices, public safety, transportation, parks and recreation, political clout

Hazards and toxic exposures

Pesticides, lead, reservoirs of infection

Opportunity structures

Schools, jobs, justice

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Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Societal determinants of context

Social determinants of health (contexts)

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Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Determine the range of

observed contexts

Societal determinants of context

Social determinants of health (contexts)

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Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Determine the range of

observed contexts

Societal determinants of context

Social determinants of health (contexts)

Determine the distribution of different populations into those contexts

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Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Determine the range of

observed contexts

Include capitalism, racism, and other systems of power

Societal determinants of context

Social determinants of health (contexts)

Determine the distribution of different populations into those contexts

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Individual behaviors

Determinants of health

Determine the range of

observed contexts

Include capitalism, racism, and other systems of power

Societal determinants of context

Social determinants of health (contexts)

Determine the distribution of different populations into those contexts

The social determinants of equity

addressing the social determinants of health
Addressing the social determinants of health
  • Involves the medical care and public health systems, but clearly extends beyond these
  • Requires collaboration with multiple sectors outside of health, including education, housing, labor, justice, transportation, agriculture, and environment
addressing the social determinants of equity
Addressing the social determinants of equity
  • Involves monitoring for inequities in exposures and opportunities, as well as for disparities in outcomes
  • Involves examination of structures, policies, practices, norms, and values to answer, “How are these inequities being maintained?”
  • Requires intervention on societal structures and attention to systems of power
we need to do both
We need to do both
  • Address the social determinants of health, including poverty, in order to achieve large and sustained improvements in health outcomes
  • Address the social determinants of equity, including racism, in order to achieve social justice and eliminate health disparities
levels of racism
Levels of racism
  • Institutionalized
  • Personally-mediated
  • Internalized
institutionalized racism
Institutionalized racism
  • Differential access to the goods, services, and opportunities of society, by “race”
  • Examples
    • Housing, education, employment, income
    • Medical facilities
    • Clean environment
    • Information, resources, voice
  • Explains the association between SES and “race”
personally mediated racism
Personally-mediated racism
  • Differential assumptions about the abilities, motives, and intents of others, by “race”
  • Prejudice and discrimination
  • Examples
    • Police brutality
    • Physician disrespect
    • Shopkeeper vigilance
    • Waiter indifference
    • Teacher devaluation
internalized racism
Internalized racism
  • Acceptance by the stigmatized “races” of negative messages about our own abilities and intrinsic worth
  • Examples
    • Self-devaluation
    • White man’s ice is colder
    • Resignation, helplessness, hopelessness
  • Accepting limitations to our full humanity
levels of racism1

Levels of Racism:

A Gardener’s Tale

who is the gardener
Who is the gardener?
  • Power to decide
  • Power to act
  • Control of resources

Dangerous when

  • Allied with one group
  • Not concerned with equity
our tasks
Our tasks
  • Put racism on the agenda
    • Name racism as a force determining the distribution of other social determinants of health
    • Routinely monitor for differential exposures, opportunities, and outcomes by “race”
our tasks1
Our tasks
  • Ask, “How is racism operating here?”
    • Identify mechanisms in structures, policies, practices, and norms
    • Attend to both what exists and what is lacking
our tasks2
Our tasks
  • Organize and strategize to act
    • Join in grassroots organizing around the conditions of people’s lives
    • Identify the structural factors creating and perpetuating those conditions
    • Link with similar efforts across the country and around the world
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Camara Phyllis Jones, MD, MPH, PhD

4770 Buford Highway NE

Mailstop K-67

Atlanta, Georgia 30341

(770) 488-5268 phone

(770) 488-5965 fax

cdj9@cdc.gov