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  1. SACIM: Health Equity Social Justice Committee

  2. How you frame an issue • The questions you ask • Determines your analysis of the issue • Determines how you prioritize it • Determines your policy choices • Determines resource allocation • Can determine your allies and your enemies • Frame narrowly or frame inclusively (broadly) The Troutman Group

  3. Reframing • Health vs. Healthcare • Individual (Medical model) vs. Population Health • Market Justice vs. Social Justice • Rights vs. Privileges • Biological/Behavioral Determinants vs. Social Determinants • Creating Health Equity vs. eliminating Health Disparities The Troutman Group

  4. Health Equity • “Health equity is the realization by ALL people of the highest attainable level of health.  Achieving health equity requires valuing all individuals and populations equally, and entails focused and ongoing societal efforts to address avoidable inequalities by assuring the conditions for optimal health for all groups, particularly for those who have experienced historical or contemporary injustices or socioeconomic disadvantage.” The Troutman Group

  5. Health Inequities • Systemic, avoidable, unfair and unjust differences in health status and mortality rates and in the distribution of disease and illness across population groups. They are sustained over time and generations and beyond the control of individuals The Troutman Group

  6. Looking upstream, finding the causes of he causes.

  7. Social Determinants Socioeconomic Status WHO Early Life Social Exclusion Work Unemployment Social Support Addiction Food Transport The Social Gradient Stress • Occupation • Education • Income • Income gaps • Racism & discrimination • Housing • Political power The Troutman Group

  8. Health is a resource to attain education, economic security, access to goods and services, the social determinants. The social determinants are a resource to attain health.

  9. The role of residential segregation;“The metropolitan areas with the highest segregation levels have the most unequal geographies of opportunity”Delores Acevedo-Garcia et al The Troutman Group

  10. Opportunity Neighborhoods: What we all desire • Sustainable employment • High performing schools • Access to high quality healthcare • Adequate transportation • High quality childcare • Neighborhood safety • Institutions that facilitate civic engagement The Troutman Group

  11. The Troutman Group